A handmade violin case by T.A. Timms & Son is to be auctioned by Ingles & Hayday at Sotheby’s in London on 28 March, with all proceeds going to the Perlman Music Program.
In a crowded lecture at the General Society of Mechanics and Trandesmen's New York City library this week, violin maker Lukas Wronski explained the process of making a great violin.
Unlike most of the 31,000 Syrian refugees arriving to Canada over the last year, Sari Alesh, 31, did not bring a trade. Instead, among his few possessions, he brought his music.
Matt Haimovitz’s heart broke the moment his 307-year-old cello’s neck broke, but it could have been worse.
Joseph Feingold was walking through a German flea market with his brother in 1947 when he first laid eyes on it: A sleek, shiny violin. Then just 23-years-old, he knew he had to own it.
Worldwide Play-In Weekend 2017
Circling the Globe with Chamber Music
March 4 & 5, 2017
Clinton B. Ford's generous bequest to ACMP was the birth of the ACMP Foundation. Who was this man who loved music and stars?
In this YouTube keep your eye on the cellist who has to play the same 8 notes over and over again.
Lucy Miller Murray makes the case for amateurs and their mentors to consider contemporary music as part of their regular repertoire, but not leave Haydn behind.
Enjoy the YouTube video of The Salut Salon Quartett interacting on stage in unusual ways.
ACMP answers a member's question concerning available info about standardized guidelines for measure numbering.