MILENA NOVENTA, PARMA (ITALY)

Milena Noventa was born in Brescia in 1982In 2008 she enrolled at the International School of Violinmaking in Parma, beginning her training under the guidance of Maestro Renato Scrollavezza. In 2011 she joined the Scrollavezza and Zanrè studio as an assistant where she remained for the next four years. In[…]

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GINO SFARRA, L’AQUILA (ITALY)

Gino Sfarra makes violins, violas and cellos completely by hand according to the traditional Milanese school. He uses his own models and the varnish is classic traditional Italian oil varnish. On request he also makes copies, antiqued and baroque. He performs restorations and repairs as well as set up and[…]

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GAWANG JUNG, CREMONA (ITALY)

Born in Incheon (South Korea) in 1990, Jung has graduated from a technological high school in 2008 and began to further cultivate his passion for classical music, especially for the violin. This period also saw the beginning of his strong interest in violin making, and his understanding that it would[…]

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MICHELE BUCCELLÈ, ACQUANEGRA CREMONESE, CR (ITALY)

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[…]

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EMILIO E LUCA SLAVIERO, CREMONA (ITALY)

          Today bow-making is a concrete, present and distinguishable reality in the field of lutherie. Although bow and instrument are part of a single great artistic movement in the musical field, the distinction has become necessary in order to define the object that structures and generates[…]

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MARCO NOLLI, CREMONA (ITALY)

Born in Cremona on November 3rd 1964.He studied at the International School “A. Stradivari” in Cremona, obtaining the Master Luthier diploma in 1983 under the guidance of maestros Giorgio Scolari and Stefano Conia, he then studied at the workshop of M°Scolari where he trained his stylistic personality. At the same[…]

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STEFANO TRABUCCHI, CREMONA (ITALY)

Born in Sondrio on February 5th, 1970 in a family of musicians, he began studying the violin at the age of eight. Immediately after graduating from middle school, charmed by the construction of the violin, he enrolled at the International School of Violinmaking in Cremona: he attended the four-year course[…]

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LUCA BARATTO, CREMONA (ITALY)

In 2001 Luca left the famous Prosecco Hills of Valdobbiadene to follow his passion for violin making in Cremona, the international capital of violin making in Italy, where he attended the prestigious violin making school “A.Stradivari” Cremona, graduating in 2006. While learning the art of lutherie at A.Stradivari, Luca enriched[…]

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STEFANO CONIA, CREMONA (ITALY)

“My goal has always been one: to manufacture more instruments than Stradivari did” and he’s not too far from the goal. Stefano Conia, born in 1946, is one of the representatives of contemporary Cremonese violinmaking, one of the founders of the renewed violinmaking tradition, reborn under the sign of Stradivari.[…]

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