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Museo del Violino Antonio Stradivari based in Cremona, is dedicated to cremonese luthery of all time. At the same time it is a Museum, an Auditorium and a Research Centre about antique and modern luthery. It promotes the International "Triennale...more
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If you can get there by 11am, you must buy the tickets to the Violin concert. They have an array of amazing violinists who ‘exercise’ the Stradivari once a day. For the price of approx €10 you get a world class violin concerto for a...More
That is until we took the museum tour. We had been to Cremona before but never gone to the museum. We were with our children were teenagers and we were skeptical that they would enjoy the tour. You get headphones and an automated prerecorded tour...More
We came to Cremona specifically to see the Violin Museum and it was wonderful. I am a violinist so this olds particular interest for me, but I think most anyone would find it interesting. There's a wealth of information here on makers besides Stradivarius as...More
If you are in the city of Cremona, a visit to the Museo del Violino is a must, even if you are not particularly interested in music or violins. My husband and I are interested in both, and seeing the history of Cremonese violins in...More
Lovely museum. We enjoyed the headsets so we could hear how the different instruments sounded. The process of making a violin was throughly explained with computer simulations and some interactive displays aimed at children. I enjoyed them. Not being at all knowledgeable about classical music...More
A true immersion into musical and instrument history. There is no other museum quite like this one. Very restful and informative at the same time. We enjoyed watching videos of the young contest winners playing the Stradavarius instruments.
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Roberto D, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Museo del Violino, responded to this reviewResponded 14 August 2018
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