THE N.1 EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD FOR HIGH QUALITY INSTRUMENTS

visit

18.158

Professionals and Players
(+6,5% vs 2017)
from 55 Countries

expo

320

Exhibitors
(+ 6% vs 2017)
from 30 Countries

world

52%

International exhibitors

event

+160

Events such as concerts, seminars, masterclasses, workshops, presentations and historical exhibitions

The last edition, confirmed that Cremona Musica is the most important global event for professionals in the world of violin makers and greatmusicHere, the home of the most famous family of violin makers of historyand home of the largest district violin making of the world, you can meet the right people to develop new business.

The results of the last edition

A unique programme with V.I.P.S.

Also this year Cremona Musica hosted very important people of the international music scenario including:

Maxim VengerovMarat BisengalievYulia Berinskaya, Rodrigo D’Erasmo and Brad Repp (the violinist with the pianists Aldo Gentileshi who form the Duo Baldo), I Musici di Parma, Galimathias and “Orchestra d’archi dell’Associazione musicale e culturale di Farra d’Isonzo”Francesco Fiore, Laura Gorna, Silvia Chiesa and Giovanni Bellucci

And also the book presentations with Syusy BladyDanilo Rossi, Mario Brunello and then Bruno Giuranna and Luca Sanzò for the ESTA congress presentation.

For the piano section: Filippo Gamba, Leonora Armellini, Fernanda Damiano, Sandro Ivo Bartoli, Irene Veneziano, Costantino CatenaBoris Berman, Alberto Nosè, Jura Margulis, Gile Bae, Gaia Sokoli, Massimiliano Genot, Luca Rasca, Axel Trolese, Mariangela Vacatello, Roberta Di MarioGeorge Vatchnadze, Louis Lortie, Alvaro Siviero, Vanessa Benelli Mosell, Vovka Ashkenazy e The Pianos Trio (Carlo Maria Griguoli, Alessandro Stella and Giorgia Tomassi).

The Acoustigc Guitar Village hosted Mirkoeilcane, Andrea Tarquini, Luigi “Grechi” De Gregori, Andrea Rivera,  Teresa Plantamura e Lorenzo Marianelli. 

And then, John Jorgenson, Clive Carroll e Micky Piperno, Bryan Galloup, Charles Fox and Hermann Hauser III.

For winds section: Milan Rericha, Nilo Caracristi, Adriana Ferreira, Jean-Claude Gérard, Francesco Loi and Raffaele Trevisani and the band contest with 12 among the best italian bands

L’Accordion Show started with exhibitions dedicated to instruments coming from the two main italian districts of this sector: Stradella and Castelfidardo. The porgram included presentations, masterclass and concerts with Gianluca Campi, Tiziano Chiapelli, Duo Encuentro, Alessandro Fortarel, Gaetano Galbato, Francesca Gallo, Walter Losi, Mauro Manicardi, Claudio Mattioli, Lorenzo Munari, Roberto Rossi, Riccardo Tesi and Luca Zanetti.

…and many others musicians!

More, the most qualified music journalists in the world took parte in the exhibition

Media lounge – an initiative that brought to the exhibition about 30 journalists among the most prestigious international media who follows the Show and report on their headlines:

– Serhan Bali (Andante)
– Kirsten Beasty  (The Strad)
– Edward Blakeman (BBC)
– Roman Berchenko (Radio Orpheus)
– Federico Capitoni (Repubblica) 
– Sandro Cappelletto (La Stampa) 
– Nicola Cattò (Musica) 
– Luca Ciammarughi (Musica/Radio Classica/Suonare News) 
– Paola Carruba (RAI)
– Giulio Cinelli, (Pianosolo.it)
– Geoffrey John Davis, The Violin Channel.
– Martin Hoffmeister (MDR Radio)
– Luca Iavarone (Fanpage.it)   
– Stuart Isacoff (Wall Street Journal, Musical America)
– Evgenia Krivitskaia (Music Life, Russia)
– Alexander Laskowski (Polish Radio)
– Christian Lloyd (The Strad)
– Massimo Lombardi (Venice Classic Radio) 
– Valentina Lo Surdo (Radio3, Suonare News) 
– Luca Lucibello (Archi Magazine) 
– Duilio Meucci, (Suonare News) 
– Filippo Michelangeli (Suonare News)   
– Paola Parri (Pianosolo.it)  
– Andreas Pehl (WDR Köln)
– Cecile Prakken (Brava TV) 
– Serena Roberti, (Hearst Magazine/Silhouette) 
– Justo Romero (Revista Scherzo)
– Gaetano Santangelo (Amadeus)
– Christian Salerno (Pianosolo.it)  
– Toru Sase, Sarasate Magazine (Giappone)
– Eric Schoones (Pianist Magazin,D/Pianist Magazine,NL)  
– Alessandro Tommasi (Amadeus online/Le Salon Musical)
– Robert Turnball (International Piano)
– David Warn  (pianostreet.com)

THIS MEDIA ATTENTION, HAS LED TO A PRESS REVIEW THAT COUNTS 1161 OUTPUTS OF 399 PUBLICATIONS, INCLUDING: