MUSIK SiehabeneineViolinegeerbtundmöchtenwissen,ob sie wertvoll ist? Der Amerikaner Jason Price führt den bedeu- tendsten Onlinehandel für Streichinstrumente. Nächste Woche kann man in Bern Violinen und Co. bei ihm schätzen lassen.
Eigentlich hat das Internet-Auktionshaus Tarisio, das auf Geigen, Celli und Bögen spezialisiert ist, seine beiden Firmensitze in New York und London. Seit ein paar Jahren geht es aber auch auf Tour und bietet kostenlose Termine an, bei denen man sein Instrument schätzen lassen kann. Gestern war Ortstermin in Mannheim, eine Gelegenheit für Martina Senghas, sich […]
Video of the day: a new interview with 94-year-old Ivry Gitlis
Gitlis looks back over a long career and remembers his times with Jascha Heifetz and Isaac Stern Produced to celebrate the 94th birthday of violinist Ivry Gitlis, the fascinating interview below (by Tarisio) explores his long life in music, his pivotal musical relationships with Jascha Heifetz and Isaac Stern, and his very special instrument, the […]
Bij vioolhandel is authenticiteit bepalend Veilinghuis Tarisio Tariso is gespecialiseerd in de internetveiling van (vrij) dure violen en celli. Hoe werkt die handel? Wat bepaalt de waarde? In de Orange Room van het Conservatorium Hotel aan de Van Baerlestraat wordt vandaag een tiental violen verwacht. Jason Price, directeur, oprichter en taxateur van internetveilinghuis Tarisio (anno […]
Streichinstrumente richtet sein Augenmerk mehr und mehr auf den deutschen Markt. Benannt wurde das Unternehmen nach dem italienischen Sammler und Händler Luigi Tarisio (um 1790 – 1854), der zu seinen Lebzeiten eine Vielzahl von kostbaren Violinen zusammentrug. In seiner Sammlung befand sich eine makellose, ungespielte Stradivari-Geige von 1716, von der er seinen französischen Kollegen stets […]
Es sind teure Kunstwerke, mit denen das Auktionshaus Tarisio gleichsam um die Welt reist. Nun hat das in London und New York domizilierte Haus Halt in der Gare du Nord gemacht. Um Interessierten, Musikerinnen und Musikern sowie Händlern aus Basel ihre wertvollen Instrumente vorzustellen. Die Kostbarkeiten liegen schön geordnet auf tischen. Der halbrunde Jahrhundertwendesaal im […]
Instrument auction house Tarisio has launched a new ‘Buy Now’ feature. The option allows online buyers to purchase items instantly at a fixed price in advance of the bidding process. The new functionality will be used in sale at Tarisio’s October auction in London. In 2013 Tarisio introduced ‘First in, Last out’ (FILO) allowing the […]
Die alte Frau mit der Stradivari auf dem Estrich gibt es nicht mehr
Jason Price und seine New Yorker Firma Tarisio versteigern online historische Geigen. Vorher präsentiert man die Instrumente in Ausstellungen – am Donnerstag erstmals auch in Zürich. Eine wertvolle, hoch versicherte Fracht landet heute im Flughafen Zürich: zehn Violinen von Stradivari, Landolfi, Gagliano, Pressenda und anderen. Morgen werden sie im Zunfthaus zur Saffran zu sehen sein. […]
Urban Gardner: Tarisio Fine Instruments & Bows Is a Testament to Timelessness
The majesty of New York City is that you can stumble across amazing stuff, even when you’re just trying to find the men’s room. That’s what happened a few weeks back when I visited Nola Rehearsal Studio on West 54th Street to watch a rehearsal of the Timeless Torches, Madison Square Garden’s middle-aged cheerleading squad. […]
Violin once played by Kathleen Szabo’s husband George is determined by Tarisio appraiser to be worth up to $100,000, but that just makes Kathleen’s decision harder. Jason Price turns the 275-year-old violin over in his hands, cradling the aged wood, running his expert eye along its varnished surface. “Fantastic,” he says. “Fantastic. That’s really a […]
New owners of violin stolen at a station cafe three years ago are said to be a British musical festival led by an English violinist A 317-year-old Stradivarius stolen from the side of an internationally acclaimed violinist in a station cafe three years ago has been sold at auction for £1.385m including the buyer’s premium. […]
The stolen Stradivarius violin that was taken from Euston station in 2010 has sold for £1.38million at auction. It belonged to London-based violinist Min-Jin Kim. The instrument was recovered three years later by police in the Midlands. Made in Cremona in Italy in 1696 by Antonio Stradivarius, it is one of an estimated 600 remaining […]
Durante los últimos días han aparecido en los medios de prensa diversas informaciones acerca de compras y ventas de violines. En primer lugar el pasado 19 de octubre se vendió por 1 millón de euros (triplicando su precio de salida) el llamado “violín del Titanic”, perteneciente a Wallace Hartley -el director de la orquesta del […]
