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Jakob David Rattinger ist als Solist regelmäßig auf den Konzertpodien Alter Musik - Festivals und Konzertreihen zu hören. Weiters tritt er als Continuist mit zahlreichen Ensembles und Orchestern auf.
Joaquin Clerch was born in 1965 in Havana and from childhood studied the guitar with Leopoldina Nuñez. He continued his study at the National School of Arts and then at the Instituto Superior de Arte. His teachers were Marta Cuervo, Antonio Rodriguez, Rey Guerra, Costas Cotsiolis, Leo Brouwer and for composition Carlos Fariñas among others.
Fernando Gonzalez (Santiago of Chile) was born into a family of musicians. His great grandfather was a composer and conductor, his father a great guitarist and respected pedagogue, and his mother a musicology professor.
José Miguel Moreno was born in Madrid and started studying music at the age of 4.  During his period of formation, he won, among others, the First Prize of the Incontri Chitarristici di Garnano (Italy 1977). He specializes in historical interpretation, although his repertoire ranges from XVIth  to XXth century.
Reentko Dirks is a guitarist, composer and studio musician. His music is a distinctive blend of unorthodox, self-developed percussive playing techniques covering a wide range of styles. He is one of the few guitarists who can claim to be every bit as much in demand in the classical world as in the pop and world music scenes. He also features as a percussionist in some of the ensembles he performs with.
Johannes Flieder was born in Vienna and studied viola from 1966 to 1977 under Margarethe Biedermann at the Wiener Konservatorium. From 1977 to 1983 he continued his studies at the Wiener Musikhochschule under Professor Siegfried Führlinger. In 1980 he was second best at the International ARD-Competition in Munich and became solo viola player at the Wiener Symphoniker.
Georges-Emmanuel Schneider can already look back upon an active international Soloist career around the world, through Europe and from Brazil to Japan. A series of his recordings will be released in 2010 in collaboration with the label Classic Concert Records. He celebrated the Mozart Year 2006 as a chamber musician and performed all 23 of Mozart’s string quartets in Salzburg, hometown of the composer.
He began his research in the field of renaissance and baroque musical idioms around 1979 together with violinist Enrico Gatti and harpsicordist Rinaldo Alessandrini. Studied then with Jordi Savall at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis  in Switzerland.

In 1982 he became a member of J.Savall's ensemble Hesperion XX and played with him until 1990 throughout the world, and making dozens of recordings (among them Bach's Kunst der Fuge, J.Dowlands Consort music, Neapolitan Renaissance Music , etc. etc.).
Daniel Wirtz, born in 1979, decided to learn guitar at the age of ten. On his instrument as well as in numerous compositions he combines elements of Jazz, classical and traditional music.
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