Ludivine Brouillet grew up in Dijon, France. At age 8, she discovered her passion for violins and with the help of violin maker Pascal Cranga, she later discovered what it meant to be a luthier.
She entered the renowned Newark School of Violin Making and Repair in 2016. During her studies, Ludivine went to many luthier in Europe and America such as Alexandre Breton, Markus Laine, Philip Brown, Mathias Bailly, etc..., opening up her views and methods with work experiences, following into the old master's footsteps.
Her Stradivari based cello made during her school time earned her the prestigious French Fondation de la Vocation Marcel Bleutin - Blanchet award.
A year later, and her last year as being a student, Ludivine won the Colin Garrett Prize, awarded to the student who has made the most outstanding progress during the whole scholarship.
With my sponsor Aurélie Tristant at the award ceremony becoming a Lauréate
of the Fondation Marcel Bleustein - Blanchet, Décembre 2019 Paris
Since 2019, Ludivine pursued her career by working for several workshops in the Netherlands and then opening her own workshop in The Hague.
She is dedicating her work into making violins, violas and cellos for local and international players.
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" I have had the great pleasure of playing a Ludivine Brouillet violin-like all her instruments it was beautifully crafted with a gorgeous, even tone throughout the whole register that made it a joy to play"