"Authentic Baroque performance at its best."
The New York Times  

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History - Founded in 1973, The Aulos Ensemble was one of the first American "original instrument" ensembles. Its accomplishments over the past four decades have given it pre-eminence in the early music movement.
Artist Profiles - Flutist Christopher Krueger, oboist Marc Schachman, violinist Linda Quan, cellist Myron Lutzke, and harpsichordist Arthur Haas are among the world's leading performers on baroque instruments today.
Discography - Aulos' groundbreaking recordings for MHS/Musicmasters have won numerous awards. Their discography, featuring sets of Bach, Handel, Telemann, and Vivaldi, is unmatched by any other American group. In 2006 they released the first in a series of new recordings for Centaur Records.
Aulos in the
21st Century

A Baroque Ensemble Evolves
Sample Programs
Aulos is noted for its thematic and innovative programming. Its annual Christmas Concerts at the Metropolitan Museum have been a favorite of New York audiences for years, and are now available for touring as well.
Excerpts from the Press
From its first years, the Ensemble, through its concerts, broadcasts, and recordings has won widespread critical acclaim. Read what the world's leading music critics have said about Aulos' work.
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