(c. 1640 – c. 1706)
Bartolomeo Pasta was a pupil of Nicolò Amati in Cremona in 1660, around the same time as Giovanni Battista Rogeri. In 1673 he settled in Milan (in the same house as Testore), where his sons Christoforo, Domenico and Gaetano were born and worked as violin makers (although no instruments by Christoforo are recorded).
Some have speculated that Pasta was employed in the Grancino workshop in ...Read More Milan, but no firm evidence of a connection between the two families has so far been discovered. Read Less
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