Yael Rosenblum

Yael Rosenblum instruments are chosen to be played by concertmasters and first players of La Scala Simphony orchestra in Milan, Florence Opera theatre, Rome symphony “Santa Cecilia” orchestra, Israel Philharmonic and many others in Europe and the U.S.

Yael started playing the violin as a child in the seventies and graduated with excellence from the “Israel Arts and Science Academy in Jerusalem”, won her place at the IDF orchestra founded by Sir Isaac Stern in the sixties.

In 1999, she decided to use her knowledge of the violin from the violinist’s point of view to make superior instruments. She moved to Cremona to attend the Antonio Stradivari School of Violin Making as well as the IFTS Superior Techniques of Baroque Violinmaking course, and graduated from both as first student of the class. She worked with restorers from the famous Jacques Francais and Renè Morel in New York, then decided to establish herself permanently in Cremona, the historic and original city where violins come from.

Her musical and instrumental knowledge contributes to her continuous research of rich sound and the execution of comfortable playing of all stringed instruments.

Yael Rosenblum creates classical and baroque stringed instruments using aged wood following the antique Cremonese tradition.