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Musical Happening at Avant Gardner – review of A Far Cry

Boston Musical Intelligencer a virtual journal and blog of the classical music scene in Boston - Robert Levin, advisor; Bettina A. Norton, emerita editor; Lee Eiseman, publisher in: Reviews April 5, 2013 Musical Happening at Avant Gardner - an excerpt from a review of a concert by A Far Cry, Boston’s exciting self-conducted chamber orchestra  by Cashman Kerr [...]

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OneRepublic Uses Luis and Clark Cello on Today Show

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LUIS AND CLARK CARBON FIBER VIOLIN, $5000, tux, $500, blindfold, $5, music director with a sense of humor, PRICELESS!

hi luis…got your message. i’m sorry but we have a double that day and i won’t be able to get away for your recital.  turns out i do have a picture for you.  (see attached) this was taken during a TOSCA performance at lyric.  the firing squad has a brush-up rehearsal during the 2nd intermission. [...]

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Josephine van Lier selects the Luis and Clark Cello

LUIS AND CLARK Carbon Fibre Cello Alberta String Association Newsletter Summer 2006 Josephine van Lier For quite some time, I wanted to purchase a cello that I could safely use for teaching; my 1870 Mirecourt cello suffered quite seriously from being picked up and put down a thousand times a day, not to mention being [...]

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Carbon-Fiber Cellos No Longer Playing Second-Fiddle to Wooden Instruments

February 25, 2009

 – Scientific American Historically, carbon-fiber composites have beefed up airplane and space shuttle wings

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