Bein & Fushi Rare Violins Inc

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Bein & Fushi Rare Violins Inc
Bein & Fushi Rare Violins Inc is listed in the Musical Instrument Dealers category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bein & Fushi Rare Violins Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bein & Fushi Rare Violins Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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410 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 663-0150

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Bein & Fushi Rare Violins Inc has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Bein & Fushi Rare Violins Inc has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Chicago, Illinois is 35 and in the Musical Instrument Dealers category is 44. Learn more about ZapScore

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We are pleased to offer this fine violin by Andrea Postacchini Fermo, c. 1820 Postacchini is widely acknowledged as the greatest maker in the often underrated Marches region – a region that often gives old Italian quality for modern Italian prices. The dark and dynamic tonal qualities of this powerful violin helped propel a fantastic player to win a seat in a world class symphony orchestra. Come in to the shop and hear for yourself. We think you'll fall in "love at first listen" like we did.

Violinist.com's Laurie Niles wrote an excellent piece about her Seattle visit with collector David Fulton and how his instrument collection began. "It would seem that Fulton caught that bug from Dr. William Sloan, who is a friend of mine, and a friend to many violinists and violin makers across the globe. Sloan is the Los Angeles-based urologist who owns the 1714 "Leonora Jackson" Stradivari and a 1742 Guarneri Del Gesu. Sloan has also made several violins himself, and he throws an annual Handel Messiah reading party that I've attended and written about many times here on Violinist.com. In Fulton's words, Sloan is a "certifiable fiddle nut." Knowing Dr. Sloan, I can attest to that. The two met in college, at the University of Chicago, where both played in the University Symphony. Fulton was the concertmaster, but neither of them was a music major. They actually became good friends some 20 years later, when they found themselves living in Toledo, Ohio and recognized each other while attending an opera performance. At that time, Sloan was contemplating his first Strad purchase from Bein and Fushi of Chicago, and Fulton went along for the ride, literally. Soon later, Fulton bought a 1698 Pietro Guarneri of Mantua violin for more than the price of his home, and he has been collecting ever since."
, which celebrated 12 of the finest violins and violas ever made by Stradivari, del Gesu, Guarneri, Bertolotti and Guadagnini.

The North Shore Chamber Music Festival is rapidly approaching! June 7, 9 and 10.
Columbus' chamber orchestra gears up for first performance outside of Ohio

Bein & Fushi shared their live video.
A masterclass with Vadim Gluzman coming to you live from Bein and Fushi!
A Masterclass with Vadim Gluzman

Bein & Fushi was live.
A Masterclass with Vadim Gluzman