Aureliusz Goliński, baroque violin is among the leading early music specialists of Europe. First and foremost he is working with his orchestra, Arte dei Suonatori, that he formed in Poznań (Poland) in 1993 together with Ewa Golińska.
Arte dei Suonatori has become the most recognizable Polish ensemble on the international music scene, and their repertoire represents a wide range of styles from the 17th and 18th century. Arte dei Suonatori, has worked with many major figures of the early music scene, like Reinhard Goebel, Roberta Invernizzi, Rachel Podger, Hidemi Suzuki, Martin Gester, Dan Laurin and Alexis Kossenko.
Aureliusz Golinski’s approach and way of music-making have enjoyed great international interest testified by awards for CD productions: Gramophone Award, Diapason d’Or, Luister 10, 10 de Repertoire, Gramophone Editor’s Choice, Gramophone CD of the Month, Classics Today, Prelude orchestral CD of the year, Choc du Monde de la Musique.
Aureliusz Golinski is teaching baroque violin at The Royal Danish Music Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark.