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Suono d'oro Ensemble 

The Suono d'Oro Ensemble was founded in 2022 out of the former Barocksolisten München, which had been founded by Dorothea Seel back in 2010.

The ensemble stands for a new freedom in terms of choice of epochs, styles and repertoire. Each epoch is performed on the appropriate historical instruments and performance practice, and each musician fills his or her part with personal responsibility. This creates a very special energy and transparency that comes from the characters of the individual personalities and their instruments.

The ensemble's repertoire is wide-ranging and includes chamber music and solo concerts.

CDs already produced, such as Vivaldi (Hänssler), Zach 20 (musikmuseum), Bach (Hänssler), Zach 36 (musikmuseum) and Fons amoris with Zach's Missa Solemnis 40 (musikmuseum), have been awarded the Ö1 Pasticcio Prize and Supersonic Pizzicato.

Suono d'Oro Ensemble will release a new album of Mozart's concertos for Flute, Oboe and Bassoon in 2023 for musikmuseum label.

The ensemble's recordings are broadcast by various radio stations such as BBC, BR, ABC Net Australia, RBB, Muzieknet (NL) or Ö1.

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