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Lindsey Stirling and Pentatonix

Lindsey Sterling is a recent convert to Luis & Clark with a fantastic carbon-fiber violin. Her recent video on youtube is over 6 million hits! Take a look at what one superstar is doing with her instrument.

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Luis and Clark Featured in the Official Debut Video of 2014 Mazda6 Sedan

The Luis and Clark carbon fiber cello can be heard and seen in the latest Mazda6 sedan commercial. Check out the fantastic sounds of our cellos in the video below! 2014 Mazda 6 – The Art of Exhilaration | Defy Convention | Mazda Canada Runtime2:14 View count569,540

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From Mozart to Mars Concert, Oct. 1

Multi-talented composer Lisa Ralia Heffter bridges the worlds of classical, rock and theater composition to create a dazzling universe of musical beauty in “From Mozart to Mars,” on Mon., Oct. 1, 7pm. The concert, a highlight of the ninth season of Calhoun’s Performing Arts Series, features a distinguished cast of vocalists, musicians–including surprise guests from Broadway. Included […]

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The Strad Features Stjepan Hauser and Luka Sulic

Digital Masters UK-based duo 2Cellos tell Tim Woodall how the power of the internet took them from a single video upload to a six-album deal and stadium tour – Stjepan Hauser and Luka Sulic are featured in this month’s The Strad magazine with their signature (and now famous) Luis and Clark cellos. If you get […]

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The Cello Shredders – Wall Street Journal Jan. 13th, 2012

Less than a year ago, a pair of Croatian cellists posted a YouTube video showing off their shredding, percussive take on the Michael Jackson song “Smooth Criminal.” That almost immediately led to a multialbum deal with Sony Masterworks and a slot on an Elton John tour that continues through a two-month run in Las Vegas […]

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