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Founded in Cremona in 2004 by Stefano Molardi and Jonathan Guyonnet, the baroque ensemble I Virtuosi delle Muse immediately received international recognition for its inventive and personal use of original instruments and its adherence to historical performance practices.

The ensemble stands out for the rigor and the sensibility of its approach, and performs Italian and German music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with an ensemble that can vary from three to more than forty musicians, depending on the repertoire. The ensemble actively performs throughout Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Spain, The Netherlands, Hungary, and Switzerland.

The project Hermosuras (Beauties, translated from the Spanish and the Sardinian languages) was born from the title of a successful CD by the Janas Ensemble, directed by Paola Erdas. Hermosuras is now a renewed group of ancient music with whom the harpsichordist made her debut in Lyon on December 15th, 2005, under the aegis of the Italian Cultural Institute.
Marco Beasley and Guido Morini founded Accordone in 1984, motivated by a passionate interest in both a musicological approach to performance problems and in Italian vocal music ranging from the Renaissance to the early eighteenth century. Lo Tasso Napolitano in 1991 was the first project to bear a clear dramatic imprint: from that moment on, the concert as an event containing both music and drama became the stylistic trademark of the group.
IFebiarmonici have changed their name into Salzburg Barock.
With our new name we want to express our affection for our hometown and
her rich musical tradition. The revival of violinistic treasures and the perfor-
mance of sacral music in the liturgy of the christian churches are our concern.
The emphasis of our repertory compasses the time from H.I.F.Biber (1644-
1704) to W.A.Mozart (1756-1791).
Reentko Dirks and Daniel Wirtz met for the first time in the year 2000 at the beginning of their studies with Prof. Thomas Fellows in Dresden and, in the same year, formed the duo “DirksundWirtz”.
MATIZ DUO were founded three years ago when Argentinian folk singer, Julia Savslasky, met Hugo Cantini, an Italian classical pianist
Euphoryon. Das ist konzertanter Rock!!
Hinter einer schüchternen Gitarre und einem braven Cello lodern musikalische Vulkane, die immer damit drohen, im nächsten Moment auszubrechen.

Inspired by the compactness and effectiveness in the cre- ative processes of the great string quartets, Quadro Janas aims to renew and enliven the expressive traditions of early music. Research, improvisation, memory, and creativity blend together in interpretations capable of passionate lyri- cism and breathtaking virtuosity.
„If the Thomas cantor would have liked to imagine that? Johann Sebastian Bach's harpsichord concertos on four Marimbas. (...) The result: storms of enthusiasm.''

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