Fine Italian violin made by this well known Cremonese maker - focused sound and soloistic tone.
Michele Buccellé was born in Cremona the 23rd of July 1981.
He studied at the International School of violin making in Cremona and he graduated in 2000 led by Masters Massimo Negroni and Wanna Zambelli.
From 2001 until 2010 he worked in Maestro Maurizio Tadioli workshop where he perfected his manual skills and his style.
Currently he mostly makes instruments studying and basing on great instruments from the past. He also experiments with different constructive methods.
He takes instruments by Stradivari, Guarneri del Gesù, Ornati, Garimberti and Poggi as models.
His instruments are appreciated both by well-known Italian and foreign performers (Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini, Malaysian Philarmonic Orchestra, …) and by young international talented musicians.
In 2009, at the XII International “Triennale” Competition of violin making, he was awarded the Sabino Preti prize, as young violin maker from Cremona with the highest score.