Did min Kym get her violin back?

Did min Kym get her violin back?

Her violin was eventually found, but her career never recovered. Eric C. Simpson reviews “Gone” by Min Kym.

Who stole the Stradivarius?

Roman Totenberg
The last time an aspiring young violinist took a shine to this 1734 Stradivari violin, he simply stole it — snatching it in 1980 from the office of its owner, the violin virtuoso and teacher Roman Totenberg, at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Mass. It remained lost for 35 years.

What is a copy of a Stradivarius violin worth?

Anywhere from $50 to $50,000 depending on its maker. The vast majority of violins are copies of some Stradivarius or another; most aren’t marked as such.

What was the name of the violin that was stolen?

Of the many fine violins that have disappeared over the years, here are ten that are still missing: 1. The 1727 ‘Davidoff, Morini’ Antonio Stradivari violin was stolen around October 18, 1995 from a locked bedroom closet in Austrian-born violin soloist Erica Morini’s Manhattan apartment and replaced by an empty case.

When was the Le Marien Antonio Stradivari violin stolen?

4. The ‘Le Marien’ Antonio Stradivari violin of 1714 was stolen in Manhattan, NY on April 9, 2002 from the violin shop of Christophe Landon, where the violin was consigned for sale by its owner, Barrett Wissman, a US entrepreneur with a passion for music and the arts.

Who was Min Kym when her violin was stolen?

Min Kym was a violin prodigy on the cusp of a glittering career when her treasured instrument was stolen. Clemency Burton-Hill explains what happened next.

What kind of violin was stolen from Takiko Omura?

A 1675 Nicolò Amati violin belonging to violinist Takiko Omura was stolen in Tokyo on August 31, 2005. The windows in her home had been forced open and the thief broke into the locked cabinet where the violin was kept. Omura, who was 89 at the time, had played the violin for 50 years after purchasing it in the US in 1954.