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The Ensemble Mediterrain is a chamber music group founded in 2002 in Berlin and their artistic trajectory already includes appearances in concert halls and festivals of major importance in countries such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Bosnia Herzegovina, Chile, Argentina or Brazil. From the Konzerthaus in Berlin to the Palau de la Música in Barcelona, from the Teatro Oriente in Santiago de Chile to Sarajevos’s International Festival, from the Theatro Municipal in São Paulo to the Salle Gaveau in Paris, both audience and press were unanimous considering their performances of the highest level. The Ensemble Mediterrain is a free ensemble, a format that allows a more flexible repertoire approach and greater chamber music possibilities, achieved by adding regular guest musicians from prestigious german orchestras such as the philharmonic orchestras in Berlin, Dresden or Munich, the opera orchestras from Berlin, Frankfurt, Dresden or Hannover, the radio orchestras from Stuttgart, Hamburg or Freiburg, etc.. The Ensemble Mediterrain appears in different formations, from trio to octet or even a small chamber orchestra, and has a wide and interesting repertoire that includes some of the most important chamber works by composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Messiaen, Schubert, Schoenberg or Stravinsky. The modern music is other priority of the Ensemble Mediterrain by privileging a close work with contemporary composers of different countries and several works have been commissioned and dedicated to the group. The Ensemble Mediterrain recorded for labels such as CCR (Austria) and Dreyer&Gaido (Germany), and their performances are often broadcasted by Deutschlandradio Kultur (Germany), Antena 2 (Portugal), Radio USM (Chile) and the EBR (European Broadcasting Union).