The male quartet, founded in 2007, is composed of musicians from Wrocław, who specialize in early music performance on a daily basis. The ensemble’s repertoire includes early Polish music (J. Liban, Mikołaj z Radom, B. Pękiel, GG Gorczycki), compositions by T. Stoltzer (including Te Deum, Missa duplex, psalms, hymns and secular songs), European composers of the Renaissance period , Baroque and Classicism, but the most frequently performed by the ensemble is romantic music
(F. Mendelssohn, R. Schumann, Fr. Schubert, St. Moniuszko) and later. The Stoltzer Ensemble operates within the framework of the Wrocław Chamber Musicians institution, initially performing during Cantores Minores Wratislavienses concerts, and recently performing alone and with the Wroclaw Barock Ensemble. The patron of the ensemble is the Renaissance composer and bandmaster of the Wrocław cathedral, Thomas Stoltzer (1475 Świdnica – 1526 Znojmo), the author of the first multi-voice arrangement of the Te Deum hymn in the history of music. The band performed in Poland and abroad, in December 2014 inaugurated the 41st Barborek Festival of Academic Choirs in Wrocław’s Aula Leopoldina, in August 2015 recorded an album with fragments of the 13th-century Wiślicki Gradual.