Michele Buccellè was born in Cremona on July 23, 1981.
He studied at the International School of Violinmaking where he graduated in 2000 under the guidance of Masters Massimo Negroni and Wanna Zambelli.
From 2001 to 2010 he worked in the workshop of Maestro Maurizio Tadioli where he perfected his manual ability and style.
At present he dedicates himself mainly to construction, studying and being inspired by the great instruments of the past, also experimenting with various construction methods.
He uses various models: Stradivari, Guarneri del Gesù and Guadagnini.
His instruments are appreciated both by established musicians in Italian and foreign orchestras and by young international talents.
He is a member of ALI (Association of Italian Violinmakers).
Model: The violin is built on the model of the “Plowden”, an instrument of 1735 by Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù, a beautiful example of the first period of the Cremonese luthier.
Year of construction: 2021
The back, the sides and the head are in maple with a wide and deep marbling, the top is in spruce with a marked and regular grain, the varnish is oil.
PREMI E RICONOSCIMENTI
2009 | “Sabrino Preti” Award as best young Cremonese luthier at the XII Triennial International Competition of Stringed Instruments “A. Stradivari”.
MICHELE BUCCELLÈ’S ATELIER
viale Europa 38, Acquanegra Cremonese (CR)
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