Highlights 2015: Larsen Strings’ 25th anniversary year

Our 25th anniversary year is drawing to an end, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing Larsen Strings.

In 2015, we launched a revised version of our website and a new blog, all with the purpose of offering additional layers of information. Read about the blog and our aim to establish a community where string players and others with an interest in strings can join the conversation and share their thoughts: blog.larsenstrings.com.

Furthermore, to give a better understanding of how our strings can contribute to your instrument, we have developed a number of videos, which we hope will support and guide you in the search of the perfect set-up. Read more about our videos or even better, take a look at them via You-Tube  or our website.

Certainly, our 25th company anniversary was the highlight of the year. In June, we had the pleasure of celebrating this milestone with business partners and friends. Thank you to everybody who in one way or the other contributed to making the anniversary an unforgettable event. Read about Larsen Strings’ 25 years of history, or watch our anniversary video.

Finally, what made 2015 another special year is the contact we have with you, the musicians – who support us over and over again by playing so wonderfully on our strings.

To learn more about the artists with whom we have the pleasure of cooperating, follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus or read our blog.

We couldn’t do it without you!

As always, we are working continuously with optimization of our existing strings and with the development of new strings, and we look forward to 2016 with high expectations.

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Violinmaker Ian Crawford McWilliams visiting Larsen Strings in Sønderborg

While many musicians in the search of the perfect set-up come to us, once in a while violinmakers also find their way to us.

Yesterday, Ian Crawford McWilliams, a Canadian violinmaker living in Brandenburg an der Havel, traveled all the way to Southern Denmark to visit us. He brought with him a cello and a viola.

As Ian explains it, for a violinmaker it is important to choose an all-round string set-up that will suit the needs of most musicians.

Ian Mc Williams

With the help of cellist Katarina Skliarevski and Larsen Strings’ violist Marie Girard we tried new set-ups of strings on the two wonderful instruments, improving the overall balance and sonority of the already well sounding viola and cello.

Katarina B

Thank you Ian for stopping by

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