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Born in Ireland, Robert Pierce played for 12 years with the Radio Symphony Orchestra in Dublin until 1984 when his fascination with bow making superseded his career as a cellist. Winning the Californi

Born in Louvain in 1966, Thomas Meuwissen grew up into a family of eminent engineers, architects, scholars and entrepreneurs. Fascinated by sculpture and architecture, Meuwissen initially studied fine

CATHERINE JANSSENS GRADUATED AT THE NEWARK SCHOOL OF VIOLIN MAKING IN 2004. SHE OPENED HER WORKSHOP IN 2005 IN BRUSSELS WHILE CONTINUING HER TRAINING DURING INTERNSHIPS AND SEMINARS. IN 2009, SHE PART

In his Brussels workshop, Pierre Guillaume makes bows for violins, violas and cellos. With instrument-maker Jan Strick he runs the Maison Bernard, which they took over in 1986. Pierre Guillaume is a m

Music was and is a constant in the life of Ann. From childhood she played on violin and piano, she went to concerts. During high school in Sint-Lukas Brussels she chose the direction of Visual Arts. S

The non-profit Center for musical construction (Comb) is a training and documentation center that aims to knowledge and wealth of the craft ‘ tool building ‘ to disseminate and promote. Th

Victor BERNARD was born in 1985 in Compi√®gne.   He studied at the Ecole Internationale de Lutherie in Newark, England, where he graduated in 2008.   Passionate about the archery he joined t

PRO ARTE Geuzenstraat 19, ANTWERP, 2000, Belgium Contact Frank Pedus Tel+32 3 216 99 28 Fax+32 3 238 16 38

The studio builds new instruments, completely hand made. Katrien Vandermeersch specializes in the making of the violoncello and the bassviolin (bas de violon). Also the tenoralto has been the subject

Gert Schrijvers was trained in the French violin making tradition tradition and worked in Parisian workshops for many years. In 1992, he settled in Hasselt as a restorer of fine stringed instruments.

Jan Strick was first noticed by Jacques Bernard in 1977 for his commitment to and gift for violin-making, and followed his advice to train in France, at Mirecourt and Angers, in the purest French trad