"[…] What particularly impressed me with Due Oratori was the fine sense of cooperation and coordination between the two players, both absolutely attuned to what the other was doing. Antje Becker flute playing was beautifully sensitive, notably in the slower movements. Ondřej Bernovský’s harpsichord playing supported the flute well, providing little musical counter-arguments and mirroring figures. They have an attractive sense of rhetoric in their musical lines. […]" - Andrew Benson-Wilson (reviewer and organist, UK), York Early Music Competition 2019
The early music duo Due Oratori was created at the end of 2016 when German flautist Antje Becker met Czech historical keyboardist Ondřej Bernovský during their early music studies at Utrecht Conservatory in the Netherlands. From the beginning, the ensemble dedicated its work especially to the genre of accompanied (obbligato) keyboard music with flute, performed with particular attention to the rhetorical ideas of good speech delivery.
In 2019 Due Oratori won the Special Price of the Wiener Konzerthaus (International H. I. F. Biber Competition Fiori Musicali) in Austria.
The ensemble took part in the Oude Muziek Festival Utrecht (NL) on the Fringe Series as well as in additional concerts at the BRQ Baroque Music Festival Vantaa (FIN) for several times and plays concerts all over Europe regularly.
In December 2018 Due Oratori recorded their first CD Interlocution - supported by Jeanne d'Art Kulturstiftung, Franz-und-Christel-Kuhlmann-Stiftung and Prins Bernhard Cultuurfond - including a previously unrecorded Concerto in D major by Johann Matthäus Leffloth.
The research on musical past, examining the preserved sources, is an intergral part of the ensemble work of Due Oratori and brings out lesser-known music of composers worthy of attention.