Playing the New Jersey Symphony Like A Fiddle

Playing the New Jersey Symphony Like A Fiddle

When pet care publisher Herbert Axelrod approached the New Jersey Symphony in 2002 to see about selling his personal collection of string instruments from the “Golden Age” of Italian string makers, the orchestra considered it a momentous event. Unfortunately, it wasn’t bound to be momentous for the reasons they had hoped. If all of this is new to you, here’s what has happened so far: In 2002, Herbert Axelrod approached officials from the New Jersey Symphony and offered to sell the orchestra his 30 piece collection of “Golden Age” string instruments, which … Continue Reading

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