Mondomusica NY: the Finest American Exhibition for International Violin Making is Returning to New York April 28-30, 2016
We are pleased to announce that the third annual Mondomusica New York will be back in New York on April 28-30 2016! Mondomusica New York is looking forward to returning to NYC to promote the very finest in contemporary violin making to the US market.
This year Mondomusica New York gathered over 100 exhibitors from 14 countries and a highly selective audience in attendance.
The rich and extensive program of events (a record calendar with 90 events in 3 days) attracted a new audience of Italian and international potential buyers.
Over 300 artists and renowned representatives of the international music world took part in the exhibition with their performances and direct testimonies: from Nyman and Brendel to the artistic directors of some of the most important European orchestras (London Philarmonic, Bergen Philarmonic, European Festival Association, Piano City…)
The guitar makes a wonderful debut: an explosive “village” with 42 performances and seminars during three days of non-stop activities that brought to Cremona the six strings community.
Mondomusica confirms as the most International exhibition of the Italian trade fair system: 63% of exhibitors coming from abroad (28 represented countries).
New York, April 12, 2014 - Exhibitors unanimously indicated that the second edition of Mondomusica New York, which ended yesterday after three days of intense business activity, is the best tool to get in contact with new buyers from the world’s most important market.
There were over 100 exhibitors, 14 represented countries, 12 events and a highly selective audience in attendance.
On the second day of Mondomusica New York we will host Andrew Dipper's lecture "The Life and Times of Antonio Stradivari"; while an overview on the history and state of the art in strings will be presented by Thomas Zwieg and Th Laurits Larsen from Larsen Strings.
In the afternoon Collin Gallahue and Yung Ching will discuss "How to deal with the issues of transport equipment and musical instruments" with a panel of experts including John Bennett, Heather Noonan, Tim Van Norman, Leilani Sanchez, Tamesha Woulard, Ana Margina and John Varemis