Their mission is to create a musical workshop where European quality sound, carrying on the noble traditions of the Hungarian musical culture, and respect for the value-creating examples of great predecessors are essential requirements along with their determination for constant self-renewal.
Their repertoire, embracing the significant periods of classical music, ranges from baroque, through 20th century masterpieces to contemporary music. They regularly perform pieces composed by Hungarian composers especially for them.
Since its formation in 2010, the ensemble has given a number of successful concerts and has received several professional acknowledgments: it has performed sold-out concerts at various venues in Hungary including Óbudai Társaskör, the Italian Institute, the Music Academy, the Marble Hall of the Hungarian Radio, Hilton Hotel and the Abbey of Pannonhalma. They are returning guest performers in the Hungarian towns of Győr and Szeged, and have given several concerts in Hamburg and Vienna as well. The orchestra has performed at several acclaimed festivals: in 2011 they participated at the Budapest Spring Festival, the Kodály Festival in Kecskemét and the Ars Sacra Festival in Pécs.
In 2011 at the 5th "Summa Cum Laude" Youth Music Festival held in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna, the ensemble was the winner of the String Orchestra Category with a performance rated as "outstanding".
They have worked with such renowned soloists as János Rolla, András Keller, Imre Rohmann or Ferenc Rados, and they cherish a close relationship with Kristóf Baráti and Barnabás Dukay.
The orchestra has performed at several acclaimed festivals: in 2011 they participated at the Budapest Spring Festival, the Kodály Festival in Kecskemét and the Ars Sacra Festival.
Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra has earned the prestigious Hungarian Junior Prima Prize, which was awarded to an orchestra for the first time in the history of the Prize.