Members are Affetto: Aleš Procházka (low), Vladimír Richter and Marek Olbrzymek (tenor), Jan Mikušek (kontratenor). Common features of all the singers is a professional musical education acquired at secondary and university music schools, sólistická erudice, knowledge of the authentic interpretation of early music, rich experience in the operation of contemporary music.
Affetto regularly and likes working with important and also experimenting organist, improviser and composer Martin Jakubíčkem and Other musicians - eg. Tomáš Reindl, which brilliantly controls the wealth of tools ethnic origin. With guitarist John Roamer, playing on copies of period instruments, Affetto prepared for Haydn Music Festival music programs from Czech and German Early Romanticism.
AFFETTO regular concert partner is guitarist John Tuláček. He studied guitar at Milan Zelenka at the Prague Conservatory and the Academy of Performing Arts, he graduated in 2006. He is a member of the Prague Guitar Quartet (2002) and file Convergence, Records on CD, for Czech Radio and Czech Television. At present, he pays particular attention to the interpretation of solo and chamber music from the early Romantic on historical instruments.
Tomas Reindl is a musician with broad spectrum. His main field of the drums and percussion, Indicka table, Arab and African drums, Australian didgeridoo and other ethnic instruments. He is also music composition. He graduated from the Secondary Technical School of Electrical Engineering in Pilsen, In 1996 He graduated from the University of West, Applied Electronics. The music since childhood, percussion studied at the Conservatory in Pilsen. He graduated from the summer workshop "Umbria Jazz Clinics 1996 'in the Italian city of Perugia, organized by the world-famous "Berkleeschoolof music" of Boston. Studying classical Indian music, he since 1999, India made two study tours: v r. 2001 do severoindického Váranasí (Benares), where he studied with outstanding tablists and dancer Mata Prasad Mishra; a v r. 2005 to Calcutta, where he visited one of the biggest festivals of Indian classical music, Sangeet Siyasi. Currently in the studio continues under the leadership tablového virtuoso and master follower benareské tablové tradition, Sanju Sahai.Velkým benefit was meeting with virtuoso percussionist Bunjaminem Olguncanem (Istanbul), Fifth Lockett (multi-percussionist, known eg fears collaboration with Peter Gabriel), či Yinonem Muallemem (Israel). The game was dedicated to the Australian didgeridoo player Ian Andrew Smeykal Woodema.
He is currently studying music composition at the Prague Academy of Music.