The N.1 Exhibition in the world for high quality instruments:

  • visitors from 55 Countries
  • 302 exhibitors from 30 Countries
  • 52% of foreign exhibitors 
  • 181 events including concerts, seminars, masterclasses and presentations

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

Discover what's happened during last edition

THE MOST SIGNIFICANT RESULTS

A UNIQUE PROGRAMME WITH V.I.P.s

This year we hosted very important people including:

Ivry Gitlis, one of the greatest violinist in the world; Giovanni Sollima, a great musician and composer well recognized all over the world; Gilles Apap; the best teachers of Accademia di Santa Cecilia: Benedetto Lupo, Carlo Fabiano and Sonig Tchakerian; international pianists of the Piano Festival like: Itamar Golan, Natsuko Inue, Enrico Pompili, Ramin Bahrami, Enrico Pieranunzi, Inna Faliks, Maurizio Baglini, Alessandra Ammara, Danilo Rea, Ariadna Castellanos, Valentina Lisitsa, Paolo Alderighi e Stephanie Trick, Roberto Giordano, Ernesto Noce, Gloria D’Atri, Clara Murnig, Massimiliano Genot, Umberto Petrin. 

the big names of masterclass guitar making Jason Kostal, Richard Hoover, Steve Klein and for acoustic guitar teaching Micki Piperno, Eric Lugosh and Paolo Bonfanti

Woodwinds and brass artists who performed and hold many masterclasses: Matteo Evangelisti, Hyumin Yoon, Maarten Vonk, David Brutti, Gary Schoker, Corrado e Andrea Giuffredi, Jean Claude Gèrard, Alessandro Visintini, Marcio Pereira, Andrea Manco, Cho Sunghyun,

…and many others musicians!

 

More, the most qualified music journalists in the world took part in the Exhibition:

One of the 2017 news is the media lounge – an initiative that brought to the exhibition about 30 journalists among the most prestigious international media who followed the Show and will report on their headlines:

– Kirsten Beasty – The Strad (UK)
– Federico Capitoni, Repubblica (Italy)
– Sandro Cappelletto, La Stampa (Italy)
– Nicola Cattò – Musica (Italy)
– Luca Ciammarughi, Musica, Radio Classica (Italy)
– Giulio Cinelli – Pianosolo.it (Italy)
– Geoffrey John Davis – TheViolinChannel.com (UK)
– Carsten Dürer –
Piano News (Germany)
– Christoph Hiller –
BR-Klassik (Germany)
– Stuart Isacoff –
Wall Street Journal, Musical America (USA)
– Patrick Jovell –
 Pianostreet.com (Sweden)
– Andreas Kern, conceiver of the Media Lounge (Germany)
– Luca Iavarone – Fanpage (Italy)
– Massimo Lombardi – Venice Classic Radio (Italy)
– Christian Lloyd – The Strad (UK)
– Valentina Lo Surdo – RAI Radio3 (Italy)
– Juan Lucas, Revista Scherzo (Spain)
– Luca Lucibello – Archi Magazine (Italy)
– Filippo Michelangeli, Suonare News (Italy)
– Jeremy Nicholas – BBC, Gramophone (UK)
– Paola Parri, pianosolo.it (Italy)
– Cecile Prakken – Brava TV (Turkey)
Stingray Group (Netherlands – Canada)
– Christian Salerno – pianosolo.it (Italy)
– Gaetano Santangelo – Amadeus (Italy)
– Tohru Sase,
Sarasate (Japan)
– Eric Schoones –
Pianist and Luister (Netherlands)
– Alessandro Tommasi – Amadeus online (Italy)
– Matti Tuomisto – Rondo Classic (Finland)
– Erica Worth, Pianist Magazine (UK)

 

This media attention, has led to a press review that counts 765 outputs of 281 publications, including: