Where most symphony orchestras performing Mozart, Vivaldi or Bach are trying to create their own modern interpretation, Concerto Copenhagen does just the opposite. The Baroque orchestra does not go on to reproduce an already tested concept, but instead examines what happens when one considers all aspects of old music and its instruments. “We use instruments from the time when the music was written, or at least instruments built to resemble them. We don’t do this in order to create an illusion of a historic ‘truth’; we do it because we find that it’s the only way we can make the music contemporary, vibrant and relevant to a modern audience.”