On Stage at Wigmore Hall

The instruments at Wigmore Hall Autumn 2017

Spotlighting the historic instruments played at the Wigmore Hall

On Stage at Wigmore Hall is a new series by Tarisio in partnership with the Wigmore Hall in London.

Tarisio’s Founder and Expert Jason Price will explore the violins, violas and cellos heard this season, bringing their makers, characteristics and history to life through unique content and leading expertise.

This season will focus on instruments by Stradivari, Guarneri ‘del Gesù’, G.B. Guadagnini, Goffriller and Montagnana, including: Daniel Müller-Schott’s Matteo Goffriller cello and why Venetian instruments are so favoured by soloists; Isabelle Faust’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Stradivari violin, which lay forgotten in a cupboard for 150 years; James Ehnes’s ‘Marsick’ Stradivari, which was made from the same wood as the ‘Titian’ and ‘Soil’ Stradivari violins; and Renaud Capuçon’s ‘Stern, ex-Panette’ Guarneri ‘del Gesù’, made in the year Stradivari died and played by Isaac Stern for many years.

Published in the Wigmore Hall concert programmes, Jason’s commentaries will appear alongside the artist’s biography. Here they are collated into a digital exhibition with additional images, provenance, interviews with musicians and links to the instruments in the Cozio archive.

Jennifer Pike, Matteo Goffriller 1708

Jennifer Pike and Jason Price discuss her Matteo Goffriller violin in a video interview, and Jason explores eighteenth-century Venetian music culture and the work Vivaldi created for violin makers.

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Jennifer Pike, Matteo Goffriller 1708

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