The Art of the Violin

Thursday, February 27

10:00am – 11:00am

Blanton Museum (Austin map)
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During this special presentation about the art of violin making, participants can learn about the crafting elements that go into creating the unique sound that distinguishes the world’s most coveted violins.

Presenter Charles R. Ervin, Ph.D. has specialized in every aspect of violin making, restoration, and sales of instruments and bows. He has enjoyed a 33-year career in this field, lecturing extensively on his discoveries pertaining to the origins and tonal superiority of the classical instruments and bows, which remain the most desired among soloists and collectors.

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Free admission to the Blanton Museum made possible by the Moody Foundation.

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