「茶聚.藝賞」與德國琴弓製作家的弓藝談 Evening Talk with Klaus Grünke
「茶聚.藝賞」與德國琴弓製作家的弓藝談
Evening Talk with Klaus Grünke

The multi-generational Grünke family in Germany, Richard (Father), Klaus and Thomas(Brother), are universally recognized as some of the best bow makers today. Cello Factory (CF) are honoured to invite Mr. Klaus Grünke to speak the craft of bow bowing and the history of German bowmaking in 19th to 20th centuries.

Speaker: Mr. Klaus Grünke (Contemporary German Bow Maker)

Date: 10 May 2017 (Wednesday)
Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Venue: Cello Factory 香港專業大提琴學院
Workshop 3, 11/F, Block A, Wing Kut Industrial Building, 608 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong
(5-min walk from Exit B1, Lai Chi Kok MTR Station)

Language: English
Quota: 30 persons (Age above 14)
Fee: $120 each

Payment method:
HSBC "808-807671-001" Cello Factory Limited (Please send the bank slip copy to us as confirmation)

Remarks:
Limited seats and first come first serve. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email.

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About Klaus Grünke
Klaus Grünke learned the craft of bow making from his father Richard Grünke in Bubenreuth between 1975 and 1978. The period 1980 to 1982 was an important stimulus for his future career. During this time he worked for Hans Weisshaar in Los Angeles, focusing intensively both on restoration techniques and the study of older master bows. After returning to Bubenreuth he continued to work in his father’s workshop, making bows using his own model and brand. His main models are based on examples like D. Peccatte and F.N. Voirin. Lately, after extensive studies, his bows based on selected examples by N.Kittel find great appreciation. He successfully participated in international competitions and later on he has been called to serve on the jury of numerous bow making competitions all over the world.

Klaus Grünke has devoted himself to the study of various theoretical aspects of his field. In the year 2000 he wrote and published together with his colleagues C. Hans Karl Schmidt and Wolfgang Zunterer the encyclopaedia “German Bow Makers” followed by the comprehensive study of “The bows of Nikolai Kittel” which he realized with his colleagues Josef Gabriel and Yung Chin in 2011. He is a member of VDG, Verband Deutscher Geigenbauer und Bogenmacher, and of EILA, Entente International de Luthiers et Archetiers.He also plays an active and leading role in the IPCI, International Pernambuco Conservation Initiative, which was founded by bow makers from all over the world in Paris 2001.

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