Wolfram Neureither graduated from the Newark School of Violin Making in 1993. He then went to Montpellier to work at Frédéric Chaudière's shop before starting his own business in 2000.
In its special workshop, dating from the early 13th century, Neureither exclusively manufactures new instruments currently used in Europe, America and Asia.
Their violins, violas and cellos are inspired by the great Classical Cremonese School of the Amati, Guarneri and Stradivarius families, where aesthetic excellence seemed to be a very natural byproduct of everyday production.
As an amateur violinist, Neureither highly values the quality of sound, being of crucial importance to him.
In 2012 at the International Violin Making Competition for antique instruments, held in Pisogne (Italy), his viola was awarded the third prize and the special award for the best sound.
Together with his comrades Yann Poulaint, Frédéric Chaudière and Nicolas Gilles, he organized the International Music Academy of Montpellier (AIMM), the Stradivari Exhibition in 2008, together with eighteen instruments of the master from around the world at the Musee Fabre de Montpellier, and in 2001 The Violinmaker's Festival.
Wolfram Neureither Violin, 2014, here
Wolfram Neureither Cello, 2014, here