Matthias Beltinger

is the founder of Resonanzio. Since his early twenties he is the principal bass player of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. He plays frequently with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Kammerorchester Basel, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and the Ensemble Resonanz, Hamburg. He has a passion for ensembles using period instruments, and has the opportunity to work on a regular basis with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Concerto Köln, and the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin. He loves the transparent sound of the gut strings, and he and his colleagues in the bass section of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen use gut strings on their modern 5 string basses.

Through his constant search for the nearly perfect sound he startet the resonance podium project in 2010 and became the founder of Resonanzio.

Bernhard Prösler

is a carpenter and designer for individual furniture and has long time experiences in building of guitars. The Resonanzio project allows him to combine his expertise in the sound characteristics of wood, artistic design creativity, and his love of music. He is owner of a rare collection of real wood veneers, which enables him to put an individual touch on any Resonanzio product.

Thomas Feischen

is a successful businessman in realizing uncommon projects. He is the owner of the “Ventimola” company, and together with his wife, Ida Büssing, he has realized their dreams of running a center for culture. The Villa Sponte is a place for all sorts of cultural activities, and its known for its good acoustic.



The Resonanzio project would not exist without the valuable feedback we have received from fellow musicians and other discerning music lovers. Their input, suggestions, and constructive criticism helped us to develop and refine the resonance plates and sound podiums. We are especially grateful to the musicians, who kindly did the testing at the Sendesaal Bremen: Yuko Hara (Viola), Louise Pühn (Harp), Imke David (Gamba),  Simon Hartmann (Doublebass) and Johannes Rake (Cembalo).