The String Chamber orchestra grew into a Symphonic Orchestra with the help of German wind teachers provided by the Goethe-Institut. A clarinet ensemble and percussion ensemble were also formed afterwards.
Capella Amadeus String Chamber Orchestra was formed by Grace Soedargo in 1993 as an embodiment of her idealistic dream of having an ensemble of international quality in Indonesia. From there, Capella Amadeus has pushed it's boundaries in many ways: touring cities in Indonesia and South-East Asia, working with international conductors and artists, namely Cecilyia Barczyk, Phillip Green. Prof. Christiane Hutcap, Robert Brown, Pierre Oser, Jahja Ling, Gudni Emilson, and David Riniker of Berlin Philharmonic.
The String Chamber orchestra grew into a Symphonic Orchestra with the help of German wind teachers provided by the Goethe-Institut. Celebrating Capella Amadeus' 20th anniversary in 2013, the Amadeus Symphony Orchestra performed its first full concert in Jakarta. Furthermore, in 2019, Prof. Henrik Hochschild (associate concert master of Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and professor in HMT Leipzig) has agreed to become its advisor.
Amadeus Brass has awed audiences with its powerful brassy sound, performing compositions that Jakarta has never heard before. With the continuous guidance of teachers from Europe, the ensemble will continue to grow and develop their exceptional sound to the fullest.
The Amadeus Grenadilla Clarinet Community began as a quartet in 2006 and transformed into a community under the wings of Yayasan Musik Amadeus Indonesia, consisting of professional musicians and students alike. It is proud to be the first clarinet community in Indonesia, introducing the instrument to a wider audience in the country.
The Amadeus Percussion Ensemble (Ampere) was established in 2017 with the motivation of not only seeking the mastery of percussion instruments, but also gaining deeper insight of the instruments in hopes that Amadeus will become a beacon of percussion music development in Indonesia, as well as a fine example for Indonesian percussionists.