Francesco Piasentini has been making stringed instruments since 2001, when he graduated as an “Operator for Violin Making” at the international violin-making school “A. Stradivari” in Cremona, under the guidance of Maestro Aromatico Fantoni.
In 2005, I refined the Cremonese classical method at the atelier of Maestro Min Sung Kim, winner of several violin-making contests and a former classmate in Cremona.
I then started a collaboration with the Atelier of Maestro Giovanni Lazzaro, contributing in the construction and restoration of fine instruments, until 2014.
I put particular care and attention into the sound and playability of the instruments, treasuring my experiences in restoration and acoustic set-up.
This viola pattern was created from the Girolamo Amati Viola hosted in the “Galleria Estense”, Modena, Italy.
CT scans is very useful for creating faithful patterns, because is not affected by photographic abberrations or perspective distorsions.
Alcune immagini del violino “Teresa”, ispirato ad un modello di Domenico Montagnana. Vernice ad olio, riflessi cangianti a seconda del calore della luce.
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