THE MAKERS' FORUM
PLATFORM DEDICATED TO THE
MAKING OF CONTEMPORARY INSTRUMENTS AND BOWS
Fabienne Gauchet trained at the Newark School of Violin Making from where she graduated successfully in 1998. She continued her training through apprenticeships, mainly in France, her birth country. Established in Canada since 2000, she worked at Wilder & Davis Luthiers in Montreal for fifteen years. There, she had the opportunity to work on fine instruments and to meet many talented musicians. Enriched by these experiences, she now devotes her time working on new instruments of her own. Constantly seeking to expand her knowledge she has been participating to the Oberlin Violin Making Workshop, exhibitions and international violin making competitions.
She has been awarded VSA Certificates of Merit for Workmanship for a cello in 2014 and a violin in 2016, a Certificate of Merit for Tone for a cello in 2018 and a double Certificate of Merit for Tone and Workmanship in 2018 for a viola. She was also finalist at Viola’s 2016 and received an honorable mention for a violin at the XVth Triennale in Cremona in 2018.