Lynn Harrell

Another giant of the cello world has passed.  I found this article to beautifully outline his life and accomplishments: https://www.npr.org/2020/04/28/847462222/cellist-lynn-harrell-has-died-age-76 And while the video is old and the quality is bad, I cherished this...

A cello journey – part VII

Last week we left me with a beautiful cello from Michael Koeberling, but feeling like I had broken my own rule to get it and found myself with another lovely sounding cello that didn’t quite have what my heart wanted. The three years I played this cello found all...

A cello journey – part VI

Last week we left off with me promising to NEVER AGAIN commission a cello for myself, waiting instead for the chance to buy a cello that already existed. Well, I didn’t do that.  About a year after I sold my 1998 Widenhouse cello I started getting itchy to have a...

A cello journey – part V

Last week we reviewed my doomed commission of a cello from Peter Paul Prier.  Let’s now turn our attention to brighter chapter in my cello story… I remember reading an article in “The Strad” magazine about some of the nobility that commissioned instruments from...

Paige’s Music Curbside Pickup Available Again

Beginning Tuesday, April 14th we will be open normal business hours to take phone, email, online orders and to provide contact-free curbside pick-up while our showrooms remain closed. We will also be running a modified delivery route to central locations in local...