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SAKURA Cello Quintet ‘Five of Five’ Premiere

SAKURA cello quintet, winners of the 2016 Tarisio Trust Young Artists Grants, have just premiered the first new work from their winning project ‘Five of Five’ at the Sedona Performing Arts Center. Through ‘Five of Five’, SAKURA is commissioning five young American composers to write new works to develop the limited repertoire for cello quintet. Sarah Rommel, Peter Myers, Yoshika […]

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London October 2016 Sales Results

London • October 2016 • Results

Many thanks to all consignors and bidders for a successful auction! £1,275,375 Total 275 bidders 73% sold “The London auction coincided with our Panormo exhibition and the two events together brought large crowds and a great atmosphere to the Westbury. The low Sterling also helped to generate new interest from America and Europe, and a higher […]

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New York • October 2016 • Results

$4,210,749 Total 80% Sold 386 Bidders “Energy and excitement are always at a fever pitch in the New York office in the days before an auction and this October was no exception. We were delighted to see so many new faces! Three of the instruments in this sale sold to benefit a charitable cause and this always adds […]

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Violins undergo neutron scanning

This week two violins by Amati and Testore met 21st-century technology when they became the first ever stringed instruments to be scanned by a neutron beam. The violins were supplied by Tarisio as part of the inauguration of a new scanning ‘instrument’, the IMAT, at the ISIS Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxford. IMAT is the first instrument at […]

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Attractively flamed maple and excellent quality spruce make this violin one of the best examples of early Bolognese violinmaking.

Giovanni Tononi, sold to benefit the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

The Tononi family is best known for the fine instruments made by Carlo Tononi in Venice but the greatest instruments of Giovanni and the early works of Carlo in Bologna are exceptional in their own right. Our understanding of the history of the Tononi family is neatly summarised by Roberto Regazzi in an article he […]

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