Violin making is a craft but also a science. That’s why I consider myself a craftsman luthier and field researcher, and I consider my workshop a “Lutherie Studio”.
I work using traditional methods, but without renouncing the advances that help me to improve the result of my work. I also research on the ancient construction techniques and on the possibilities that modern technology offers. I enjoy reproducing historical instruments, but I also like to try new things, because I believe that innovation is the basis of progress.
But violin making is also, and above all, an art; that is why I build my instruments and my bows with the same passion with which I play violin or I sing, with the same concentration and the same devotion as if I were on a stage. The applause that you receive with an instrument born from my hands or that has passed through my workshop, I also receive it with you. That’s why I love my work, because the applause is, after all, the true food of the artist.
Member of the Spanish Society of Professional Violin and Bow Makers
Visits by appointment only
Mayor de Sánchez Ocaña, 44 – Bajo 2
37700-Béjar (SA) Spain
(+34) 626 08 47 74