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Isabelle Wilbaux, Montréal, Canada 2005 Guarneri Model
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Isabelle Wilbaux, master luthier, was born (1965) and grew up in Tournai, a city of cultural richness among the oldest in Belgium. She has been making violins, violas and cellos for more than 20 years. Some of the greatest virtuosos today play with his instruments: violinists Sergiu Luca and Régis Pasquier, cellist Amélie Fradette, violinist Laura Andriani and cellist David Ellis of the Alcan Quartet, and many others.
Isabelle Wilbaux graduated from Maestro liutaio (Master luthier) in 1988 at the International School of Violin Making in Cremona, Italy. This prestigious school perpetuates the tradition of the great masters of the Cremona lutherie: Amati, Guarneri and Stradivari. Isabelle has also perfected her art for several years with Philippe Bodart in Besançon, France, and Jose-Maria Lozano in Madrid. She then opened her own workshop, first in Tournai, then in Brussels, and finally in Montreal where she has been successfully working since 1998.

Isabelle Wilbaux has won over the years numerous awards for the sound and the quality of execution of her instruments, The Violin Society of America , the international contests of the city of Paris, Cremona and Mittenwald, and others still in Canada, the United States and Europe. 

Isabelle Wilbaux, Montréal, Canada 2005 Guarneri Model

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