The European Chamber Ensemble is a young, vibrant and versatile ensemble composed of String Quartet, Harp, Flute and Clarinet. Within a single concert the ensemble can perform pieces ranging from duos to septets, encompassing a wide range of repertoire from baroque to the music of today. Its members span seven European countries (Italy, Germany, England, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain, France) and they are regularly on tour both in Europe and beyond.

Recent performances include concerts at major international chamber music festivals in Shanghai, Austria, Italy and Romania, where they have enthralled audiences with their excellence and exuberance.
Each member also leads a busy career in their home country, playing both as soloists and in orchestras such as the Budapest Festival Orchestra, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Spira Mirabilis, Symphony Orchestra of India, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra amongst others.

Originally meeting in the major European youth orchestras (European Union Youth Orchestra, Gustav Mahler Jugend Orchester, Schleswig-Holstein and Verbier Festival Orchestra), the ensemble continues to celebrate their unique cultural characters whilst uniting in the universal language of music.