A Collector’s Piece Inherited by the Genius of the Prestigious Bisiach Family Carlo Bisiach’s (1892-1968) production technique stood out even among the rest of the Bisiach family, who lead the rise of the modern Milanese school. He set up his own workshop in the 1920s and became independent from his father Leandro, and produced brilliant instruments in accordance with the Bisiach family’s tradition. Created in 1927, this violin was made with his favorite material, maple, and is synonymous with a Amatese Strad*. It is in an almost unused condition and was passed down by an Italian family, who directly purchased it from the Bisiach family. Its full-bodied and luminous sound created from its refined proportion is what it makes this concert violin distinctive, and its true character will shine through as it is played thoroughly.
*Referring to the Stradivarius model influenced by Amati in the 1680s.