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.