top of page
Andrea Varazzani, Cremona, Italy, 2019 Ysaÿe 1740 Guarneri model

*SOLD or NO LONGER AVAILABLE* , listing for archive purposes only. Check violins tab for current inventory listings.

An aesthetically faithful reproduction of a violin made by Andrea Varazzani in Cremona, Italy in 2019 modeled after the Ysaÿe 1740 Guarneri del Gesù. It is an incredibly responsive soloistic violin with a tone full of clear and carrying harmonic content, punchy smoothness, colorful and modulable sound yet capable of darkness at will.This is our 3nd offering of a long collaboration for clients to view.Sound demonstration link: 35.4cmUB 16.7cmMB 11.2cmLB 20.4cmStop Length 13.4cm About: Andrea was born in Napoli in 1982 and he moved to Sesto Cremonese in 1992. In 2000, he graduates with his diploma at the “International Violinmaker School Antonio Stradivari” in Cremona with the direction of the teachers Massimo Negroni and Wanna Zambelli. He worked for five years with the Master Daniele Tonarelli where he improved his style and techniques. In 2006, he opened a workshop in Sesto Cremonese, town nearby Cremona. His works takes starting point from the classical Cremonese violinmaking school giving much attention at the materials and the sound quality. He uses alcohol and oil varnish with transparent and brilliant textures. In 2006, 2009, and 2015 he took part in the Tri-yearly International Contest of Arch Instruments “Antonio Stradivari”. In 2008, he took part in the National Contest of Violinmaker “Città di Pisogne” where he presented a violin and he won a bronze medal. Andrea is a member of the Consortium of Violinmakers “Antonio Stradivari” Cremona and he has the license for use the “Cremona Liuteria” trademark. He is a member of the Italian Lutherie Association (A.L.I.).

Andrea Varazzani, Cremona, Italy, 2019 Ysaÿe 1740 Guarneri model

    bottom of page