Gianrico Righele



Gianrico Righele, first violinist of the Florence opera house "I have never before had the pleasure to play on such a successful copy of an antique violin. Since i have Yael Rosenblum's violin i practically quite playing on my other antique instruments. i was lucky to find such a great maker that each of her creations is a prestege artistic object and sounds amazingly"

Simone Gramaglia


Simone Gramaglia, quartetto di Cremona "I have had the pleasure to play Yael's violas on more than one occasion and was always fascinated by their beauty of sound, ease of sound production and comfort. The capacity of combining these aspects along with aesthetic beauty makes Yael one of the best makers I have ever met."

Joshua Epstein



Joshua Epstein, violinist, Saarbrucken, Germany

“I was quite astonished to see, listen to and play the violins made by Yael Rosenblum. The strength, the depth of sound and the beauty were out of the common. Of course also in comparison with other violins.” 



Paolo Piomboni


Paolo Piomboni, first violinist of the of the Symphony Orchestra of the Santa Cecilia Academy and first solist violinist of the Baroque Academy of Santa Cecilia.

“I own two violins made by Yael Rosenblum, built from two different models. Both, with a diversity of character, show the quality of all Yael Rosenblum instruments which I have had the occasion to try – a warm, prompt and rich sound. They are very comfortable to play on and permit a brilliantly professional use immediately. The exponential improvement they show by being played on guarantees that Yael Rosenblum is one of the best violin makers of her generation.” 


Menahem Breuer



Menahem Breuer, concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and founding member of the “Israel Trio”.

“…playing a Yael Rosenblum viola, I find that the quality of sound and power of these instruments is outstanding indeed. The response of the instruments and the evenness of all four strings makes the playing very enjoyable and satisfying. Such an impressive “start” of a young violin maker who works in Cremona is to my opinion highly promising” 

Francesco Manara

Francesco Manara

solist Concertmaster of “Teatro alla Scala” Orchestra and of the “Filarmonica della Scala” Orchestra in Milan

“I own a violin made by Yael Rosenblum and i am very satisfied with the result of the sound, a good compromise between quality and depth. The sound is, in fact, very sweet and uniform on all 4 strings and it possesses a roundness that permits the optimum projection even in halls with more difficult acoustics. This young violin-maker who works in Cremona has already achieved the best results and leaves a good hope for the future of violin-making in Italy. “ 


Ilya Konovalov

 Ilya Konovalov, concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

"I have never enjoyed playing on a modern violin as much as the violin made by Yael Rosenblum. Everyone who has heard it agrees that it is a joyful surprise. I played it for Maestro Zubin Mehta, who continues to be very impressed by the quality and richness of the sound. The ease and comfort of producing a good sound on Yael Rosenblum’s violin is similar to what I feel when I am playing on the orchestra’s Stradivarius violin. Her violin is unlike other modern instruments I have seen. The “old Italian” sound is not only a pleasure to listen to but also the beauty of the instrument is a delight to see.”