My Space: Victor Hugo Vélez's Tallinn workshop

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The Argentinian luthier presents his Estonian workshop

I began studying lutherie in my native Argentina in 2003, working with violin maker Lionnel Genovart. Six years later I went to Milan to study at the violin making school there, and after spending some time as apprentice in Italy, opened a workshop in Barcelona. At the beginning of 2013 I moved back to Buenos Aires, where I got several orders and at the end of 2014 I went to for a visit to Tallinn…

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