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Violinshops in Switzerland




Sprenger Geigenbau is the oldest shop for stringed instruments in Switzerland. The business was established in 1917 in St. Gallen by Fritz Sprenger. Christoph Sprenger and his son Raffael Sprenger are

Imagine a family-friendly music, in a citizen’s house shortly after 1800, in Thalwil or Zurich. One sings, plays on the harp or the hammer piano, chats in between, exchanges ideas. The time is i

Born in Pozzaglio and grew up in Robecco d’Oglio. Graduated from the violin making school of the hometown (Scuola Statale di Liuteria di Cremona I.P.I.A.L.L.). Restoration with Gimpel Solomon (class

At the age of 10 I took the first violin lessons and played for several years enthusiastically in youth orchestras. As early as 12, I was firmly committed : “I want to become a violinist.”

Baumgartner has been a well known name in violin making circles for more than 80 years. Fritz Baumgartner senior opened his business in Basel in 1920 and was later succeeded by his son, Fritz Baumgart

ATELIER DE LUTHERIE JOERG Workshop and shop of lutherie, founded in 1983 in Friborg (Switzerland) by Bernard Joerg. IMPORTANT: new address : Rue de Lausanne 6. 1st floor. Such. +41 (0) 26 322 28 22 in

GEIGENBAU-ATELIER M & M KUHN In the middle of the old town of Diessenhofen you will find our Geigenbau-Atelier in a 400-year-old craftsman’s house at Hintergasse 39. The ambience of the hous

FRANZISKA MOERGELI RESTORER OF STRINGED INSTRUMENTS Franziska Moergeli • Fine Instruments focuses on a collaborative approach together with the customer to find an Instrument, arriving at a tailored

ROLAND BAUMGARTNER – ATELIER FUR GEIGENBAU Baumgartner has been a well known name in violin making circles for more than 80 years. Fritz Baumgartner senior opened his business in Basel in 1920 a

Christoph & Raffael Sprenger Sprenger Geigenbau is the oldest shop for stringed instruments in Switzerland. The business was established in 1917 in St. Gallen by Fritz Sprenger. Christoph Sprenger

HELGE NETLAND Helge Netland was born in Bergen, Norway, in 1959. He apprenticed in the art of bowmaking with Benoít Rolland in Brittany, France, and later  with Mitsuaki Sassano in Paris. Under thei

FREDERIC BERTHOD Frédéric Berthod is born on the 2nd of july 1978 in Sierre in Switzerland. He completes his violinmaking studies in Cremona at the International Violinmaking School “Antonio S