Cello by Milos Seyda Cremona 2021

Cello model Francesco Rugeri “il Per” (1675)

Model: Rugeri (1675)

Woods: Balcanic flamed maple and Italian spruce

Varnish: Linseed oil and natural resins

Bridge: Milo Stamm royal quality

Fittings: ErgoVio Germany on palisander

Endpin: Bender Germany carbon rod

Year: 2021

Musical sensibility, fascination with the diverse colours of sound, and curiosity about the way materials can be artistically transformed are the main elements that make up my work. Established in Cremona in 2015, he focuses mainly on the construction of violins, violas and cellos.
Milos came from Patagonia, Argentina. He grew up experiencing art and music in natural surroundings, starting to play the piano and the cello at a young age, and, later, to work with materials such as clay, metal and wood.

LAVS and Owen love his work and would love to introduce his work to LA musicians.


  • Certificate of Artisanship for violin, 24th International Violinmaking Competition of the Violin Society of America at Anaheim (Los Angeles) 2022
  • 3rd Prize for cello, Concorso Internazionale di Liuteria ANLAI, professionals category, Pisogne (Brescia, Italy) 2022
  • Finalist with cello, Concours International de Lutherie Talents et Violoncelles, Philharmonie de Paris, 2021

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