Based in the Netherlands, Trio Auriga was formed in the Fall of 2016 by three friends and colleagues interested in exploring chamber music for wind instruments from the 18th and 19th centuries.
As a versatile group, Auriga performs in both trio and duo formations with various combinations of chalumeaux, clarinets, and bassoons.
Trio Auriga seeks to bring light to the music of lesser performed composers, such as Gheradeschi, Cherubini, Pleyel, Wölfl and Tausch, while also highlighting more obscure works by Telemann, Mozart, and Beethoven.
In addition to performing works as they were originally scored, Auriga has adapted to a larger repertoire by producing their own original arrangements.
The members of Trio Auriga come from the Netherlands, Italy, and the United States.