On October 1, 5 p.m., musicians will present some of the exhibits in a concert. The Australian violin virtuoso Danny Gu, a member of the Saarland State Orchestra, will also play works by Ysaye and Paganini, as will the Zweibrücken violinist Johanna Ruppert. Peter Jutz will perform on October 2nd at 5 p.m. With the help of a loop device, he records live accompaniment patterns to which he plays melodies and improvisations. Own compositions alternate with songs from pop, jazz and soul. A specially built five-string instrument combines the sound characteristics and range of violin and viola. Grooving basses, percussive playing techniques and rhythmically driving riffs create the listening impression of a whole band. Admission to the exhibition, which opens its doors daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., is free. The exhibiting violin makers are Clement Heber (Neustadt), Martin Krause (Saarbrücken), Daniel König (Leipzig), Philipp Lieberwirt (Hanover), Jakob Rechenberg (Chemnitz), Gabriel Reinhold (Schwangau), Dorit Seilacher and Florian Geyer (Karlsruhe).