Lidia Baich is one of the most famous solo violinist world wide. Together with the pianist Matthias Fletzberger, her band and the Ambassade Orchestra Vienna, she presents various programmes e.g. Rock meets Classic
The three female musicians of ViCelLa are all members of the Ambassade Orchestra Vienna, their repertoire reaches from the Baroque music of J. S. Bach to various pieces of different composers of the Viennese Classic to virtuous musical works of the Romanic era.
The repertoire of the woodwind trio ranges from arrangements of the Baroque period to the original compositions of the 19th century and contemporary compositions e.g. J. S. Bach., G. F. Händel, D. Milhaud, G. Gershwin
The Brass Quintett Vindobona Brass is composed of five outstanding brass musicians, who provide the best suitable music for every event. The programme includes arrangements of different eras and genres: Viennese music as well as gospel, filmmusic and classic music (J.S. Bach, G.F. Händel).
Russell McGregor is one of the conductors of the Ambassade Orchestra Vienna as well as conductor and first violinist of the Schönbrunner Schlossorchester and member of the Wiener Conzertvereins (Kammerorchester der Wiener Symphoniker). Morover Russell McGregor is the conductor of the Johann Strauß Ensemble and famous for his interpretations of Johann Strauß' works.
Martin Kerschbaum is a member of the Vienna Symphony orchestra and moreover working as a conductor since more that 15 years. He is the head conductor of the "Vienna Classical Players" and regularly working together with the Ambassade Orchestra Vienna.
Gergely Sugar is a conductor and as a horn player he is a member of the Vienna Symphony orchestra. Furthermore, Gergely Sugar is University Professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz,
The classical repertoire of the guitarist includes among others A. Piazzolla “Verano Porteño”, Q. Sinesi “Contre Marea”, F. Moreno-Torroba “Castillos de España”, M. Giuliani “Rossiniana 1” and F. Sor “Variationen über ein Thema von Mozart”.