A £1.2 million violin stolen from Euston Station in 2010 will be auctioned on 18 December 2013. The thieves struck at a Pret a Manger café outside Euston station on 29 November 2010 as violinist Min-Jin Kym stopped to get something to eat. After three years of chasing leads, police found the instrument, undamaged, in the […]
This Famous Stolen Violin Could Fetch $3.2 Million At Auction
A violin that thieves tried to offload for £100 ($160) may end up selling for £2 million ($3.2 million), reports the Guardian. The 317-year-old instrument spurred a three-year police hunt that spanned international borders, ending with its recovery from a property in central England this year. Reports highlighted the guilt felt by the violin’s owner, the British prodigy Min-Jin Kym, […]
MUSIC has been Jason Price’s life. A violinist’s apprentice at 14, he bought his first cello a year later and spent his days in the music shops of his home town of Alexandria, a few miles south of Washington, the American capital. “Music was an instinct, something I had to do,” said Price. “I knew […]
Un Stradivarius ofrecido por ladrones en 160 dólares puede superar los 3 millones en una subasta
LONDRES (Uypress) — Un violín Stradivarius fabricado en el año 1696 que fuera robado en una estación de tren de Londres en 2010 y recuperado este año, irá a remate, donde se estima que pueda superar los tres millones de dólares. El instrumento en cuestión pertenecía a la mundialmente famosa violinista Min-Jin Kym, nacida en […]
Violinist Min-Jin Kym to sell stolen Stradivarius at auction
Tarisio will auction the instrument, which was famously stolen at London’s Euston Station, on December 18 this year Violinist Min-Jin Kym is selling her £1.2m Stradivarius, which was famously stolen at a Pret a Manger café at London’s Euston Station in November 2010, and returned to her earlier this year following a three-year police investigation across Europe. […]
Violin thief tried to sell for £100 could fetch £2 million
A 300-year-old Stradivarius violin, which was stolen at Euston Station in 2010, when its owner went for a sandwich, could go for more than £2 million when it is sold at auction next month. The instrument was snatched by thieves from musician Min-Jin Kym, and eventually found intact in the Midlands, with some very minor […]
Stradivarius violin which thieves tried to flog for £100 set to fetch £2m at auction
A Stradivarius violin stolen by thieves who tried to sell it for £100 could make more than £2 million when it is sold at auction next month. The instrument was snatched at a cafe at Euston station three years ago from acclaimed London-based musician Min-Jin Kym, who had played it since she was a teenager. […]
Online Auction House Tarisio Buys the Cozio Internet Instrument Site
The largest online archive of data on stringed instruments has been bought by an auction house planning a major website overhaul that may include removing ownership information. Tarisio, the online auction house that conducted last year’s record-setting $15.9 million online charity auction of the 1721 “Lady Blunt” Stradivari violin, purchased cozio.com in September for an […]
Antonio Stradivari left few traces when he died rich and respected in 1737. Even his birth date is guesswork. But what mattered most was already clear to contemporaries. Stradivari’s violins were so good that fake Strads soon began appearing on the market. On April 26, Tarisio, a young New York firm, will put the 1705 […]
The Million Dollar Guadagnini: Lorin Maazel’s 1783 Guadagnini Violin sold at Auction for charity
It’s not a Strad, but maestro Lorin Maazel will have you know that his 1783 Guadagnini is second to none. “The violin is one of the spectacular examples of Guadagnini’s expertise,” Maazel says. “Everyone loves his instruments. Strad is much more known, but the truth of the matter is that there are Guads that are equal or in some […]
Stradivarius: still priceless after all these years
As a 290-year-old violin is auctioned for millions, Andy McSmith celebrates the most famous brand in musical instrument-making One of the most valuable objects ever constructed out of spruce wood and sheep gut set off a concerto of mouse clicks yesterday as bidders around the world competed in an internet auction for what is known as […]
Stradivarius to be sold to raise money for Japan quake
An exceptionally well-preserved Stradivarius violin, the Lady Blunt, which fetched $10m at its last sale in 2008, is to be auctioned for charity. The 1721 violin is being sold by the Nippon Music Foundation, with the entire proceeds going to their Northeastern Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund. The Lady Blunt set a record price […]
