MyLuthier, the renowned platform for fine and contemporary musical instruments, is proud to announce that its co-founders, Ariel Lang and Pedro Silva, have been bestowed the honour of Associates of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM).
This accolade was conferred upon them in a ceremony held on May 9th, 2023, at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
This honour recognizes the unique and pioneering entrepreneurship demonstrated by Lang and Silva in the field of classical music. It acknowledges their contributions to the industry and their efforts to redefine how musicians access high-quality, handcrafted instruments.
MyLuthier was conceived with the vision of revolutionizing the classical music world, offering a platform for musicians to discover and purchase exceptional instruments crafted by top-rated contemporary makers. Under the innovative leadership of Lang and Silva, the company has experienced significant growth and success, fostering a thriving community of musicians, collectors, and instrument makers.
The distinction of Associate of the Royal Academy of Music is awarded to a select few individuals who have made a significant impact on the music world. It's an affirmation of the recipient's exceptional service and contribution to their field. The recognition of Lang and Silva by such a prestigious institution testifies to their entrepreneurial acumen, dedication, and transformative influence on the classical music landscape.
The team at MyLuthier extends its deepest gratitude to the Royal Academy of Music for this esteemed honour, promising to continue its mission of driving innovation in the classical music industry.
Founded by Ariel Lang and Pedro Silva, MyLuthier is a leading online platform that provides musicians with access to high-quality, handcrafted instruments from the best contemporary makers. With a strong commitment to the classical music community, MyLuthier has transformed the way musicians find and purchase their perfect instrument.
MyLuthier was started by two friends while they were studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London. The idea was to provide musicians with exceptional instruments at a price they can afford. We travelled Europe in search for the best contemporary makers and we’re proud of our selection and the partnerships we’ve developed.