Music speaks for itself - provided that we give it the chance. (Yehudi Menuhin)
The violinist David Gorol established the Berolina Ensemble in 2009, stimulated by the trend-setting recordings of the Melos Ensemble, the pioneer work of the Consortium Classicum in rediscovering chamber music and the desire for varied concert programmes for diverse forces.
The young ensemble has since then won acclaim at venues like the Thuringian Summer Organ Festival, the Louis Braille Festival, the Crescendo Music Festival and the Berlin Philharmonie.
Over and above their concert activities, the Berlin musicians do research into late Classical and Romantic composers who for various reasons were denied lasting fame. These explorations constantly expand the repertoire of the Berolina Ensemble, which already comprises a considerable collection of chamber works for mixed forces and large ensembles.