Frank Daro, born in 1962, studies in Luxembourg and follows at EPFZ, and makes a career as civil engineer. Simultaneously, he practices his love for music and plays different keyboard instruments such as the piano, the organ, the harpsichord and the clavichord. Approaching his fifties, he nourishes a reflection about the “tempus fugit”. The high point is summer 2012 where he decides a new start and becomes a harpsichord maker.
Beyond the engineer and music expertise, Daro tends to a product that transcends the materiality; the ultimate goal is not the instrument but the music that it allows to create. The skill of the engineer embraces the one of the musician. In his today profession, he benefits from the mastery, the background and the continued support of the famous harpsichord maker, Matthias Kramer.