Viola 16″ by Stefano Conia, Italy 1974 (no.12)

Viola 16″ by Stefano Conia, Italy 1974 (no.12)

This is an absolutely marvellous instrument, full of warmth, richness and character. It has a magnificently lush and even tone, perfect for cantabile playing and a G and C string capable immense power with luscious dark tone.

The back of this viola is gorgeous, with highly transparent vanish showing off a beautiful quilted figure on a two-piece back. The ribs have a lovely strong flame. The front piece has an even medium grain and elegant appearance. This viola is based of a Stradivari pattern and was made in Cremona 1974.

This is an excellent quality instrument and is highly player recommended.

Stefano Conia is an internationally renowned luthier who’s instruments are used by professionals worldwide. Conia studied, and later returned to teach at the International Violin Making School in Cremona. Conia utilises precisely chosen woods for his instruments and upholds the highest standard of quality and perfection in his art.

Length of back: 410mm