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Violinshops in Argentina




Gustavo Bellido, born in the province of Tucumán, Argentina, on February 11, 1969. In 1987, 18 years old, I entered the School of Luthería dependent on the Faculty of Arts of the National University

The four members of the group are members d the Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires (Teatro Colón). Set name is a tribute to Petrus Guarnerius (Pietro Guarneri), a luthier legendary Cremona (Ita

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The development of archery in Argentina is linked to the skills provided by notable luthiers, especially Italians, who integrated the migratory currents of the 19th and 20th centuries. This tradition

Lionel Genovart was born in 1976. He began his artistic training from high school at the Fernando Fader school. Interested in art in three dimensions also studied sculpture with Azcarate. Paralelament

I Violini has a clear commitment to traditional concepts of restoration. Violins, viola, violoncellos and their bows are marketed as “objects of art” at high values. The main task of a goo

The art of building violins stood out in the XVII century and the beginning of the XVIII, in the shops of the Italians Antonio Stradivari, and Giuseppe Guarneri, both of Cremona, and of the Austrian J

Fernando’m Lockley, Master Luthier School graduate Luthier National University of Tucuman and current holder of the chairs: theoretical Luthería II guitar and violin at the same institution I

NEGRI CASES Luis Negri was born in Herten, Germany in 1967. In a family atmosphere of musicians, he spent his childhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At 19 he returned to Germany, to the city of Lubeck,

RAFAEL G RAMACCIOTTI LUTHIER Rafael Guillermo RAMACCIOTTI was born in the city of La Plata, Argentina, in 1971. From 1997 to 2001 he studied in Cremona, Italy, to become Master Violinmaker at the Inte