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Feb. 21, 2022

40 - Leonardo Frigo

40 - Leonardo Frigo

Violin artist Leonardo Frigo joins us on today's episode of the Violin Podcast.  -- Website: https://violinpodcast.com Looking to build a website? Get a FREE 30 day trial with Bandzoogle (no credit card needed)- https://bandzoogle.com/?memref=r3a7a2 Violins, Bows, Cases & Accessories - https://bit.ly/3cBfxmQ Sheet Music Deals - https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/?aff_id=687531 Violin YouTube Tutorials - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe_sdzIIWklYFtqNAybZaFq_JTUZIEaDO -- Follow us on Social Media! Facebook - https://facebook.com/violinpodcastInstagram - https://instagram.com/violinpodcastTwitter - https://twitter.com/violinpodcastYouTube - https://youtube.com/violinpodcast  AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER Product links in this description may earn a commission. We only advertise products that we believe in. If you choose to purchase a product through one of our affiliate links, it is no extra cost to you, and it helps us out! -- About Violin Podcast The Violin Podcast is a new podcast that was created in early 2020 to be used as a resource for violinists all around the world to hear professionals in the violin world for practice tips, career advice, and adapting to an ever changing musical landscape. VP host and violinist Eric Mrugala interviews violinists from around the world discussing various topics such as practice tips, career advice, entrepreneurship, and more. The Violin Podcast aims to be more than a podcast. It's a community where we can engage in conversation about the violin, and how to navigate as a musician in the 21st century.  Our mission is to bring violinists together and create a useful resource for violinists and musicians alike to help them make an impact in music. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/violin-podcast/support

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Leonardo Frigo


Leonardo Frigo is a London-based artist and violinist whose passion, innovation, and innate creative talent have all earned him the reputation as a celebrated visionary within the United Kingdom’s thriving art community. Over the course of nearly a decade, he has been actively painting string instruments. For five of those years, he meticulously studied the violin. Moreover, he obtained a degree in Art Restoration from UIA (Univeristà Internazionale dell Arte ) in Venice, Italy.

Leonardo creates this unique art form with the premise that his instruments can not only be listened to while played or merely visually appreciated in their original form, but read like storybooks. Through striking symbols, vivid patterns, and strategically placed embedded text, his work welcomes his audience to engage with instruments in a new, one-of-kind way, instilling them with a newfound perspective.