By Peter Tonguette / Special to The Columbus Dispatch
“Very few people ever have the opportunity to search for a violin worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Most of us, though, know what it’s like to go on a date.
As it turns out, the two experiences have quite a bit in common.
“I like to compare picking a violin to when you find somebody that you want to be in a relationship with,” said Katherine McLin, the concertmaster of the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, which last year began a search for a new violin to play during performances.”