The Resonanzio Orchestra Sound Podiums with their transparent sound and clear articulation work especially well for harps and cello/bass sections. Through their different shapes, heights and colors the podiums can be used in many flexible ways, and they are an ideal complement to every concert hall, church or orchestra pit.


The orchestra sound podiums are specially constructed to deliver a clear and focused sound. The player's self-perception is more easily achieved, and additionally, the group sound is more compact and clearly audible.


These are orchestras are playing on the Resonanzio Orchestra Sound Podiums:


London Symphony Orchestra

Philharmonie Luxembourg

Freiburg Baroque Orchestra

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen

Kammerakademie Potsdam

Philharmonisches Orchester Würzburg

Duisburger Philharmoniker

Dortmunder Philharmoniker

Tonhallen-Orchester Zurich

Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne

Munich Sinfonie Orchestra

Kammerorchester Basel

Sinfonie Orchestra Münster

Staatstheater Kassel

Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne


and more


10 cm or higher

Measurements of rectangle shape:

90 cm x 140 cm

Measurements of the trapezoid shape:
Back: 100 cm
Front: 80 cm
Length: 133 cm



Thierry Gavard

Principal bass player of Philharmonie Luxembourg




»Since beginning of last season our bass section is playing on the Resonanzio sound podiums. It's unbelievable how our sound has improved, how easy the playing is, and how simply better our section sounds.
After a few tests with different podiums (including copy attempts ) we are sure the Resonanzios are the best.
Now after a while I just want to let you know how happy we are with them!«

Colin Paris

 Co-Principal Bass Player of the London Symphony Orchestra



»That was a great experience, I haven't enjoyed playing that much at the Barbican for years. My bass felt so free and resonant, all of the wolf notes disappeared. They really  are fantastic risers!«



Diego Zecharies

Principal Bassplayer (Orchestra Sinfonica de Galicia) and Soloist





"...and you can allow yourself to play less because you know that you are audible all the time. It was beautiful!"