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The Philadelphia International Music Camp and Festival, featuring members of The Philadelphia Orchestra, is pleased to be giving away a Hiroshi Kono Violin (valued at $3500) from David Michie Violins in Philadelphia. Sweepstakes participants do not need to be present at the Philadelphia International Music Festival (PIMF) to win, although we invite all musicians ages 11-19 to attend PIMF 2016. Visit PIMF.org for details about our summer programs in June and July.
About David Michie Violins: David Michie Violins is one of the most established violin shops in the Philadelphia region, and is an excellent choice for all of your stringed instrument needs. “We know how daunting selecting the right instrument can be. Our goal is to make that process as pleasant and painless as possible by providing the best instruments available, restored and new, within a wide variety of price ranges. We also offer a trade-in/trade-up program that allows customers to upgrade their instrument as they and their musicianship grow and develop” –David Michie Violins. To learn more about David Michie Violins, click here!
About the Hiroshi Kono violin: Many well-known musicians such as Josh Bell, Robert Lipsett, and Michelle Kim own Hiroshi Kono violins. The Hiroshi Kono violin is made in Chiba Japan. It is a beautifully crafted instrument that has a one-piece, fancy back and is antiqued. They are patterned after Guarneri with a slender body and have a sound that is powerful, crisp, and responsive.
About the Philadelphia International Music Camp and Festival, featuring members of The Philadelphia Orchestra: The Philadelphia International Music Festival – held each summer on the estate-like grounds of Bryn Mawr College on Philadelphia’s Main Line – includes private lessons, master classes, and faculty recitals with members of The Philadelphia Orchestra; solo performance and competition opportunities; optional daily chamber music rehearsals; six program options including: Orchestra, Symphonic Winds & Concert Band, Solo Performance Preparation, Soloists Ensemble, Piano, Opera, and much more! To learn more about our festival, designed for students of all skill levels, ages 11-19, click here!