We cover the lives of violin makers, their best parts and worst parts, yesterday and today. Historical stories, interviews with experts and makers in the field. Omobono Stradivari was the least liked son of his father, Antonio, he was remembered in Antonio's will as a screw up. He is our north star. We are all part of this. We all belong exactly here.
Episode 38: Women in Lutherie: The Movement
What's next for Women at the workbench? Join Rozie as she interviews Jeemin Kim and Jennifer Creadick, co founders of the nonprofit organization (and all around amazing gathering of women) - Women in Lutherie. We discuss long standing issues in this field and how the WIL group is pushing the needle forward to create a more equitable space for women in this field.
Special Guests: Jeemin Kim and Jennifer Creadick.
Episode 37: Take Care of Your Butts: Cameron Robertson
Cameron has invested countless hours in finding workbench repair hacks, so that he and and other luthiers can have longer careers without sacrificing their bodies to repetitive stress injuries. Chris and Rozie go over several of his discoveries. Coda with Rob Wood, on exercises every luthier should be doing.
Special Guest: Cameron Robertson.
Episode 36: Jason Price: The Tarisio Effect
Chris and Rozie chat with one of the founders of the internationally recognized violin auction house Tarisio - Jason Price. We cover some of the history of buying & selling, the purpose of auctions, and how Tarisio has changed the market.
Special Guest: Jason Price.
Episode 35: Christopher Reuning: Violins of Good Taste
With influence far and wide across many levels of the violin industry, Christoper Reuning joins Chris and Rozie to discuss the many turns his career path has taken.
Special Guest: Christopher Reuning.
Episode 34: Iris Carr: Doing more, with less
Rozie and Jerry interview master retoucher Iris Carr on her many seamless restoration jobs, her history of rubbing elbows with some of the greats in the field, and her newly launched education course, available now, for YOU!
Special Guest: Iris Carr.
Episode 33: Cajun flavor with Anya Burgess
Anya shares with Chris and Rozie the history of Lafayette, Louisiana, and it's unique Cajun heartbeat, and the unique challenges of doing luthier work in swampland.
Special Guest: Anya Burgess.
Thank you for these podcasts, it has entertained me and positively affected my work and my life. 👍🎻
Great personalities and filling a much needed void in the podcast world...
Just what I needed!
I’m listening to all the podcasts in a row. 😎 I’m working on the back of my first violin build, you all are will always be remembered! That’s a bit thick. 👍 Keep it up. 💯