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You will find Corilon violins in city centre of Munich in Au-Haidhausen near Gasteig Philharmonie. More information on how to find us is available at DirectionsPlease contact us to arrange a personal appointment for your visit  so we can have the instruments ready you are interested in. You can give us a call or send us an email to let us know about your preferences.

The people at Corilon and our workshop for professional violin making and restoration are dedicated to their specialist work and focus on intricate technical tasks. We hope you understand that we are happy to assist you to a limited extent, but we need to focus the majority of our attention on our online catalogue presentation and making the instruments ready for you to play.

Instrument trials are possible by appointment only during our business hours between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Please contact us in time to make appointments by phone or email so that we can arrange opportunities to play selected instruments. Our online catalogue provides thorough information about each instrument, including a detailed portrait and a professionally recorded audio clip. This allows you to find the best violins, violas, cellos and violin bows for you needs without even leaving your home.

We are always pleased to receive visitors (by appointment) and suggest the best instruments that suit you, but we hope you understand that we cannot offer you extensive consultation. Our team focus on the daily updates of our online catalogue and giving our instruments all of the unhurried time and effort they deserve.

 

Corilon violins • Lilienstrasse 2, 1st floor Entrance Zeppelinstr. • D-81669 München • Germany
Phone: +49 (0)89-444 19 619 • Fax: +49 (0)89-444 19 620
mail@corilon.comwww.corilon.com


EU debit cards, cash payments and bank tranfer payments are generally accepted free of charge. Credit card payments are subject to a 3.5% card transaction fee.

Our atelier will also accept commissions for service work and tonal optimization and adjustment. Please contact us for service prices or an estimate if you are interested in receiving quality work and service for your instrument. Please also have a look at our instructions about safely shipping a violin to us if you are sending your instrument in from abroad.



New arrivals in our catalogue
  • Old Markneukirchen violin, 1940's (Saxony)
  • Fine, petite Mittenwald viola by Anton Jais c.1790 (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
  • Contemporary Italian viola from Cremona by Piergiuseppe Esposti
  • SALE Eugène Nicolas Sartory: Fine French violin bow (certificate J.-F. Raffin) - investment
  • Fine French Georges Apparut violin, 1934
  • Antique Czech master violin. A fine copy of Johann Georg Thir, c.1900
  • Old Bohemian violin
  • French violin bow, c.1900, atelier Charles Nicolas Bazin
  • Powerful German violin bow by H.R. Pfretzschner, silver
  • Old French violin bow, J.T.L. for Pierre Hel
  • French violin by H. Emile Blondelet, No. C7, 1924
  • English violin by Jeffery J. Gilbert, 1906
  • Czech master violin by Carolus Joseph Dvorak, Prague 1940
  • SALE Victor Fétique. Fine French violin bow, approximately 1930 – round stick (certificate by J. F. Raffin)
  • Stefano Conia, modern Italian viola, Cremona 1985 (certificate Stefano Conia)
  • 3/4 - 19th century Mittenwald 3/4 violin, approx. 1880
  • WORKED OVER AND OPTIMIZED Cristiano Ferrazzi, Verona: Italian violin op. 120 - Violinist's recommendation!
  • H. Derazey workshop, fine 19th century French violin
  • Mittenwald master violin by Karl Sandner, 1968
  • French violin #316 by René Morizot (certificate by Rene Morizot)
  • Rare violin by Joseph Michael Gschiell, Pest, Hungary 1789
  • WORKED OVER AND IMPROVED Fine violin of the Thir circle / school, approx. 1750 (certificate Hieronymus Köstler)
  • Fine French 3/4 violin bow, c.1920
  • Silver mounted violin bow. 1950's, Markneukirchen