A $10 Million Fiddle? Stradivarius Takes Another Bow at Auction
In the world of violins, the Lady Blunt is royalty. Built in 1721 by Antonio Stradivari, the well-preserved violin sold for a record-breaking sum at auction in 1971. Now, it’s poised to repeat that feat. This week, the Nippon Music Foundation in Tokyo announced it will auction the instrument on June 20, with all proceeds […]
Stradivari Violin Sells for $3.6m – Beating Auction Record
The “Molitor” Stradivari was thought to have been owned by Napoleon A Stradivari violin known as the “Molitor”, thought originally to belong to Napoleon Bonaparte, has sold on-line for a record $3.6 million. The previous world record for a musical instrument at auction was held by Christie’s, who sold the “Hammer” Stradivari at their New […]
In His Hands, Antique Violins Reveal Their Past and Their Value
The Japanese factory owner bows as he presents his business card to the violin whisperer. The violin whisperer bows as he presents his business card to the Japanese factory owner. That formality aside, the Japanese factory owner opens the case that rests on the polished conference table between them. “Oooh, this looks good,” says Jason […]
Tarisio, the New York-based violin auctioneer, held its first auction ten years ago this month — the first preview was held in a Boston pub. With multi-city previews and the actual bidding conducted later online, the specialist auction house nimbly took advantage of the best aspects of the brick-and-mortar approach and the new online format to […]
A new business model for old violins helps connect owners and musicians. Outside the Doris Duke Center in the Sarah P. Duke Gardens, on a perfect spring night toward the end of the semester, well-dressed young people stroll on the patio and in the surrounding garden, drinking white wine and mingling, a stray goose strutting […]
It was a remarkable cello, with an equally remarkable pedigree, and by all accounts it was primed to draw a record price as serious bidding began Friday morning on the Web site of Tarisio (tarisio.com), auctioneers of fine stringed instruments and bows. Sure enough, the cello, made in 1717 by Antonio Stradivari and named after […]
MADE BY STRADIVARI, PLAYED BY 007 SISTER: THE CELLO SET TO BREAK HEARTS AND RECORDS
The Fleming is named after Amaryllis Fleming, the half-sister of 007 author Ian Fleming. It is insured for £1.4 million A cello made by Antonio Stradivari and once owned by one of Britain’s best musicians is to be sold at an online auction next month – the first time such a rare, valuable instrument has […]
The American auction house Tarisio Auctions appraised violins, cellos and bows this weekend in Amsterdam for free. Dozens of people attended. Roland Muller from Bussum comes in with two violins under his arm. He wants to have them evaluated by Jason Price, one of the founders of Tarisio. He takes a violin from the seventies […]
RARE CELLO EXPECTED TO SET WORLD RECORD AT AUCTION
A rare Stradivarius cello is expected to set a world record when it goes to auction this fall. The cello, which was owned for decades by the British cellist Amaryllis Fleming, is being sold by the online instrument auction house Tarisio and carries an estimate of $1.75 million to $2.3 million. Made in 1717, the […]
A cello bow by Francois Xavier Tourte has made nearly $200,000 in an on-line musical instruments auction. It was bought by a well-known European cellist who has chosen to remain anonymous. The bow, made between 1800 and 1810 by the maker most credited with refining the bow into the form it holds today, realised $196,000 […]
Tarisio Auctioneers has just hired Naomi Sadler, editor of The Strad, to open a London office. Initially, Sadler says, she’ll be helping to publicize Tarisio’s expansion into Europe, traveling to trades shows, making the right contacts. “Tarisio has an extremely good profile in North America,” she says. “I’ll be making sure the rest of the […]
When Jason Price told his parents that he wanted to take a year off from Williams College to make violins in northern Italy, they were “kind of shocked,” he says. A great school such as Williams would plant him firmly on a traditional path to success. Why would he want to derail himself? But sometimes […]
Tarisio’s much-anticipated sale of the Isaac Stern Collection and other important violins and bows in May  more than lived up to its hype, setting a number of records as it became the second highest grossing violin auction of all time at more than $3.3 million.
