ファビオ・ペレーゴ Flavio Perego
Born in 1967, Flavio Perego began to study the violin at the Academy of Como, Italy then continuing at Saronno accomplishing skills according to Turconi of la “Scala” Orchestra of Milan.
He completed his studies at the Riccardo Bergonzi Scolari, Bissolotti and Conia Schooll, obtaining a Diploma in 1986.
He worked for about 4 years with Maestro Giorgio Scolari fulfilling his technical and design skills as well as learning the secrets of excellent varnishing.
He makes violinis violas and violoncellos based on classical Cremonese models (Stradivari, Guarnieri del Gesu’, Amati).
These musical instruments are made from top quality wood and are varnished by Alcool based varnishes in orange brown colour on a golden yellow background. With the knowledge of violin making technical skills, this has allowed him to perfection his Making of particular parts of the instruments (neck, chin rest, NOCETTA peg Box).
Thus offering his clientele, conditions and sensibility that often, instrument players Look for in an instruments .
He lives and works in Cremona in Via Madonnina 72, where his laboratory is often overrun by students who want to have suggestions about the art of violin Making.