• Michel Keustermans

    Following studies in civil engineering and architecture at Louvain-le-Neuve and his dissertation on “Music and Architecture” for which he obtained Grand Distinction, Michel Keustermans went on study recorder at the Conservatoire Royal of Brussels in the class of Frederic de Roos, as well as graduating in chamber music and history ...
  • La Cetra d’Orfeo

    Created by Michel Keustermans, the Cetra d’Orfeo (The Lyre of Orpheus) is an ancient music ensemble whose originality resides in their programmes and the lively manner in which they are presented to the public (young and less young…), making the music accessible to all. This ensemble has been recognized as ...
  • Anna Caterina Antonacci

    Soprano Established as one of the finest Sopranos of her generation, Anna Caterina won prestigious prizes at the Voci Verdiane, Callas and Pavarotti competitions. From the brilliant Rossini of her early years, she moved to Rossini serio and operas including: Mose in Egitto, Semiramide, Elisabetta, Regina d’Inghilterra and Ermione. She ...
  • The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

    The 12 Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker have long been a prominent institution in international musical life. It was in 1972 that a radio production of Julius Klengel’s Hymnus for twelve cellos with Philharmonic members became the impetus for founding a solo ensemble of this formation. Its exceptional tonal and ...
  • Les Talens Lyriques

    The French musical ensemble Les Talens Lyriques was created in 1991 by the harpsichordist and orchestral conductor Christophe Rousset. This instrumental and vocal formation derives its name from the subtitle of one of Jean-Philippe Rameau’s operas : Les fêtes d’Hébé, ou Les talens lyriques (The Festivities of Hebe, or The ...
  • ACCADEMIA BIZANTINA

    Accademia Bizantina was founded in Ravenna in 1983 with the intention of “making music like a large quartet”. Then as now, the group is managed autonomously by its guardian members, guaranteeing the chamber music approach to their performances which has ever been their distinguishing feature. A number of prominent personalities ...
  • Orchestra of the Age Enlightenment

    In 1986, a group of inquisitive London musicians took a long hard look at that curious institution we call the Orchestra, and decided to start again from scratch. They began by throwing out the rulebook. Put a single conductor in charge? No way. Specialize in repertoire of a particular era? ...
  • corul madrigal

    National Chamber Choir “Madrigal – Marin Constantin”

    National Chamber Choir MADRIGAL was founded in 1963 by conductor Marin Constantin and it is one of the most apreciated professional choirs, a symbol of Romanian and universal musical life and in 50 years of continuous artistic existence his name represented Romania in the world, thus becoming a real “country ...
  • Europa Galante

    Europa Galante

    Europa Galante was founded in 1990 by its musical director Fabio Biondi who wanted to form an Italian period instrument ensemble to perform both baroque and classical repertoire. The ensemble has a varying structure and often performs chamber music such as the string sonatas of Italian composers of the seventeenth ...
  • Fabio Biondi

    Driven by a deep cultural curiosity, Fabio Biondi is a musician ceaselessly in pursuit of a style free from constraints. From his early development, guided by pioneers of a new approach to period performance, Biondi’s work has incorporated repertoire spanning three centuries. Biondi’s infectious curiosity and his determination to put ...