Konzerthaus Wien - Austria
Alte Oper Frankfurt - Germany
Moskauer Philharmonie - Russia
Royal Conservatory of Amman - Jordan
Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa - Canada
Teatro Chiabrera -Savona, Italy
Teatro Carlo Felice - Genova, Italy
Resonanzen - Wien, Austria
Jeunesse Austria
Donaufestival Krems - Austria
Festwochen der Alten Musik Innsbruck - Austria
Die Feste Hall - Austria
Flandern Festival Antwerpen - Belgium
Festival de Clisson et Loire-Atlantique - France
Festival de Conques - France
Galway Early Music Festival - Ireland
Tage der Alten Musik Münster - Germany
Music in the Old Castle of Warzaw - Poland
Concerts d´estiu a Montserrat - Spain
Festival de Musiga Antiga Peñiscola -Spain
Festival Al Bustan - Beirut, Liban
Music in the Old Library of Dimasque - Syria
Musica da camera - Tel Aviv, Israel
The Yehiam Festival - Israel
Fajr-Festival - Teheran, Iran
Excerpts from some concert reviews

The five gentleman prove themselves to be true virtuosos. Enthusiastic applause.
Kärntner Tageszeitung, Klagenfurt

...not a solemn evening to relax, but a musical banquet of the senses.
Kronen Zeitung, Wien

One could have wished to listen longer, since this formation is perfectly cast. You won't find any better for this style of music.
Kurier, Wien

Highly precise though not sterile. Michael Posch proves his ease with the flute, making him a Jean -Pierre Rampal of Early music, likewise the impeccable sound. The performance of this group is so thrilling. The sonorous event speaks for itself.
Pfullinger Zeitung

The musicianship of Ensemble Unicorn is inexhaustible. The Ensemble has found a congenial partner in Bernhard Landauer who enters a colorful dialog with the excellent musicians (the flutist brilliant, the percussionist fantastic). Modern, fresh, the Cantigas de Santa Maria.
Tiroler Tageszeitung, Innsbruck

The well-known Ensemble Unicorn provided a fantastic concert. The improvisations received standing ovations."
Vizion, Istanbul

...the dulcet sounds of Posch´s recorders, which nonetheless held its own in rapid paced, virtuoso dialogues with Ambrosini´s fiddle. The listeners were impressed by the skill and imagination of the pieces, and uplifted by the sheer joy and exuberance of the performances.
The Globe, Toronto

They are going wild with medieval music. Rhythmic. Hilarious. It is a kind of "rock" music of the 14 th century. I was invited to a dressed up concert and found myself in a renaissance discotheque. Every now and then it is almost contemporary. Somehow spicy. The ensemble plays on old authentic instruments in a superb virtuosity.
Yedihot A´hronot, Tel Aviv

...and Michael Posch who presented a superb technical performance on his recorder and was also able to provide thoroughly audible contours even at the quickest tempo.
Echaz-Bote, Pfullingen

The compositions from the concert (mostly Italian Quattrocento) are not dusty scientific reconstructions but vivacious reality!
Concerto, Deutschland

Michael posch and his Unicorn ensemble left the audience in a state of emotion that only great art can convey.!
The Star, Amman

Michael Posch, head of the brilliant Ensemble Unicorn, fascinates with his poignant sounds and virtuosity.
Sächsische Zeitung, Dresden

The festival united the stars of the Medieval scene; among them Ensemble Unicorn. The group from Vienna offered a virtuoso italian programme.
Berliner Morgenpost

Ensemble conductor Michael Posch supplied -with delicate tones on the smallest recorders- truly dexterous finger work opposite the fidel. The five musicians are masters of the art of improvisation even in a thicket of counter rhythms. The crowd went wild.
Münstersche Zeitung

...overwhelming insight into the word of medieval sound. ...enormous energie for the topsy-turvy firework of downright ecstatic eruptions! ...a totally enthusiastic audience!
Westfälische Nachrichten, Münster

Empathy and perfection of interpretation are persuasive, grasp the audience. ... the tonal range of the historical instruments is astounding. The musicians control their instruments brilliantly, the audience was carried away.
Südkurier, Villingen-Schwenningen

It was a pensive, gripping, instructive and passionate event which in the end roused the listeners to standing ovations and multiple encores from the Ensemble. A fresh, at times impudent, at times thoughtful, music came from the stage, thrilling each listener. The enthusiasm was soon boundless. A great achievement of a highly professional Ensemble, which in all matters, musicological, historical, and also the ability to enthuse the large audience, was able to deliver something outstanding!
Süddeutsche Zeitung, Stuttgart

...much creative fantasy. acribic purity in the intonation as well as exuberant vivacity. In other words: wonderfully played. Almost too beautiful to be true.
Die Neckarquelle, Villingen- Schwenningen