Scrollavezza & Zanrè, founded in 2002 in Parma by Elisa Scrollavezza and Andrea Zanrè, is active in the making, restoring and dealing of fine string instruments.
The aim of the workshop is to continue the artistic tradition transmitted through the teaching and the work of Renato Scrollavezza, which for over half a century has been, and still is, a synonym of personality, warmth and delicate equilibrium. In making new instruments, as well as in the preservation of antique ones, Scrollavezza & Zanrè strive to attain an ideal of excellence which is constantly pursued in the field of sound, and in the artistic essence of traditional craftsmanship.
An absolutely stunning violin by Andrea Zanrè and Elisa Scrollavezza, made in their workshop in Parma. This instrument perfectly combines exquisite craftsmanship and authentic Italian sound. It's inspired by a notable 1770s Balestrieri, the ex-Adam Han-Gorski, and will feature in Andrea Zanrè's upcoming Liuteria Mantovana publication. We chose this particular violin because it was the standout instrument at the Cremona Mondomusica fair. From sound to playability and aesthetics, this violin scores very highly in every category.View Instrument