Julie Yeboah Reed

Violinmaker and restorer of fine stringed instruments, founder of Reed Yeboah Fine Violins (New York, USA). А graduate of Newark school of violinmaking she started her training in Nebraska with David Wiebe who graciously taught her while she was studying at the University of Nebraska. Julie worked in majorviolin shops in England, Germany, and the US specializing in the restoration of some of the finest instruments from the classical period. She has served as the caretaker for the instruments of the musical instruments of Metropolitan Museum of Art Nippon Foundation, Samsung Foundation, and many others providing maintenance and inspection for the collections. Julie Reed - has her office in New York City since 2006 specializing in the repair and restoration of violins, violas and cellos. She has ап international reputation serving clients from Europe, Asia, Australia and the US. Soloists, Concertmasters, Quartet players, Orchestra players, String teachers, and students соте to her for adjustments, and entrust their instruments to her саге. She also sells classical string instruments and bows trying to match instruments to her clients and also specializes in modern violinmakers' work. Julie and her colleague, Yi - Ping Yang have hosted for the past four years the Contemporary Violin Makers Exhibition, а three - day eventwhich features at least 50 of the world's finest living violinmakers. Every уеаг over 1,500 people have visited the exhibition.