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Yo-Yo Ma

2016-11-04T12:11:00-04:00

“I really love this instrument... we can play music that is traditional, but actually we are using technology to make it better.” Yo Yo Ma, Cellist and Luis and Clark owner

Yo-Yo Ma2016-11-04T12:11:00-04:00

Alexander Mishnaevski

2014-11-15T10:04:18-05:00

“My Luis and Clark viola is very easy and a pleasure to play in the orchestra, including orchestral solos, producing very rich and powerful sound, complemented by numerous remarks from the audience members.” Alexander Mishnaevski, Principal Viola, Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Alexander Mishnaevski2014-11-15T10:04:18-05:00

Erik Friedlander

2016-11-04T12:10:58-04:00

Cellist Erik Friedlander is a composer, an improviser, and a veteran of NYC's Downtown scene. Friedlander started studying music at an early age, beginning at 5 with guitar, and then at 8, cello lessons.

Erik Friedlander2016-11-04T12:10:58-04:00

Carol Proctor

2014-11-15T11:09:00-05:00

“My Luis & Clark cello, with its truly stunning sound and elegant appearance, presents an invitation for any cellist to take a leap into the future of music-making. I use it for country, classical and jazz—I love it!”

Carol Proctor2014-11-15T11:09:00-05:00

Michael Bacon

2014-11-15T10:04:18-05:00

“My Luis and Clark carbon fiber cello stays with me every step of the way. From the most intimate recording session to the raucous demands of performing and traveling. I’m a believer.” Michael Bacon, The Bacon Brothers

Michael Bacon2014-11-15T10:04:18-05:00

Matt Brubeck

2016-11-04T12:10:58-04:00

In the pop/rock world, Matt's eclectic adventures have included touring with the Dixie Chicks, Sheryl Crow, and the Indigo Girls, as well as performing and/or recording with Tom Waits, Sarah McLachlan, Natalie MacMaster, Tracy Chapman and others. During his many years in San Francisco, Matt collaborated with various musicians, including Ben Goldberg, Scott Amendola, Gino Robair, Myles Boisen, John Schott, and Pamela Z. He founded Oranj Symphonette, which recorded two CD's for Rykodisc and went on to play many of the major jazz festivals, from Monterey to Montreal.

Matt Brubeck2016-11-04T12:10:58-04:00