Konrad Kohlert Viola 16.3 inches

    Konrad Kohlert Viola 16.3 inches

    $25,000.00

    This viola is Kohlert's unique model, which draws inspiration from the Brescian School. The Brescian School is renowned for producing high-quality violas in the 16th and 17th centuries, crafted by famous makers such as Maggini and Gaspar Da Salo. The size of this particular viola measures 16.3 inches (41.4 cm).

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    Konrad Kohlert Viola 16.3 inches

    This viola is Kohlert's unique model, which draws inspiration from the Brescian School. The Brescian School is renowned for producing high-quality violas in the 16th and 17th centuries, crafted by famous makers such as Maggini and Gaspar Da Salo. The size of this particular viola measures 16.3 inches (41.4 cm).

    Born in Haguenau in 1957, Konrad Kohlert developed a passion for instrument crafting at a young age, following in his father's footsteps, who was also an instrument maker. At only 12 years old, he carved his first scroll with the guidance of his father. Later, at the age of 15, Konrad began his training with master violin maker Ernst Heinrich Roth in Bubenreuth and also attended the Violin Making School in Mittenwald.

    After completing his apprenticeship in 1976, Konrad worked in his father's workshop for a few years. He later obtained his Master's degree from Nuremberg in 1987. Since then, he has been self-employed and manages a workshop in Poxdorf, located in Forchheim. Konrad is a member of the German violin-making association and "the Guild of Bowed and Plucked String Instrument Makers' Erlangen." He also assesses young violin makers who have achieved their Master's degrees.

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