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About Luthier in Connecticut Usa: Lawrence Wilke

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Lawrence Wilke’s interest in musical instruments began when he started playing cello at 8 years old. He began his studies with Marijane Carr Seigal of the Lyric Opera of Chicago, who also taught his uncle violin maker David Caron. He completed his cello studies from 1981-84 with Dr. William Klenz of SUNY Binghamton.
He began his apprenticeship as a violin maker in 1978 at the age of 16 with his uncle, master violin maker David Caron. During this time he also studied bow making and repair with Philip Krause. In 1986 he completed his studies when he went to work for Andrew Dipper in Taynton England where he studied design and restoration. In 1988 he opened his own studio making violins, violas and specializing in cello making.

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Cello Goffriller
 

Lawrence Wilke Luthier

Cello Goffriller model

Hancrafted Cello made by Lawrence Wilke, luthier in Clinton Connecticut. This is a model of Janos Starker's Matteo Goffriller cello. I had the privilege of exam...

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Cello Montagnana
 

Lawrence Wilke Luthier

Cello Montagnana

THE MONTAGNANA IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR MODELS. THE CELLO OUTLINE IS VERY WIDE AND SHORT. THE WIDTH BETWEEN THE C BOUTS GIVES THE CELLO A VERY BROAD, DARK SOU...

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