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1st Annual Contemporary Violin Makers Exhibition NYC!

September 7, 2011 at 4:20 AM

Reed Yeboah Fine Violins is pleased to present the upcoming Contemporary Violin Makers Exhibition featuring many of the world's finest violin makers.  The Exhibition will take place this October 1st - October 3rd at 1776 Broadway in New York City.  The space that will house the Exhibition is not only a spectacular penthouse venue featuring views of Central Park and Times Square, but also a very historic location that was in years past,  the studios of Fred Astaire and Billie Holiday!

Please check the following website that will provide updated information about each of the more than 35 makers that will be participating in the Exhibition:

We also have 2 Facebook pages that will be updated regularly before and during the Exhibition: and our Event page:

Please feel free to email us if you have any questions at .

Posted on September 12, 2011 at 12:26 AM

I will have one of my violas in the exhibition. It is quite a good oportunity to see instruments by very good contemporary makers, the list is really impressive!!!

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