Jason Viseltear makes violins, violas, and cellos for both contemporary and period / baroque performance. His atelier in Manhattan since 1995, his first studies were with Robert Young that led to the partnership and workshop of Viseltear & Young until 2002; additional studies were with Brice Dupin de Saint Cyr, Michael Sheibley, and FranÃ§ois Denis. Since 2001 he has worked alongside leading makers and researchers at the Oberlin Workshops, focusing on the methods of classical masters as well as current innovations. Employing the techniques of Renaissance design, his own work has been influenced by close studies of masterworks from da Salo to Scarampella, Joseph Filius to Testore, del GesÃ¹ to Peter of Venice. Dedicated solely to making new instruments and to providing the ongoing support fine players expect, his award-winning work is in the hands of many performing musicians and professionals, as well included in esteemed conservatory and private collections. He is a member of the American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers.
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