The MIMEO group is composed of analogue (Thomas Lehn) and digital (Marcus Schmickler) synthesizer virtuosos; amplified objects, digital samplers and special computer software for improvisation are also used (Phil Durrant); there are also the legends of improvised music who contributed to its production in the 1960s (Keith Rowe), electronic music stars (Christian Fennesz), space-jazz followers (Rafael Toral) and the most important figures of the noise scene (Peter Rehberg). What characterize MIMEO’s concerts are the unique electronic orchestral sound, a special sensitivity to the acoustic conditions of concert localisation and ideas prepared separately for each concert (e.g. interpretations of images; a performance may take 24 hours). The experience and sophistication of individual instrumentalists is a guarantee of quality artistic events. Critics have written that one of their concerts (with a piano accompaniment) was the first piano concerto of the 21st century.