Violinist Joshua Bell playing on a violin by Guarneri del Gesù, Cremona c.1742 courtesy of Rare Violins of New York. Photo: Daniel Hjorth/Politiken

Recent News and Events


The Strad Magazine - Chinese collector buys 1727 Stradivarius violin.


Rare Violins of New York hosts a string technology clinic with Franz Klanner, Director of Research & Development at Thomastik-Infeld.


Bruno Price and Ziv Arazi give another lecture at The Juilliard School's Violin Seminar about the violin market.


Ziv Arazi and Bruno Price celebrate the New Year by reading chamber music with friends on January 1st.



We are proud to launch our new website.


Bruno Price presents a special exhibition of instruments as part of the Violin Society of America (VSA) convention.


Bruno Price and Ziv Arazi attend the opening of the new Violin Museum in Cremona, Italy.


Bruno Price lectures about rare instruments at the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival.


We exhibit violins by Stradivari and Guarneri del Gesù at the Grand Hotel, Taipei.


Bruno Price and Ziv Arazi speak about violin maintenance and sponsorship to Ray Iwazumi’s violin seminar at Juilliard.


See Past News and Events


Bruno Price joins the Violin Society of America’s Board of Directors.


Our first financial workshop “Purchasing a Rare Instrument: Cash, Borrow or…?” is hosted at our shop with Dumont Financial, LLC.


We take part in the American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF).


Our Facebook Page is launched, providing our customers with a new way to connect with us.


Rare Violins of New York assists in the making of the movie “A Late Quartet”, providing instruments and expertise.


Restorer Alan Dipesa joins our workshop.


Restorer Jee Min Kim joins our workshop.



Ziv Arazi and Bruno Price attend the Dextra Musica exhibition in Bergen, Norway.


Bruno Price and Ziv Arazi attend the Bergonzi exhibition in Cremona, Italy.


After 8 years on 72nd street, Rare Violins of New York moves to its new location on 57th street.