Ahead of the the NAMM show in Anaheim, California on January 24-27, Rozanna’s Violins is proud to announce our Designer Decals. These removable decals are a new and innovative way to decorate stringed instruments, a new extension of our Designer Violin line. Indeed, with nothing else like it on the market for string instruments, Rozanna’s Designer Violins is inventing another category of products that now allows players of stringed instruments to design their own instruments in a unique and easy way, allowing players to express their individuality and creativity. Further, our decals are safe for any instrument finish, use no adhesive, remove effortlessly, and are priced to be very affordable.
Rozanna, Founder, a Julliard trained violist, is a multifaceted musician and entrepreneur. Most recently she has been a guest speaker at the Juilliard School and her teaching videos are available on youtube through D’Addario Strings.Rozanna’s work reflects her belief that music is a powerful influence on a child’s development. Rozanna produced a U.N. workshop for 1500 youth entitled ‘Where There is Life There is Music’. Rozanna has served as a music consultant for both the HEAD START program in NY, and for the New York Pops Music Educational Outreach Program, helping develop curriculum for young minds. Musically, Rozanna has steadily forged new ground while attracting diverse audiences. Whether recording the solo viola part for the King Tut Exhibition, recording for Arabesque Recordings, or premiering a concerto by Tania Leon, jamming with Sarah Caswell, Nigel Kennedy or Dave Eggar, Rozanna continues to forge new ground for string players. Rozanna has played for the Crown Prince of Japan, accompanied singing great, Madeleine Peyroux at Carnegie Hall and her music videos have been award winners at international film festivals.
After graduating from Juilliard the artist was deeply effected at: seeing how many colleagues struggled to find work upon graduation and concluding students needed to learn to ‘think outside the box’ from the earliest age. Such creative, independent thinking is the starting point for a creative thinking. And it just made sense to create instruments and accessories that reflect the changing landscape of music making, while naturally appealing to children’s sensibilities.