corilon violins


Offres d'emploi

Corilon violins : Offres d’emploi pour maître luthier, luthier et archetier

Poste vacant à partir du 20 septembre 2015

Deux luthiers ou maîtres luthiers (h/f) (archetier) (à plein temps ou à mi-temps)

Notre atelier est situé à Munich, dans un bâtiment néo-baroque à proximité du Deutsches Museum et de la Philharmonie du Gasteig . Votre mission sera d’effectuer tous les travaux de restauration sur notre large gamme d’instruments anciens, afin de les rendre prêt à être jouer chacun dans sa qualité appropriée. Nous vous offrons un milieu de travail agréable dans un atelier moderne avec des activités variées et une rémunération attrayante liée à la performance.

Le candidat doit :

• avoir acquis une formation de luthier avec succès,

• avoir un intérêt passionné pour les instruments anciens,

• avoir une expérience professionnelle de quelques années,

• être en mesure de travailler efficacement avec enthousiasme et d’être habile, créatif et autonome.

Violons Corilon cherche des employés fiables intéressés pour un emploi à long terme. Nous nous réjouissons de recevoir votre candidature avec les documents usuels (CV, photos, certificats et lettres de références).

Corilon violins · Lilienstrasse 2 · Entrance Zeppelinstr. · D-81669 München
Phone: +49 (0)89-444 19 619 · Fax: +49 (0)89-444 19 620 ·

Tone optimization and service repairs

As of 1 May 2015, our master atelier will also accept commissions for service work and tonal optimization and adjustment (national & international).

Team workshop/restoration:
Senior master violin maker: Bernhard D. Fischer
Junior violin maker: Guillemette Boudoux d'Hautefeuille

Corilon violins · Lilienstrasse 2 · D-81669 Munich
Phone: +49 (0)89-444 19 619 · Fax: +49 (0)89-444 19 620 ·

Permanently looking for motivated violin makers and restorers

Corilon violins has open positions for talented violin makers and restorers in Munich. Send us your CV and photos of your work today!

Corilon violins, Munich

Corilon violins has changed address and moved to Munich early 2014. Visit our new representative office and atelier rooms in Munich Central City, in the neighborhood of Deutsches Museum and Gasteig concert hall.

Corilon violins nominated for the German Design Council competition

The "Rat für Formgebung" (German Design Council) has nominated Corilon violins’ corporate design and two postcard motifs to the “Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany” competition. These works had previously received the internationally renowned Red Dot Design award, which qualified them for the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany competition. Only works which have won design prizes at national or international competitions are eligible for the highest German design award. Our much-admired postcard motifs may be sent for free from our website at: E-Card.

Co & Co

In the 100% Magenta 2011 issue of Co & Co, a design magazine, our corporate design was showcased in a two-page spread. Every three months, Co & Co presents the most interesting contemporary design trends from the international world of
business — a feast for the eyes, and not just for professional designers.

Corilon violins at the red dot Design Museum

The red dot Design Museum in Essen is located in the Zeche Zollverein cultural centre, and world heritage and the avant garde come together at this UNESCO-listed site. During the upcoming year, Corilon violins will be a featured guest in the cultural heart of the Ruhr Valley region in central western Germany. Motifs from our series of postcards and posters will be on display along with exhibitions from the other winners of this year's red dot Design Awards — and we could not envision a better setting for the exhibit. The current show at the red dot Design Museum is open to visitors on site and online guests at, and it demonstrates that good style can build a bridge between tradition and contemporary creativity. The Corilon motifs can be sent for free as e-cards or downloaded as screensavers in our service section.

Shortlisted for the MfG Award

Corilon violins' new corporate design is a smashing success: our new look was named one of the 17 top designs the Bundesverband Druck und Medien, the German Printing and Media Industries Federation, nominated for this year's MfG Award.

Two “red dot”s for Corilon's new design

Corilon violins is pleased to have won two prizes in the internationally respected red dot design competition: our new corporate design and the related series of postcards and posters won the jury over. The new style can be seen on our correspondence, shipping materials and other office supplies. In early December, our website will also feature the new look, just in time for the presentation of the red dot Award.

Corilon violins donates a major instrument in the history of Mittenwald violin making

To commemorate the special exhibition entitled "Mathias Klotz and sons – early Mittenwald violin making" Corilon violins donated a rare violin crafted by Georg I. Klotz (1687-1737) to the violin-making museum in Mittenwald. The newly discovered instrument dating back to the second generation of the Klotz Family ranks amongst the few surviving works by Georg Klotz. 

New arrivals in our catalogue
  • Antique Saxon master violin - 19th century, c.1870
  • 19th century Mittenwald violin. Neuner & Hornsteiner, approx. 1860
  • Raffaello Bozzi at Antonio Monzino: Italian violin, 1940's
  • Italian violin, Romedio Muncher, Cremona 1929
  • American violin by W. Wilkanowski, Brooklyn, 1938
  • H. Derazey: Fine French violin from the workshop of Jean-Joseph Honoré Derazey
  • Saxonian violin by master luthier Max Heiling
  • Old Markneukirchen violin from Schuster & Co., 1942
  • Antique Markneukirchen violin, probably Schuster & Co.
  • Antique Violin from Saxony, approx. 1870
  • Antique Markneukirchen violin of quality, c.1890
  • Markneukirchen master violin, 1940's
  • German student violin after Stradivari, from Bubenreuth
  • Giorgio Grisales: Modern Italian violin, Cremona (certificate Giorgio Grisales)
  • Northern German violin by Richard Berger, Stralsund
  • German violin from Mittenwald, 1970'ies
  • Contemporary master violin by Marc de Sterke
  • Interesting German post-war violin, Hopf workshop, Taunusstein-Wehen
  • Contemporary Italian violin by Giovanni Lazzaro, Padua 1990
  • Fine Mittenwald master violin, c.1740, Sebastian Klotz circle
  • Antique Czech master violin. A fine copy of Johann Georg Thir, c.1900
  • Antique French 3/4 violin. Probably J.T. L.
  • François Fent, a fine historic French viola of the late 18th century (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
  • Marcello Martinenghi, 1949: Fine Italian viola (certificate Eric Blot)