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Talking About Performance Anxiety Having started the cello much later to most other musicians, I found myself battling the fear of performing at the same time as facing an insecure self-image that often comes with being a 12 year old. I believe this made the issue far...read more
Find your voice: With the completion of the Magnacore® Arioso set a new synergy has arrived. At Larsen Strings we have always believed that the development process of new strings is an essential partnership of elements: A blend between creativity and innovation...read more
Last week we had the pleasure of welcoming a group of violinmakers from Northern Germany together with our German partner, GEWA Music, to Larsen Strings’ factory. During their visit the violinmakers had the possibility of seeing how a string is made and how, through a...read more
In collaboration with the Sydney String Center, Emma Jardine and Umberto Clerici from the Streeton Trio tested strings to find a good match for their violin and cello. Listen to the video and understand how Larsen strings help the trio acquire the same idea of sound:...read more
Strings are to a musician like ballet shoes are to a dancer. Just as each dancer is very different and requires different size and softness of shoes, every cello is vastly different and requires different strings to compliment the resonance of the instrument. My cello...read more
Join us on a trip to Vienna: Watch Rainer Honeck, Marcel Richters and Larsen Strings testing Larsen violin strings on two Stradivari in Marcel Richters’ shop.read more
We are delighted to welcome Katri Patel as a contributor to the Larsen Strings Blog. Katri is a Finnish born cellist and cello teacher based in London. New Year Promise We live in an increasingly digitalised world where music, books and films are available at...read more
Larsen Strings: Not ones for blowing our own trumpets but searching for the ‘Best cello strings 2016’ this snippet popped up at the top of the results. This Googled answer is quite correct, of course, but has in no way been sponsored nor influenced by us. Which makes...read more
We are delighted to welcome Katri Patel as a contributor to the Larsen Strings Blog. Katri is a Finnish born cellist and cello teacher based in London. “It’s not you, it’s the cello.” ‘I once had a pupil turning up for his early Saturday morning lesson...read more
This year Larsen Strings returned to Kronberg, and once again we had the pleasure of visiting the Cello Masterclasses and Concerts and meeting with musicians from all parts of the world. How can I optimize my instrument? Dr. Thomas Zwieg, Vice President and Product...read more
Last week we had the great pleasure of receiving a visit from Katri Patel. Katri has been a tremendous help in developing our understanding of how fractional strings for children should be constructed and we were very pleased to have this opportunity of showing her...read more
Please join Gautier Capuçon and Larsen Strings at La Fondation Louis Vuitton , Paris. Gautier discusses his long term musical relationship with Laurits Th. Larsen and the essence of what he looks for in his choice of strings: ‘…the...read more
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Larsen Strings A/S has chosen to support the environment by upgrading to the C02 neutral energy plan ‘Medvind’ as supplied by SE’s Danish Land Wind Turbines.
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