05.04.2017 - 08.04.2017 — Hall: 8.0 Stand: A 32
Founded in 1919, Thomastik-Infeld holds a special position in the music industry. In the world of bowed and fretted instruments, it is considered good form to string one’s instrument with Thomastik-Infeld strings.
The world-famous and probably most played violin string in the world - the dominant string - was just as much the result of the innovative enthusiasm of our technicians as the very popular Peter Infeld or Vision series. Over the past few years, Thomastik-Infeld has continued to establish highly successful products such as Spirocore and Belcanto string for double bass as well as the new Cello Versum strings.
This is part of the reason classical musicians such as the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra or concertmasters of the London or New York Philharmonic Orchestra rely on our expertise in the classical field.
Nevertheless, our guitar strings are also wildly popular among musicians, and the rock band The Strokes or the Austrian band Bilderbuch swear by our competence. In close collaboration with the world-famous jazz guitarist George Benson, we also developed the George Benson signature series.
Thomastik-Infeld has been producing handmade strings for almost 100 years, constantly thriving for innovation and improvement. World-class musicians around the globe trust the sound and quality of our extraordinary strings. The combination of handmade craftsmanship, engineering excellence and a highly passionate team is the secret to our success.
Thomastik-Infeld produces handmade for bowed and fretted instruments right in the heart of one of the world's music capitals - Vienna.
Our most famous product is undoubtly the Dominant string for violins, but we also manufacture very popular high-class strings for cello, double bass and viola such as Spirocore, Belcanto, Cello VERSUM as well as the Peter Infeld and Vision string series.
Rock musicians such as The Strokes or the Austrian band Bilderbuch swear by our expertise just as much as Jazz musicians like George Benson or Grammy winner Gregory Porter.