Music hit the high notes, too, with Tarisio Auctions achieving at its May online sale the highest auction price ever for an early period Stradivarius violin. That was $949,500 for the concert violin used by Jan Kubelik, the late conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, for much of his career. Records also were set in […]
The economics of classical music may be in the pits, but auction prices of composers’ manuscripts and rare violins are soaring upward like those of Monets or Van Goghs .. Earlier this month an online sale by Tarisio Auctions of several rare violins became the second-highest-grossing violin auction ever, bringing in $3.3 million. Among those […]
When Jason Price, a partner at New York-based Tarisio Auctions, which specializes in fine and rare stringed instruments, received a call from somebody in Italy recently, he was startled to learn that a photograph of a Montanari violin from the company’s archive had turned up on eBay. It appeared that a fraudster had downloaded the […]
Four year-old Tarisio recorded sales of $4m last year – about a third of the global market – which [Tarisio partner] Mr. Price attributes to specialist expertise and charging lower commissions than Sotheby’s or Christie’s. The company’s success also shows that online auctions are an increasingly viable way to sell globally, even for expensive items.
Jason studied the cello from an early age and became interested in violin making and restoration while searching for his first serious cello. At the age of 18, he enrolled at Cremona’s school of violin making, but lasted just two weeks there before deciding to study with Renato Scrollavezza in Parma. After living and working in Cremona and Parma for three years and completing nine and a half violins he returned to the US, where he took up a degree in English Literature at Williams College in Massachusetts.
It was towards the end of Jason’s degree course that the idea of starting Tarisio was born, and the company was launched in 1999. In recent years Jason has concentrated on broadening the reach of Tarisio with several initiatives including expanding the London office and concentrating on higher end instruments through discrete private sales.
Jason is the primary expert for Tarisio’s attributions and believes that a conservative and transparent approach to expertise is the way of the future.
Jason spends most of his time in London but spends one week a month in New York. As an avid photographer and technology enthusiast Jason enjoys Tarisio’s unique fusion of 18th-century instruments and 21st-century technology and wonders what yesteryear giants like Strad, Vuillaume, and the Hills would say of Tarisio’s new approach to violin sales and expertise.
Carlos Tome oversees all private sales of Tarisio’s New York and London offices. His specialty lies with providing a personalized approach in matching each client to his or her ideal instrument. In addition to private sales, Carlos has played a major role in the critical success of recent auction sales, many of which set world records. In 2015, he became partner at Tarisio.
A native of Madrid, Carlos moved to New York City fourteen years ago and has since worked at several prestigious arts management firms. Having graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Music as a violinist, he possesses a unique and first-hand knowledge of the particular concerns that performers have when searching for instruments. He prioritizes the delivery of a customized experience to each client and understands that every interaction requires a personalized approach.
Carlos loves the diversity of the clientele he works with, whether they be high-profile artists, students, or collectors. He has always been passionate about fine string instruments and bows and enjoys sharing the knowledge and expertise he has garnered while working in the field. He currently serves on Board of Directors of Young Concert Artists and the Polyphony Foundation.
Specialist & Auction Manager
Specialist & Auction Manager
Born on the French riviera in the port city of Toulon, Marie spent most of her childhood on her family’s sailing boat before moving to Paris. Having started the violin at age 5, she has ever since been an active musician in orchestras and chamber ensembles.
After graduating with degrees in Physics and Musicology from La Sorbonne, she moved to New York and began working at Tarisio in 2010. A strong curiosity in the history of violinmaking, along with handling over a thousand instruments and bows a year, led her to take on the role of specialist.
Having been accredited by the Appraisers Association of America, Marie has now returned to Europe to be the Auction Manager in the London office.
