- Dorothee Oberlinger recorders
- Sonatori de la Gioioso Marca
- Elisabetta de Mircovich soprano
- Giorgio Fava violin
- Giovanni Dalla Vecchia violin
- Judit Foldes viola
- Walter Vestidello violoncello
- Giampietro Rosato harpsichord
- Giancarlo Rado lute
- Giancarlo Pavan double bass
Dorothee Oberlinger is one of the most amazing discoveries of recent years, an expressive virtuoso who - quite rightly - received numerous awards while still quite young. Today she is seen as one of the best recorder-players in the world. Her concerts have been received with enthusiasm by critics and audiences alike, earning her unanimous acclaim. Her CDs are regularly fêted as the best new issues on the market.
Dorothee Oberlinger has given solo recitals at festivals all over Europe, in America and Japan, for example at the Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, the Musikfestspiele Potsdam, the Settimane Musicale Stresa, the Nederlandse Oude-Musik-Network, the Festival de Musica Antigua Sajazarra, the Warsaw Beethoven Festival, the Europäische Musikfestwoche Passau, the Rheingau-Musikfestival, the Tage der Alten Musik Regensburg and the MDR-Musiksommer. Other venues in which she has played include the Wigmore Hall in London, the National Philharmonie in Warsaw, the Marianischer Saal in Lucerne, the Rosée Theater in Fuji and the Philharmonie in Cologne.
She has been the guest soloist with leading international Baroque ensembles such as London Baroque and Musica Antiqua Köln directed by Reinhard Goebel, and she also plays regularly with modern symphony orchestras such as the WDR-Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester and the Detmolder Kammerorchester.
Dorothee Oberlinger collaborates particularly intensively with the top Italian ensemble ‘Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca‘, with whom she has given many concerts throughout Europe. Their joint CD of concertos by Antonio Vivaldi has received numerous awards from the international musical press.
She directs her own ‘Ensemble 1700‘, which she formed in 2003. Together they have realized a wide variety of projects relating to the music of the 17th and 18th centuries.
In 2004 Dorothee Oberlinger was appointed professor at the renowned Mozarteum academy in Salzburg.