A cello by Giuseppe Guarneri filius Andrea, c.1710-15 included in the Rare Instrument Exhibit featuring Duane Rosengard, Christopher Reuning & Philip Kass
2021 Virtual Convention
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That was incredible - 518 attendees, 25 presentations, and 20 vendors over 3 days! Thank you for participating and making a very special event with record attendance. This community dedicated to making, restoring, and preserving stringed musical instruments and their bows remains alive and well.
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The convention enjoyed the benefit of over 80 participants’ efforts, each of whom contributed something valuable to drive the content and learning you enjoyed. Their involvement was critical to the event’s success, and we acknowledge them here with gratitude on behalf of the organization:
Julian Cossmann Cooke
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Founded in 1973, the Violin Society of America is a non-profit organization created for the purpose of promoting the art and science of making, repairing and preserving stringed musical instruments and their bows. The Violin Society Of America reflects a broad range of interests and concerns of those interested in violins and the art of making instruments and bows of the violin family.