The way that Pierre felt as a young violinist revealed a true passion at the age of twelve. He had succeeded in achieving the richness of the sounds, the smoothness of the curves, the subtlety of the assembly of the seventy-five pieces of wood; this alchemy which can make the instrument vibrate.
To get to know this noble material and the various tools used to work it, Pierre chose cabinetmaking, followed by marquetry. He not only manufactured items of furniture but also restored antique furniture.
At twenty-two his dream came true when he went to the Newark School of Violin Making in England ... continue