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Posted @ 9/23/2012 9:30 AM By James Robinson
It’s often said that moving house is one of the 5 most stressful events a person can experiences; and we all do it. Well, I’ve ‘bitten the bullet’ and done it again. It’s been a big move, from Adelaide to Sydney (Chatswood), ...
Posted @ 9/23/2012 9:00 AM By James Robinson
Now living in southern Australia, Jim Robinson has been a maker and restorer of bowed instruments for four decades. In this article he shares his knowledge about the violin market, and his expertise, hopefully demystifying the purchase process for o...
Posted @ 9/22/2012 10:00 AM By James Robinson
Adele Beardsmore is an English violin maker and repairer now working in the Blue Mountains, near Sydney, Australia. Adele graduated from the Newark School of Violin Making in 1987 and was awarded the Ralph Oakden Cup for outstanding achi...
Posted @ 9/22/2012 9:30 AM By James Robinson
A Background On The Cello Being Made During This Cello Challenge
The instrument that the 'Cello Challenge Team' will be modelling their work on during the 2008 Adelaide International Cello Festival is the "Countess of Stainlein ex Paganini" Stradivario...
Posted @ 9/22/2012 9:00 AM By James Robinson
The following is taken from a lecture I wrote and presented to my class of first year marketing students at James Cook University about 8 years ago.
Posted @ 9/21/2012 7:00 PM By James Robinson
Over the years, ‘The Work’ has made a big impression on me, an indelible impression I might add, as a young violin maker working in London, not too many years out of violin making school in Cremona, Italy.
Posted @ 9/21/2012 6:30 PM By James Robinson
Violin family instruments sometimes approach the status of a mere commodity, in regard to the millions of mass produced student instruments, and sometimes have the status of collectible art objects. Some violin family instruments, particularly if they are...