Promotion of Talent
„Only love understands the secret of giving and getting richer at the same time.”
Clemens von Brentano
Ludwig van Beethoven and Prince Lichnowsky, Richard Wagner and Ludwig II, Frédéric Chopin and the Rothschilds: outstanding musicians have always had need of support from patrons. Throughout history, their enthusiasm and financial generosity have helped make it possible for important works of art to be given to society.
Even today the demand for civic commitment on the part of patrons is great; art requires that artists should concentrate on what is essential. What is more, musicians are often in need of instruments but are held back by the limits of their economic capabilities.
Are you owner of a high-quality stringed instrument? Or would you like to invest in a valuable tangible asset that will simultaneously give expression to your love for music? Then we invite you to become a patron!
By loaning your instrument to a highly gifted musicians, you will enable a young artist or establishes solo musician to develop his or her artistic skill in the best possible way.
The Path from Investor to Patron
Based on its many years of comprehensive experience, VIOLIN ASSETS has the best contacts to the world of stringed instrument soloists. After a preselection process we present you some of the most thrilling artists.
Patrons are invited to exclusive patron concerts at special locations. Let us introduce you to the fascinating world of music performance in cities such as Munich, Frankfurt, Cologne and Brussels... but also at our headquarters at Bedburg Castle.
You can have VIOLIN ASSETS professionally organise your engagement as a patron. As part of a booked service package, VIOLIN ASSETS also takes care of regular appraisals of your instrument.
At your request, we would be pleased to provide you with an overview of our services.
Christian Ludwig Christian.Ludwig@violin-assets.com Tel. +49 (0)177 / 88 77 217
Christian Ludwig is a trained violinist and conductor and has been giving concerts on many of the world's stages for many years. Most recently he was principal conductor of the Cologne Chamber Orchestra as well as of the South Korean Gwangju Symphony Orchestra, giving regular concerts in the Cologne Philharmonic Hall, the Prince Regent Theatre in Munich and the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris.
Christian Ludwig is responsible for patronage and musician support at VIOLIN ASSETS.