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Directly from Cremona: A Month Since Our Musical Reunion at Mondomusica

It's been precisely one month since the curtains fell on this year's Mondomusica, and the melodies from Cremona still resonate in my mind. A decade's hiatus culminated in my return to a venue teeming with passion, artistry, and the shared love for music.

The echoes from stand #213 were particularly memorable. The opportunity to meet so many of you — seasoned musicians, enthusiastic learners, and everyone in between — was a heartening experience. Watching hands glide over the strings, eyes light up with recognition, and hearing the harmonies created using instruments crafted with care, was genuinely awe-inspiring.

I want to extend my sincerest gratitude to everyone who visited, shared their thoughts, or even just paused for a fleeting moment to appreciate the beauty of violinmaking. Each conversation, every piece of feedback, and the very act of connecting person-to-person in such an esteemed space, has been invigorating.

A month on, and Cremona’s magic still lingers. Mondomusica is not just an event; it's a testament to the timeless appeal of music and the craftspeople behind the instruments. It serves as a bridge connecting tradition with modernity, past legacies with current innovations.

As the post-event reflections continue, I warmly invite you to keep the dialogue going. Your insights, experiences, and stories keep the flame of this shared passion burning bright.

If you wish to continue our conversation or if there's anything specific you'd like to discuss, please do reach out.

Here's to the music, the memories, and many more encounters in the future!



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