Fine cellos including smaller-sized and baroque cellos

Among our collection of twenty fine cellos are makers from Cremona, Naples, Milan, Florence, Venice and the major European schools. Some of these cellos have been loaned to players for competitions and recitals but most have not been on the market for decades.

We invite your inquiry.

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As an instrument dealer
The person I thank for finding my extraordinary Landolfi cello is Curt Bryant. I had been looking for the right instrument for close to ten years. Curt had the knowledge and insight to find the perfect instrument for me as well as the remarkable skill to bring it into playing shape.

Curt has found a number of beautiful instruments for my students. His knowledge of cellos is truly vast. I am astounded by the discoveries he has made and the valuable information he has given my students and myself.

Rhonda Rider
Head of Strings, Cello faculty, Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Cello Faculty, Boston University

Curtis Bryant has been immensely helpful to me and so many of my students as a highly knowledgeable and trusted dealer of instruments. I am always eager to recommend him to anyone looking to purchase a new instrument or bow because I completely trust his judgment, professionalism, and impeccable honesty in the representation  of an instrument’s pedigree, condition and fair value. Additionally, Curt is a true gentleman in all ways , who treats the needs of students and amateur musicians with the same respect and seriousness as those of established professional musicians of the highest level. It is rare to find a person of such quality and integrity in any field, and Curtis Bryant, an artist of the highest caliber, is one such person. I am happy to be counted as one of his biggest fans!

Alan Stepansky
Professor of Cello and Chair of the Strings Department, Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University
Cello Faculty Manhattan School of Music
Artist Faculty, Music Academy of the West
Former Associate Principal New York Philharmonic