About Kremona
Kremona’s history starts in 1924 in a small workshop,  founded by the master craftsman Dimitar Georgiev. He served his apprenticeship in the famous town of Markneukirchen, Germany, and then established the luthier art in Bulgaria. He devoted his whole life to the art of making instruments, and included many of his relatives in the enterprise.


The first samples of his craftsmanship brought him and his colleagues awards and established the fine reputation of Kremona instruments. The luthiers at Kremona studio reproduce models of Stradivari and other famous masters or make precise copies of old instruments keeping the genuine individuality of each instrument. The fine approach to detail, perfect varnish and precise selection of well-seasoned wood turns to be their winning formula.


“…This instrument is absolutely amazing! The tone is exceptional: load, rich, deeply resonant, extremely responsive, even from bottom to top, and it’s only going to get better with time...”
”…It’s a great bass with full sound. The low B is like a thunder…”
Jose Garcia – Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra

Premium European Violins in Boutique Productions

There is an old story that Stradivari and Amati used to buy their wood from the majestic Bulgarian Rodopi Mountains. Part of the secret of the Kremona Studio instruments lies in the acoustic characteristics of the spruce and maple woods coming from the Bulgarian mountains

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Violins by  Master Luthier Hristo Nikolov

Professional Series

Master Series

Orchestra Series

Replica of the old Antonio Stradivari Violin, ‘Baron Oppenheim, Professor Exner’1716

Replica of the old Stradivari ‘Cremonese, Harold Joachim’1715

Handcrafted with the right measurements, revived antiqued varnish. The Antonio Stradivari replica is built carefully by luthiers of Kremona, making them very playable, and with warm, clear sound and great resonance

Antonio Stradivari Cremonese 1715 Replica is skillfully crafted according to the original Cremonese violin. Handcrafted in Bulgaria by master luthier with well-chosen tonewood from the famous Balkan region

Excellent playability, great sound resonance and ‘ringing’ high register!

Handcrafted in Kazanlak of Bulgaria Republic

Crafted in Stradivari 1716 model

Beautifully crafted with excellent responsive tone, close-grained spruce top and nice flamed maple back/sides and neck from the Balkan region

Suitable for orchestra and serious players

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