Rossi Piceno Baroque Ensemble
Rossi Piceno Baroque Ensemble

Founded in 2000, Rossi Piceno Baroque Ensemble has established itself as an increasingly successful group, appearing in several festivals, and winning prizes in such prestigious competitions as Musica Antiqua (Bruges) in 2003 and Premio Bonporti (Rovereto, Italy) in 2004.

The ensemble has always been characterized by the diversity of its members' nationalities, and its willingness to explore a broad range of repertoire, from solo to orchestral works.

The group consists of young musicians of great expertise, active in many other renowned ensembles and orchestras such as Concerto Italiano, Hesperion XXI, La Petite Bande, Les Talens Lyriques, the Bach Collegium Japan, Ensemble Zefiro, the Netherlands Bach Society, and the Freiburger Barockorchester, to name a few.

The professionalism, devotion and enthusiasm with which the ensemble works is reflected in the variety of their programming, and their interest in exploring little-known baroque repertoire, as well as venturing into music of other styles.