Gio Batta Morassi

The Morassi dynasty began with Gio Batta, who gave and gives a voice to some of the most prestigious contemporary instruments in the world. He is not only a great master luthier, but he is also the founder of the Italian Luthier Association, aimed at promoting the luthier culture. The same love, method and skill can be seen in his son Simeone and his grandson Giovanni Battista, both winners of international competitions. The workshop attracts musicians and collectors looking for unique instruments, created with a methodological rigour that never fails to reveal the personality and sensitivity of the creator.

Gio Batta Morassi

Monday to Friday from 9 am to 12.30 pm and from 3 pm to 6 pm
Via Lanaioli, 3, Cremona, CR, Italia - +39 037238747 - http://www.morassi.com

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