2015 Interview with Luthier Cesarini by Paola Mannocci (automatic translation).
Federico has nothing to do with Stéphane, the dark violin-maker star of the film "A Heart in Winter" by French master Claude Sautet, masterfully played by Daniel Auteuil. Federico Cesarini is a young violin maker, is not disillusioned by life, has no misanthrope attitudes and his lab - in that stack - is not a shrine devoted to the past, the walls of which spread only stately eighteenth-century notes. In the "Liuteria Cesarini" coexist in harmony, violins, bows, electric basses, antique guitars, electric guitars and mandolins Sicilian-end '800. It is the workshop of an artist who lives his passion, music, in all its expressions, modern and ancient. Because the passion has no barriers, not even the barriers of time.
2015 He is contacted in 2015 by the Fondazione Antonio Carlo Monzino to represent the art of violin making on EXPO 2015 during the contest "Le Mani Sapienti", which took place at the prestigious Sala delle Merlate in the Palazzo Sforzesco, Milan.
2015 He wins, with the handcrafted violin "The Jark" a private competition between Italian high-level violins. The participating luthiers were twenty, coming especially from Northern Italy, the violins in contention about 120-130. The orchestra that selected the instrument is the Orchestra Nazionale Giovanile di Caracas, with the greetings of Director Dietrich Paredes. "Wilson" reached the 3rd place in the same competition.