Soloist Resonance Podium

The Soloist Resonance Podium is built from carefully selected tonewood, which has the highest sound quality and is used for the making of string instruments.

It supports the sound of the instrument in its warmth and overtones without changing the instrument's unique sound. The Resonanzio soloist podium can be used by almost every solo instrument and is available in different heights (> 15cm). Its shape and colour can be adjusted to the aesthetic of the concert venue.



Famous cellists like Gautier Capuçon, Steven Isserlis, Julian Steckel, Tanja Tetzlaff, Alice Weilerstein, Maximilian Hornung and more have played on the Soloist Resonance Podium, and they loved it.



Halls like the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Bozar Brussels, Pierre Boulez Saal Berlin, Penderecki Music Center Luslavice and the Sendesaal of the Bayrische Rundfunk Munich provide the Resonanzio soloist podium.



Any height from 15 cm available

rectangle shape:
Width 90 cm
Length 140 cm



trapezoid shape:
Front 80 cm
Back 100 cm
Length 133 cm



The measurements can be adjusted to individual requests







»Recently I played with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen in Rheingau Festival and there I got the chance to play on the Resonanzio Solo Podium. From the first notes I was very impressed how well and clear I could hear my cello while playing with the orchestra and I felt that the sound quality was very well supported by the podium. I was so pleased by the warmth of the cello that I thought every concerthall should have a Resonanzio … it would make the life of cello-players so much better !«


(Soloist and chambermusic player)



I have used the Resonanzio cello podium for my recordings of the Bach Suites and I am very thrilled about it! My playing is wonderfully supported by the soundpodium, and I am able to variate the sound even more. The wood of the podium is apparently connected to my cello, both are starting to resonante. Playing on the Resonanzio reminds me on the sound of the „goldene Saal“ of the Musikverein in Vienna.