Jessica De Saedeleer, Brussels, Belgium

Jessica De Saedeleer is a violin maker based in Brussels, Belgium.

She makes violins, violas and cellos inspired by the italian instruments of golden period.

Traditional techniques of violin making are combined with modern acoustical technologies with passion and excellence.


Jessica learned violin making at the International School of Cremona (IPIALL, Italy) and she graduated Musicology at the Brussels University (ULB).


Awarded by the Belgian fundation « Vocatio » in 2007, she regularly takes part to different workshops in acoustics, violin drawing, stylistic, varnishes, in Europe. She participates to several exhibitions of contemporary violin making in Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Sevilla. She also was part of the "Bilbao Project" in collaboration with the BELE, the violin making school of Bilbao.


She adjusts and repairs modern and baroque bowed instruments, finding the optimal adjustment for each instrument, harmonizing with the personality of each musician according to his needs and repertoire.

"Every new musical instrument is a crossroad between art, science, history, introspection and expression."