Sales Manager London
Sales Manager London
Matthew Huber joins Tarisio’s sales team having developed an interest in fine instruments from a young age. As an active soloist and chamber musician he has studied the cello with many of the world’s most respected teachers and pedagogues in Europe and America. He is certain that his discerning musical ear and knowledge of fine instruments makes him a valuable asset to the firm. Matthew welcomes the challenge of pairing a player with his or her dream instrument, as well as promoting the internet auction as an honest, transparent and expanding platform throughout Europe. He looks forward to welcoming you to the London office.
Head of Cozio
Head of Cozio
Naomi set up Tarisio’s London office in 2007 and managed it until 2012. She now runs the Cozio archive of instruments and bows and is overseeing a major Cozio restructure, including a new section of features on the string world. Formerly editor of The Strad magazine, Naomi has written as a freelance music journalist for magazines including Gramophone and Classic FM, reported on string events around the world and adjudicated various music competitions.
Communications & Creative Producer
Communications & Creative Producer
Tania runs Tarisio’s press, marketing and print communications, as well as producing creative content and forging partnerships. Having played the piano and violin from a young age, Tania studied music at the University of Oxford, specialising in music history, philosophy and analysis. She established and conducted a concert series at Oxford’s Holywell Music Room and also blogs on classical music. With a background in classical music public relations, digital media and production, Tania enjoys combining all disciplines in her work with Tarisio.
As the Property Manager for Tarisio’s London office, Renée prepares the instruments and bows for auction and assists both bidders and consignors with their enquiries.
Renée grew up in Maastricht, The Netherlands. As the daughter of a goldsmith and a watch maker, she was always interested in practising a craft herself. After playing the violin from a young age, she developed a new passion in the instrument itself, which led to enrolling at the Cremona International Violin Making School, from where she graduated in the summer of 2014.
Asia Sales Associate
Asia Sales Associate
Kevin Lin currently holds a position as Co-Leader of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and maintains an active performance career as a violinist. As a graduate of The Colburn School and the Curtis Institute of Music, Kevin’s interest in instruments stemmed from being surrounded by fine instruments throughout his time studying and performing. Kevin observed first-hand how the discovery of the perfect instrument can have a profound effect on a player, and his keen ear and knowledge of instruments can help others achieve the same.
Kevin is part of Tarisio’s sales team and facilitates with sales in Asia. In addition to English, Kevin is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
Daniel Lane produces all the catalog photography for Tarisio’s London office. He has been a professional photographer since 1999 and holds a BA in Photography and a Masters with Distinction. His work as a documentary photographer has led him to shoot photostories in many different countries, from hospitals in Madagascar to gold miners in Laos to ultimately win the London Fringe Photography Award in 2009. Daniel also enjoys working in the studio for Tarisio and other clients including Valentino, Patrick Cox and Boots to name a few.
Jonathan carries out tonal adjustments, setups and more extensive restoration work for Tarisio’s London office. Having studied violin making and restoration at Merton College, Jonathan was offered an apprenticeship with J. P. Guivier, after which he worked in the main workshop for 13 years. In that time he established his own business as Luthier in Residence for Trinity College, where he has carried out work for professional players and dealers alike. He has maintained his interest in modern making and has been fortunate to work alongside many respected contemporary makers.
Head of New York Operations
Head of New York Operations
Emily Orr supervises the post-auction process for Tarisio’s clientele. In addition to her diverse background in restaurant ownership and film & theater production, she holds a Master’s in Anthropology from CUNY-Hunter College and is currently working on a Certificate from CUNY-Baruch College in Advanced Accounting and Forensic Accounting.
Born in Germany to a musical family, Ben began playing the cello at 9 years old, following in his grandmother’s footsteps. This love of music has carried him throughout his studies in Germany and Italy, and then, at their completion, he left for England to study at the world-renowned Newark School of Violin Making. There, he received diplomas in Instrument Making and Restoration. Additionally, while in England, he chaired the Trent Chamber Academy Orchestra, was invited to serve on the management committee of the British Violin Making Association, and worked as photography assistant to the world-famous instrument photographer, Jan Röhrmann.
His passion for the world of rare and fine instruments led him to move to New York City to work in a well-known violin workshop as a restorer. From there, he has joined Tarisio as their Specialist and continues to build his own instruments at his home workshop.
Communications & Project Manager
Communications & Project Manager
Nicole Arena-Davies runs Tarisio’s social media, produces its digital marketing and manages special events in New York.
