Mariano Delledonne is an Argentinian luthier who specializes in the construction, repair, and handmade restoration of plucked string instruments. He makes classical guitars and a variety of latin-american instruments such as Charango, Requinto, Tres Cubano and Cuatro Venezolano.With over 12 years of professional experience in luthiery, his instruments are defined by combining traditional elements with innovative designs. Mariano’s work achieved the Award of Excellence for Handicrafts of UNESCO, awarded by the World Craft Council in 2014.

Delgado (Nilton)

Since 2007, Nilton Delgado, has made bass and electric guitars with first-class quality standards in the international market and with special emphasis on design. Chilean and imported woods are selected for each instrument, which is manufactured to custom order.

Claudio Lazcano del Castillo

Claudio Lazcano del Castillo began his training in 1984 in the luthiery workshops of Ateneo Los Teques in Venezuela. Since 1985 he has made plucked instruments for various institutions, among which are: the Camerata de Caracas, the Estudiantina del Banco Industrial de Venezuela, Universidad de Los Andes, Central University of Venezuela, Mavesa Cultural Project, the Foundation Bigott and the National Cultural Council as well as renowned figures of musical performance as Saul Vera, Julio Medina, Cheo Hurtado, Christoph Soto, Isabel Palacios, Jonathan Coles, Rafael Brito, Ivan Adler, Salomé Sandoval, Luis Pino. In 1997 he took some training courses with Paul Fischer, in the August International Festival in Caracas. He makes traditional instruments, including those belonging to the Latin American traditions, but also old European instruments such as lutes, harps, mandorlas, Renaissance and Baroque guitars.

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