Violin Consortium (4)
The instruments of the consortium are made by four talented master maskers. Each hand selects the tonewood to be used for every instrument they make. All tonewood is European Grade A. The maple is from Bosnia and the spruce is from northern Italy. These makers make one violin every four to six weeks. They craft fine copies of instruments made by the old Italian masters. They also make fine instruments of their own interpretation. Instruments can also be commisioned
Danio Wu (1)
Lelio Pan (1)
Marco Jian (1)
Dennis Yi (1)
Nicolo Marcasi (2)
Marcasi brings a special talent evidenced by his extraordinary handwork and careful attention to every detail. His instruments are handcrafted in the style of the old Italian masters.
Viktor Kereske (6)
These instruments are of the highest European hand-made quality and are made in the shop of Viktor Kereske - Budapest, Hungary. All of his instruments are expertly hand-made and hand graduated. They have a hand rubbed varnish finish in the Cremonese style. Only the finest aged materials are used. These instruments possess excellent tone and superior projection. They are well balanced and sought after by professional musicians as well as aspiring players.
Rudolph Fiedler (3)
Rudolph Fiedler is a talented maker from the Czech Republic. He makes violins and cellos that are extraordinary. Fiedler also makes basses patterned after: G. P Maggi 1627, C.A. Testore 1716 ex. Bottesini, G. B Grancino 1695 ex. Posta, G. Dollen 1847, G. Ceruti 1818, L. Ch. Gittfried 1789 and G. B. Guadagnini 1757 Hougham. All Rudolph Fielder instruments are made in the Czech Republic.