NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio endorses Mondomusica New York

F. S. (April 10, 2014)
NYC's Mayor shows his support for the second annual Mondomusica New York, which will take place at 82 Mercer, in Soho. A former manufacturing facility, 82Mercer still retains some of its original 19th century details, including cast iron columns, 14-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and brick archways. This perfect location will combine easy accessibility and efficient services to both exhibitors and visitors, and will give Mondomusica New York the right touch of class & charm!

The second edition of Mondomusica New York, the finest American trade fair exhibition for violin and string instrument making, returns to New York April 10-12, 2014, to promote the very finest in contemporary violin and string instrument making to the U.S. market.

With great pleasure, the Honorable Mayor Bill de Blasio shares his support for Mondomusica with a letter of endorsement. Mayor Bill de Blasio states, “As a cultural capital, New York City is proud to host this assembly of some of the world¹s finest violin and string instrument makers, musicians, and merchants.”

With its roots in Cremona, Italy, the birthplace of violin making, this year marks the second installment of the Mondomusica New York will take place April 10th - 12th at 82Mercer in Manhattan.

The trade show features exhibitors from around the world and gathers the world’s finest luthiers, manufacturers, international dealers, skilled musicians, music enthusiasts, and other members of the music community. This cultural event displays traditional methods of violin and string-instrument making, showcasing the brilliance of superior instruments and the honed crafts of their manufacturers.

This year’s edition of Mondomusica New York features a program of artistic and cultural events and seminars featuring prominent personalities of the international music scene, thanks to cooperation among leading institutions of both Italian and American music and culture.

Mayor Bill de Blasio states, “I applaud Cremonafiere for their role in not only preserving this fine musical tradition but also sharing Italy’s artistic heritage with New York and beyond. On behalf of the City of New York and as a proud Italian-American, please accept my best wishes for a terrific exhibition and continued success.”

Cremonafiere is pleased to have Mayor de Blasio’s support of the aims of the event, as this sharing of goals will serve as an incentive to pursue enhancement of the artistic work of the highest quality at an international level.

Mondomusica New York will be held at 82Mercer in Manhattan from April 10-12, 2014.

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