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Luis and Clark Violin on display at the Museum of Fine Arts’ new Linde Family Wing

Last month, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) opened the doors on the new 80,000 square foot Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art. Approximately 250 contemporary works are on display in the 7 galleries of the new wing, including one of Luis and Clark’s very own Carbon Fiber Violins. In fact, the the Luis […]

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VIDEO: Shauna Rolston and her carbon cello

By Trish Crawford Entertainment Reporter Article and video originally from He’s known as Carbon Baby and he’s the sturdy delight of cellist Shauna Rolston. The sleek, black, modern-looking cello is such an integral part of Rolston’s performances that composer Douglas Schmidt has recently written a special work for the cellist and her instrument titledThe […]

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Luis and Clark marks the sale of their 1,000th Instrument

Luis and Clark, The leading manufacturer of concert-grade carbon-fiber stringed instruments marks the sale of their 1,000th Instrument. Milton, MA, August 2, 2011- July 29, Luis and Clark, maker of the worldʼs finest carbon-fiber stringed instruments, celebrated their 1,000th sale. Seen everywhere from the 2009 Presidential Inauguration to the Discovery Channel, Luis and Clark Carbon […]

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2CELLOS Makes National TV Debut On The Ellen DeGeneres Show

NEW YORK, April 19, 2011 — Living in a small town in Croatia, 24-year-old music students, Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, are living a dream come true – and quickly! After posting a self-made music video of them performing Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” on their cellos, the longtime friends received more attention than they ever […]

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Mihai Marica won the 33rd International Music Competition

Playing a Luis and Clark carbon fiber cello, Rumanian cellist Mihai Marica won the 33rd International Music Competition in Viña del Mar in Chile, regarded as one of the most prestigious music competitions in the world. Marica, a protégée of Aldo Parisot, competed against cellists from a dozen different countries to win this celebrated prize.

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