Luca Olzer Bio
I was born in Trento in 1986 surrounded by a family of musicians, woodsmen and artisans.
I approached the piano as a child, around the age of six, and have always cultivated a passion for wood and nature.
After obtaining a scientific degree, I continued my studies in Parma at the “International School of Violin Making” under the guidance of Renato Scrollavezza, Elisa Scrollavezza and Andrea Zanrè. After the experience of Parma I returned to Trentino, continuing to train in the field of stringed instruments and attending luthier courses with Luca Primon and Dario Michielon.
During my training, I collaborated with various colleagues in particular with Theo Marks (American violin maker).
I won the first prize for my viola at the “International Competition of Violin Making in Pisogne”in 2009 in the section for young makers.
In 2013 I graduated in jazz piano to which I dedicate myself regularly.
Over the course of little more than ten years I have built many instruments among violins, violas and cellos which are played and appreciated in Italy and in Europe.
Occasionally I dedicate myself to the construction of guitars and other acoustic and electrical instruments.
Source: Maker’s Website