Would You Buy a “Made in China” Violin?
When Laura Brownell needed to find a violin quickly, she visited the Remenyi House of Music in Toronto and became enamored of a beautiful violin that, surprisingly, turned out to be made in China.
Laura presents an interesting discussion of the quality of current Chinese-made violins, and the threat Chinese makers pose to traditional European violin workshops. She interviewed Michael Remenyi, the owner of the Remenyi House of Music, to find out his concerns about these instruments and the factors that cause him to offer them in his shop.
Finally, Laura discusses the role that Chinese-made string instruments will play in the lives of professionals musicians.Read More
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