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Andranik Gaybaryan Violin 2012 Op. 99

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A modern classic from a highly respected master, this violin possesses strong projection, fine balance, and a versatility that is found in the best instruments. Carefully selected wood, with a beautiful two-piece maple back, sawn on the quarter. Top is of medium grained spruce. The varnish is a light to medium orange-amber over a golden ground.

Price: $25,000

Size: 4/4

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Andranik Gaybaryan

Andranik Gaybaryan

Andranik Gaybaryan began his violin studies at the age of 6, eventually earning his Artist’s Diploma from the Rachmaninov Conservatory of Music, in Rostov, Russia. Simultaneously, he studied violinmaking, rising to head of restoration at his alma mater. His studies in both violin performance and violin making informs his work. His efforts have led to the highest praise from such luminaries as Zakhar Bron and Vadim Repin, among many others. Establishing his workshop in Massachusetts in 2002, Andranik Gaybaryan has honed his reputation as one of the most respected luthiers in the US. His instruments are heard on concert stages around the world and his making is indicative of a master who is also a professional violinist.