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Martin Heroux & Isabelle Wilbaux 16.5" viola, "Chanterelle", Sainte-Émélie-de-l'Énergie, Canada, 2001

Martin Heroux & Isabelle Wilbaux 16.5" viola, "Chanterelle", Sainte-Émélie-de-l'Énergie, Canada, 2001

$23,000.00
Code: VA165~W98-2

This instrument is part of our fifth annual Contemporary American Makers Exhibition, 2022

Isabelle Wilbaux has been crafting her violins, violas, and cellos for more than three decades. Today, some of the world’s most distinguished musicians play Wilbaux instruments.

Musicians always comment on the power, warmth and beauty of tone in her instruments. This tone is the result of thousands of hours of research, experimentation, and hard work. Her instruments give players what they want most: an extraordinarily rich, balanced and sonorous palette of colours to work with.

Website: www.wilbaux.com

Member of : 

The EILA   Entente Internationale des Luthiers et Archetiers

the American Federation of Violin and Bow Maker

The Violin Society of America

the Makers' Forum Canadian Association of Violin and Bow makers



Prizes and awards include:

 

The Violin Society of America – Various medals and prizes for tone and workmanship: violins, violas and quartets, between1998 and 2018

Concours international de lutherie et d’archèterie de la ville de Paris – Bronze medal,

violin, 1999

Fondation belge de la vocation prize, 1995

Cremona Triennale International – Three prizes, including the Sacconi Prize, viola, 1994

Mittenwald International Violin Making Competition – Prize for best tone, violin, 1993

 

Article number: VA165~W98-2
Availability: In stock

This instrument is part of our fifth annual Contemporary American Makers Exhibition, 2022

Isabelle Wilbaux has been crafting her violins, violas, and cellos for more than three decades. Today, some of the world’s most distinguished musicians play Wilbaux instruments.

Musicians always comment on the power, warmth and beauty of tone in her instruments. This tone is the result of thousands of hours of research, experimentation, and hard work. Her instruments give players what they want most: an extraordinarily rich, balanced and sonorous palette of colours to work with.

Website: www.wilbaux.com

Member of : 

The EILA   Entente Internationale des Luthiers et Archetiers

the American Federation of Violin and Bow Maker

The Violin Society of America

the Makers' Forum Canadian Association of Violin and Bow makers



Prizes and awards include:

 

The Violin Society of America – Various medals and prizes for tone and workmanship: violins, violas and quartets, between1998 and 2018

Concours international de lutherie et d’archèterie de la ville de Paris – Bronze medal,

violin, 1999

Fondation belge de la vocation prize, 1995

Cremona Triennale International – Three prizes, including the Sacconi Prize, viola, 1994

Mittenwald International Violin Making Competition – Prize for best tone, violin, 1993

 

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