The orchestra

The WROCLAW SCORE ORCHESTRA, founded in 2003 with the goal to create an independent, highly professional symphonic sound body being up to international standards, is characterized by its variety of sound and high precision in traditional, but also in the cross-genre music styles.

Within the shortest possible time the orchestra distinguished itself all over the world with classical productions for Universal Japan and Avex Japan, as well as great soundtrack and pop music productions for Constantin Films, CMW Films Great Britain and Universal.

The ensemble consists of selected musicians, who are award winners of many international music competitions and perform as soloists in classical concerts as well. Their orchestral experiences are a result of a long-standing cooperation with the best Polish chamber ensembles and the Yehudi Menuhin Festival Orchestra, with whom the musicians obtained international acceptance.

Since its foundation the WROCLAW SCORE ORCHESTRA has been directed and formed by the internationally renowned German conductor JORIS BARTSCH BUHLE. An important prerequisite for quality, flexibility and profitability of production for the international music market is the TELDEX STUDIO BERLIN, with which the WROCLAW SCORE ORCHESTRA exclusively cooperates.