No. 285, January 2019
No. 285, January 2019
No. 285, January 2019

No. 285, January 2019

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Special Focus: Lorenzo Storioni


Acts of Service

Violinist Vijay Gupta discusses the healing power of music and the mutual rewards of working with Street Symphony

By Roman Cho


L.A. Story

During its centennial season, the L.A. Phil has its eyes on the horizon

By Megan Westberg


Time After Time

A new chapter begins in the tumultuous life of the ‘Ames, Totenberg’ Stradivari

By Brian Wise



A Bridge to Cremona’s Past

The work of Lorenzo Storioni represented the connection between two generations of Cremonese makers

By Philip J. Kass


Storioni Style

Characteristics that generally define Storioni’s instruments

By Philip J. Kass


Market Watch

Storioni’s instruments have always been popular with players, which has supported their value over time

By Philip J. Kass


Editor’s Note


News & Notes

Esa-Pekka Salonen joins the Colburn School faculty; plus Milestones; 5 Minutes with . . . American String Quartet violinist Laurie Carney, and more


Letter from New Zealand

Cellist Miranda Wilson’s journey to her homeland


Shop Talk

Violin maker Andrew Carruthers on the heart and soul of violin making


What’s in the Case?

Cellist Pablo Ferrández on the 1696 ‘Lord Aylesford’ Strad


Tales of the Trade

The Despiau Chevalets company combines passion and skill


Your Instrument

A cautionary tale: Never put your faith in a label


New Products

Warchal releases new set of strings for violin


Rep Prep

Rediscovering the delights of Louise Farrenc’s Sonata for Piano and Cello, Op. 46


Stage & Studio

How to make a master class a positive experience for student and audience



For the Record: Cellist Robert deMaine on working through perfectionism and releasing his Haydn recording. On Record: Yo-Yo Ma revisits the Bach Suites for Solo Cello, and more.

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