The name says it all: B’Rock brings together Baroque music and contemporary musical, theatrical, and visual genres. With conductors such as René Jacobs, this ensemble presents innovative listening experiences with enthusiasm and passion.MORE »

“The finest orchestra in the world” enthused BBC2 Television and famous conductor Nicolaus Harnoncourt who called it “a great adventure group” because of its musical perfection as well as for its artistic variety, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe (COE) is considered to be one of the most important orchestras in Europe.MORE »

Within the world of Acient Music Coro e Orchestra Ghislieri and Giulio Prandi have occupied a specific niche: specialized on sacred repertoire of the 18th century, the ensemble combines academic research with intense rehearsing periods that led to a individual and highly specialized sound. In November 2018 at Berliner Philharmonie.MORE »

Europa Galante is one of the finest Early Music ensembles in Italy. Fabio Biondi and the musicians in the group devote themselves to carefully researched historical performance practice, and are constantly looking for forgotten musical treasures. Performing in April 2019 at Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.MORE »

The Finnish Baroque Orchestra has a mission: not only giving an understandig of baroque music, but to make it essential for the audience of today. Technical brilliance, innovative education projects and unconventional programms since almost 30 years.MORE »

The Freiburger Barockorchster (FBO) ranks among the most important and renowned historical performance ensembles in Europe. With its most refined and brilliant sound, its profoundly designed programmes and its enthusiastic way of playing, the ensemble inspires international public and press alike. Performing in November 2018 in Hamburg and Berlin.


“Specialists who achieve seemingly impossible technical feats” (Berliner Tagesspiegel) – After more than 30 years, the interpretations of Baroque and Pre-classical repertoire by Il Giardino Armonico and Giovanni Antonini remain unmatched in their subtlety, passion, and devotion to the original sound of the pieces. Next concerts with Patricia Kopatchinskaja in November 2018 at Konzerthaus Berlin and at Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.


Kremerata Baltica, an educational project with a long-term vision, was Kremer’s 50th birth-day present to himself – a way of passing on his wisdom to young colleagues while making no compromises on artistic standards as he nurtured and inspired musical life in the region.MORE »

„You don’t need much, to form an ensemble for historical performance practice. In 2007, a troop of young, maybe crazy (or even insane?) musicians met up to create joyfully some noise. We secluded us in an old factory buil-ding, we played and experimented, we studied the repertoire and its sources, had lots of fun – but, what was most important: we looked out for our own style.“MORE »

“Music as authentic as real life, rough edges and all” was the enthusiastic response of Deutschlandfunk’s critic to musicAeterna’s 2015 CD containing works by Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky. Together with Teodor Currentzis, musicAeterna from the Russian city of Perm (Ural) continues to amaze international audiences with virtuosity, unbridled enthusiasm and spectacular concert performances. They will be back in Europe in March 2019!MORE »

The Orquestra de Cadqués is as much related to tradition as to inovation: it is dedicated to the cultivation of Spain’s rich and various musical heritage as well as to the support of contemporary repertoire and young, aspiring conductors. In February 2019 in Baden-Baden, Mannheim and Innsbruck.MORE »