Focused on the music and spirit from the Baroque era, this renowned orchestra assembles on the subject of seven instances a year using the musicians from all around the globe reaching in Amsterdam. Directed by Lot Koopman, who founded the ABO&C in 1979, they present live concerts and make recordings. The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir provides performed around the world in such well-known concerthalls as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, London’s Barbican Center, the Vienna Konzerthaus, New York’s Lincoln Middle, as well as the Tokyo Metropolitan Artwork Space. The orchestra offers undertaken ambitious documenting projects, like the total sacred and secular J.S. Bach cantatas using the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir, founded in 1992, that they have received the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis Echo Klassik 1997 Honor. In addition they premiered and documented two marvelous functions by H.We.F. Biber, the Requiem for 15 voices as well as the amazing Vespers for 32 voices. This documenting received the Cannes Classical Honor. The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir in addition has received the Gramophone Honor, Diapason d’Or, Stern des Monats-Fono Discussion board, the Prix Hector Berlioz, and two Edison Honours, amongst others. By the entire year 2000, Lot Koopman recorded around 80 percent of J.S. Bach’s total works.