Insure Your Musical Instrument and Be Rest Assured
Music is an integral part of our art and culture. To say that music is life would not be far from the truth for people who have a passion for playing. It is also safe to say that musicians regard their instruments as their “babies” and do not look at them as just an ordinary object. Most musicians treat their instruments as one of their children and treat them very gingerly.
For symphony/orchestra players, their instruments such as the violin, cello, viola, flute, bassoon, clarinet, guitar and drums are the source of their professional income and well as personal joy. The serenity of the music they produce brings joy to those who hear it as well. Keeping these instruments protected from harm is paramount. When bad things happen to good instruments, there needn’t be worry as to how or when the instruments get fixed or replaced. Musical instruments insurance is key to a smooth transition when a replacement instrument is needed. This allows the performer to be able to keep his/her playing obligations without worry or distress.
Recording studios that put this beautiful music to CD also need peace of mind. The recording equipment used also needs protection from hazards such as accidental breakage or theft. They too can benefit from musical instrument insurance as well as the classical players.
Collectors that acquire an extensive array of different types of instruments also need protection for their instruments.
Music speaks a universal language that is spoken by musicians all over the world regardless of their age, culture, religion, status or creed. This is most obvious at a concert. While the band plays, the audience will often sing along to the songs. 20,000 people at a time in unison enjoying and participating in the music. At these concerts sometimes people can get unruly and bad things can happen such as unauthorized access to the stage by non stagehands, fires or the whole stage set tipping over. Event Liability insurance plays a key role in protecting and dealing with such catastrophes.
Clarion Associates is one such musical instrument insurance company that specializes in property coverage for musical instruments and their accessories. They have been in business for around 40 years and are endorsed by over 30 musical associations and are even recognized by the League of Orchestras and the American Federation of Musicians. It is said that they serve over 13 thousand customers across the United States with the friendliest customer service. They have a website www.clarionins.com where one can apply for a quote or for their current customers- can amend their policies 24 hours a day. And filing claims online is available 24 hours a day as well.
This kind of convenience and dedication from an insurance company is crucial for musicians professional or amateur to maintain their instruments and keep the music playing.
Michel Jordan - About Author:
The author of this article is well versed with musical instrument insurance, Event Liability Insurance and small recording studios, as well as for insurance for Recording Studios.
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