Luca Slaviero was born in Cremona on April 28, 1991, where he grew up and obtained his high school diploma from "Liceo Scientifico" in 2010.
During the 2011-2012 academic year he graduated at "CR Forma", in Cremona, for the course of "Production Technician - Builder of bows for musical instruments" under the guidance of his father Maestro Emilio Slaviero and Maestro Lorenzo Lazzarato.
He then carried out an internship in Paris Maestro Tibor Kovacs's atelier in Rue de Rome and subsequently moved to Lyon at Maestro Sylvain Bygot's atelier.
He regularly participates in various annual music fairs such as Tokyo, Shanghai, New York and Frankfurt.
In 2016 he participated in the 1st String Competition organized by "Darling Publications" in Amsterdam, obtaining the first prize in the violin category both for best sound and bow operation.
In 2018 he participated in the 8th Mittenwald Violin Making and Bow Making Competition, winning the gold medal with the violin bow.
In the same year he held the role of bowmaker for the maintenance of the bows during the "Garda Lake Music Academy Master 2019", organized by Maestro Luca Ranieri.
His models are inspired by the French tradition of the end of the 18th century up to the first decades of the 20th century such as that of Tourte, Pajeot, Simon, Peccatte, Viorin and Sartory, always looking for new forms of expression that link tradition to modernity.
He currently collaborates with his father Emilio at the Cremona atelier, developing his knowledge in the field of restoration and crafting.