Mondomusica NY once again confirmed itself as the largest and most effective marketplace for stringed instruments in the USA

The second annual Mondomusica New York was back in NYC from April 10th to 12th, hosting more than 100 violin makers from around the world in a unique setting allowing attendees not only to purchase instruments and accessories, but also to attend concerts, lectures, seminars and cultural events.
The positive feedback received from Mondomusica New York 2014 exhibitors confirm that our objectives were on target and well met:
"It's been very helpful to have collected new qualified business contacts; we hope that Mondomusica New York will continue growing even further."
(Grace Newman - Connolly Music)
"By the second day I had already sold instruments I still have to make."
(Edgar Russ)

"Here you can meet new people; it's one of the most influential promotional tools of Cremona brand in the world."
(Giorgio Grisales)

"This Exhibition is crucial to enter the U.S. market."
(Dmitry Badiarov)

"Mondomusica New York is also an important training opportunity thanks to its excellent program of events."
(Christophe Landon)

Exhibitors have confirmed successful business results for the American Exhibition due to the select group of visitors who were in attendance and came prepared to buy

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.

CremonaFiere donates 20 violins to Opus118 at Carnegie Hall

Mondomusica New York organized a concert at Carnegie Hall in cooperation with Pro Canale Foundation, and before the concert we donated 20 violins and a cello to Opus118- Harlem School of Music.
Founder, Roberta Guaspari, was in attendance to accept the donation.
Zankell Hall was packed for Pavel Berman and Alexander Romanovski and the concert was awesome!

Today, the third and final day of Mondomusica New York 2014

Today ends the second Mondomusica New York.
The program of the morning includes the seminar "Health and wellness for musicians" and the lecture "The Origins of the Violin".
In the afternoon, the violin donation and performance by the students of Opus118 will be the final special event.

Are you ready for the second day of Mondomusica New York?

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

Some pics from the opening day

The second Mondomusica New York opened its doors yesterday to a high qualified public, that has the great opportunity to get in touch with more than 100 exhibitors from around the world!

Mondomusica New York receives the support of the Lombardy Region

"Once again I am pleased to bring support, mine and of the Region of which I am honored to chair, to the second edition of Mondomusica New York."  The letter sent by the President of Lombardy Region Roberto Maroni to the President of CremonaFiere Antonio Piva points out that the Region of Lombardy is "favorable to these kemesse that represent a time of socialization and dissemination of knowledge and culture for the individual territories".
The congratulations of the President of the Region are in addition to compliments of New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio, of the Italian Ambassador in Washington Claudio Bisogniero and of major Italian institutions.

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