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Fall 2010

In This Issue:

Joseph Silverstein: A Modern Mentor
Joseph Silverstein, the internationally acclaimed violinist, conductor, recording artist, and teacher shares some thoughts on playing, teaching, and his experiences with Reuning & Son Violins.

Instrument Spotlight
Giovanni Battista Rogeri, Brescia, c.1690

Accent on Makers
Benjamin Ruth: Always Learning
Robert Morrow: The Beauty of Bow Making

Reuning and Research
Read about Christopher Reuning’s recent involvement in two historic violin exhibitions in Cremona, Italy.

 

 

Winter 2007-2008

In This Issue:

Half the Jupiter Quartet Meets Their Match
Read about the experiences of Meg Freivogel and Dan McDonough of the Jupiter String Quartet during their quests for the perfect instruments at Reuning & Son Violins.

Instrument Spotlight
Omobono Stradivari, Cremona, 1724, “Powell”

Accent on Makers
Matthew Wehling: Bow making chose me
The Twin Passions of Marilyn Wallin

Reuning and Research
Read about Christopher Reuning’s recent involvement in two historic violin exhibitions in featuring the works of Gio Paolo Maggini, and Andrea Amati.

 

 

Winter 2006-2007

In This Issue:

Hillary Hahn Follows Her Heart
Joseph Silverstein, the internationally acclaimed violinist, conductor, recording artist, and teacher shares some thoughts on playing, teaching, and his experiences with Reuning & Son Violins.

Instrument Spotlight
Peter Guarneri, Venice, c.1753, “Frankel”

Accent on Makers
Nathan Slobodkin: Deconstructing the Cello
Doriane Bodart: A Passion for Bows

Customer News
Read about several recent notable sales to well-known musicians made by Reuning & Son Violins.

 

 

Fall 2005

In This Issue:

Catching up with Jeff Thayer
San Diego Symphony’s concertmaster talks about life with “Sir Bagshawe”

Instrument Spotlight
Vincenzo Rugeri, Cremona, c.1700, “Baron Knoop”

Accent on Makers
Feng Jiang: It is an exciting time in the contemporary stringed instrument world.

Reuning Instrument Gallery
Read about the exceptional current offerings from the collection of Reuning & Son Violins.

 

 

Fall 2004

In This Issue:

An Interview with… Judith Ingolfsson
Judith Ingolfsson discusses her career, and the violin attributed to Lorenzo Guadagnini that she acquired from Reuning & Son Violins.

Instrument Spotlight
Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, c.1694, “Irish, Burgundy, Maaskoff”

Accent on Makers
Andrew Ryan: The Complete Violin Maker

The Matchmaker
Reuning & Son Violins sales consultant John Baldwin talks about finding the ideal instrument for each client.

 

 

Winter 2002-2003

In This Issue:

A conversation with Stefan Jackiw
Boston’s own Stefan Jackiw speaks about his career, and his collaboration with Reuning & Son Violins sales consultant Peter Jarvis in the search for his ideal concert violin.

Instrument Spotlight
Gaspare Lorenzini, c.1760

Accent on Makers
Meet Reuning & Son’s new bowmaker: Eric Lane

Il Marchio “The Trademark” – Cremona Violin Making Exhibition
Learn about this exciting exhibition of Cremonese instruments, hosted by Reuning & Son Violins.