Nicole is a native New Yorker who was first introduced to the world of classical music at home, listening to her older sister practice piano. After persistently asking her parents for violin lessons, to which they eventually agreed, she made her first visit to a fine stringed instrument shop. This was an experience that would spark a love for stringed instruments and leave a lasting impression. Nicole continued with both piano and violin studies which ultimately led her to attend Berklee College of Music where she had the opportunity to explore various styles and genres of music. One of the things Nicole enjoys most about her role at Tarisio is meeting inspiring musicians and building relationships with them.
Head of T2 Auctions
Head of T2 Auctions
Florence grew up in London and, after a brief introduction to the violin as a child, chose instead to play the viola. This naturally led her to study for a degree in Music at the University of York where she was also involved in introducing a Jazz music night for students in the city. She is a keen conservationist and has volunteered in a number of different environmental awareness campaigns around the world. After four years in Tarisio’s London office she moved in November 2016 to New York to lead T2 Auctions.
Head of Photography
Head of Photography
Robert Bailey manages the New York and London photography studio operations and is also responsible for maintaining Tarisio’s extensive digital archive. He has photographed thousands of instruments and bows since joining Tarisio in 2010, most famously the ‘Lady Blunt’ Stradivari sold in 2011, and has fine-tuned the techniques necessary to create the highest quality images.
Robert studied photography at Ohio University and went on to work as a commercial photographer for clients including United Airlines, Nike and the United Nations. His images have been published in the New York Times as well as being featured on The Today Show, The Discovery Channel and NBC’s Nightly News. He also served as an adjunct professor at Ohio Northern University and has lectured at the School of Visual Arts, Rochester Institute of Technology and The International Center of Photography.
Luthier Christo Wood joined Tarisio’s New York office in 2014, where he works on adjustment, setup, repair and restoration. After receiving a degree in biology from Vassar College, he studied violin making at the North Bennet Street School in Boston. He was employed in the workshops of Reuning & Son and Carriage House Violins from 2005–10 before setting up as an independent maker. Christo continues to make new instruments in addition to his work at Tarisio.
Michael bought his first violin in a southeast Asian market for one hundred dollars, and this purchase forever changed the trajectory of his life. The fiddle took him to India, where he studied Hindustani classical violin for several years. While there, and after many hours of contemplating the subtlety of the instrument, the notion of creating his own violin overtook him. After graduating from the Chicago School of Violin Making, he was employed in the workshop of Carl Becker and Son.
In the winter of 2016 Michael left Chicago and currently works for Tarisio as a luthier and as property assistant. He has a degree in Psychology from The University of Wyoming, his home state, and he still owns his hundred dollar violin.
Ellie joined Tarisio in early 2017 and works as the receptionist in their New York office. Growing up in New England, she was heavily involved in the performing arts and played the cello for many years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Directing from the Pace University School of Performing Arts and, in her spare time, produces a monthly play reading series in New York City.
Property Assistant and Shipper
Property Assistant and Shipper
After studying fine arts and achieving his BFA from the University of Colorado, Kevin worked in the Exhibits Department of the Denver Botanic Garden as an Exhibits Technician and Art Handler/Installer. Having lived in Colorado for over 12 years, Kevin had decided in the summer of 2017to relocate to New York City, where he is now Property Assistant and Shipper at Tarisio New York.
Restoration and Adjustments
Restoration and Adjustments
Stefan Valcuha undertakes high-level restorations and maintenance of fine Italian instruments. He trained in Mirecourt and developed further restoration skills working for Jean-Christoph Graff. He moved to the USA in 1997 to join René Morel’s workshop, where he spent ten years. Stefan also makes his own instruments.
Robert Lund created a new website for Tarisio in 2008, and is responsible for all of its complex operations, including a separate in-house website where staff members maintain the ever-growing database of instruments, customers, and online financial transactions. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from The Cooper Union and a Master’s from Stanford University, he worked on Picturephone at Bell Labs for five years, and then designed computer software and hardware in the broadcast television industry for many years. Tarisio represents the culmination of his work designing websites for the past ten years.
A musician since his youth, Robert has built his own harpsichord, served as a church organist and choirmaster, and played keyboards in various bands throughout his life. He enjoys the overlap between his two life interests afforded by the Tarisio project.