Violinist and violin teacher
Conductor Ms Büsel, Some of the young musicians play instruments from Peter Erben.
ViolistAntonio Stradivari violin, "Ex-Busch", 1716Has his bows and violins repaired with us
ViolistViolin from J.B. Guadagnini, Parma, 1765Scholarship holder of the Anne-Sophie-Mutter-Stiftung
The workshop presents itself...
Violinist and violin teacher Plays a Stradivari “The Brodsky” from 1702
This workshop is very special: between knocking, sanding and filing, the sweet sounds of a violin flow through the air, a cello is being tuned, a viola is being tried out: the workshop of violin maker Peter Erben has a long tradition in Munich.
Cellist, student of Rostropowitsch and author of his own etude textbook
late bassist (1920 - 2003) Author of a contrabass textbook published by Doblinger-Verlag, during his lifetime a customer of Peter Erben
Following two months of work, violin maker Peter Erben completed a cello made from old wood from Munich Cathedral. A few coats of varnish are naturally still needed, but it can now be played.
Did you know that making violins is very difficult? They consist of over 70 individual pieces! A master violin maker needs around four weeks to complete an instrument. This is thus reserved for real experts.
Violist and viola professor
For 500 years, it served as a roof beam in Munich’s Frauenkirche, for 50 years it was in storage in the uplands region, and now it is being used to create a cello. The Munich-based violin maker Peter Erben is producing an instrument worth 28,000 euros for a chassis engineer.
violinist, violist and professor Viola from Peter Erben
Violinist and good friend Antonio Stradivari violin, “Ex-Brüstlein”, 1707 on loan from the Austrian National Bank
Violist, BratschenprofessorViola from Peter Erben
Violinist and composerViolin from Peter Erben
violinist and founder “Musiktage Starnberg”
Does a musical instrument have a soul? Is there a perfect sound? The violist Tabea Zimmermann and violin maker Peter Erben investigated these questions.
Interview "MK Online" dated 22/02/2014
Interview dated 18/03/2011 "Musik in Dresden"
Sonja Korkeala violin, Gerhard Urban violin, Martin Wandel viola, Clemens Weigel violoncello Clemens Weigel (friend and cellist) plays, among other things, a cello from Peter Erben. Concert series in the Max-Joseph-Saal in Munich
conductor, violinist and violin professor, and long-standing customer