Photo: Zuill Bailey demonstrates the musical qualities of his Luis & Clark carbon fiber cello for the Sitka Chamber of Commerce (and for a television audience). The owner of a 325-year old Goffriller, Bailey says that instrument (though extraordinary in concert) is “limiting” in the field. He tells kids that the Luis & Clark is [...]
Café Musique performing Jacob Gade's famous tango Jalousie at Mill Pond Music Festival. Featuring Brynn Albanese on violin and Duane Inglish on accordion.
Lindsey Stirling takes her Luis & Clark through fire on her latest video - a cover of Evanescence's song "My Immortal". Take a look!
One of two Luis & Clark instruments at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Academy Week. Amusing thing to note is that I'm sitting with my 2011 L&C violin next to Concertmaster Jon Carney who is playing a 1687 Stradivarius.
Musical Happening at Avant Gardner - an excerpt from a review of a concert by A Far Cry, Boston's exciting self-conducted chamber orchestra
Multi-talented composer Lisa Ralia Heffter bridges the worlds of classical, rock and theater composition to create a dazzling universe of musical beauty in “From Mozart to Mars,” on Mon., Oct. 1, 7pm. The concert, a highlight of the ninth season of Calhoun’s Performing Arts Series, features a distinguished cast of vocalists, musicians--including surprise guests from Broadway.
LISA RALIA HEFFTER (Composer, Viola) is a prominent composer whose variety of styles has been performed on stages around the world. One of Heffter's first classical chamber works, "Eschape," was reviewed by the New York Times as "astonishingly beautiful."
The first all Carbon Fiber Cello and Chamber Orchestra Concert was presented by The Calhoun Performing Arts Series in the Mary Lea Johnson Performing Arts Center at The Calhoun School, New York, on January 2009. Carbon Fiber Cello and Chamber Orchestra Concert, Calhoun Performing Arts Series, NY, January 2009. PHOTOS: Beth Krieger/The Calhoun School