The 18th-century instrument was snatched while Krysia Osostowicz was unlocking her bike
The Strad’s August 2016 cover star speaks about adjusting to playing a c.1725 Gofriller, after twelve years with her beloved Guadagnini
As you know, a cello is a very dangerous passenger - Goffriller's like to jump off the chair during flights and eat the passengers!' Cellist Amit Peled films his 1733 Goffriller cello, which once belonged to Pablo Casals, being strapped securely to the seat next to him on ...
This illustration of a viola of the Gofriller School was published in The Strad, February 1962. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: Of the Venetian luthiers the name of Gofriller is one that is familiar to most string players. There were three makers of this ...