Itamar Zorman featured in The Times of Israel
Warner Music Prize candidate Itamar Zorman opens up to The Times of Israel about why he chose violin as his instrument of passion, his family as a musical support system, and his thoughts on old vs. new violins.
“Good old violins have a quality of sound that modern ones don’t. Old violins are complex, they have many layers. I think that every player leaves their mark on a violin. The violin imbues their music.”
Read the full feature here.