Amherst Early Music
Virtual Instrument Exhibition
Generously sponsored by Karen Wexler
This year's Amherst Early Music Festival VIRTUAL Early Music & Instrument Exhibition features introductory videos created by makers and purveyors of early instruments, music, and accessories from around the globe. Players, parents, and teachers are invited to browse exhibitors below and contact them directly.
The VIRTUAL EXHIBITION will continue through the coming 2020-21 season. Participation is free-of-charge as a service to the early music community.
Exhibitors: Register to share a Introductory Video or express interest in presenting a "Workshop & Instrument tour/Q&A" during the coming season.
Please contact Tracy Cowart at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
2020 Virtual Exhibitors:
AEMF 2020 - Maller Baroque Brass Instruments
David L Maller, Maller Baroque Brass Instruments
Pennsylvania maker of historic and modern trumpets and sackbuts shows and discusses his line of instruments.
(814) 944-5020 / email@example.com
STRINGED INSTRUMENTS, BOWS & STRINGS
West Virginia maker discusses his Baroque and modern violins and violas.
(304) 724-5178 / firstname.lastname@example.org
AEMF Exhibition 2020 - Perrin & Associates
Timothy G. Johnson, Luthier
Eastern Connecticut luthier and restorer of historical and modern strings shares his shop, process, and background.
(860) 710-2638 / email@example.com
AEMF Exhibition 2020 - Sarah W. Peck Violins
AEMF Exhibition 2020 - Katrien Vandermeersch
Katrien Vandermeersch, Luthier
Belgium-based maker who specializes in the making of the violoncello and the bas de violon gives us a look at her workshop.
0032498109592 / firstname.lastname@example.org
MULTI-INSTRUMENT & MUSIC
AEMF Exhibition 2020 - Early Music Shop
Browse the websites of additional members of our community below.