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Ginette Neveu Violin

Johns Violin Company pays tribute to the legacy of Ginette Neveu with a new line of violins. Just like the violinist herself, this product line embodies virtuosity, passion, and a commitment to excellence in craftsmanship. Our Ginette Neveu-inspired violins are meticulously crafted to bring out the true essence of music, allowing players to express themselves with the same emotional depth and artistry that Neveu was known for.

More About Ginette Neveu:

Ginette Neveu was born on August 11, 1919, in Paris, France. She showed remarkable talent from a young age and made her public debut as a violinist at the age of only seven. Neveu's exceptional skills and musicality led her to win the prestigious Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition in 1935 at the age of 16, gaining international recognition and acclaim. Throughout World War II, Ginette Neveu continued to perform concerts for soldiers and prisoners of war, using her talent to contribute to humanitarian causes during those difficult times

In 1946, she made her highly successful American debut, performing with the New York Philharmonic under the baton of conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos. Tragically, on October 28, 1949, at the young age of 30, Ginette Neveu's promising career was cut short when her plane, Air France Flight 009, crashed in the Azores, resulting in the loss of all passengers and crew. Despite her untimely death, Ginette Neveu's recordings continue to be admired and revered for their technical brilliance and emotional depth, leaving a lasting impact on the world of classical music.