The unusual instrumentation of the Hague-based ensemble Kluster5 creates opportunities to explore many different styles of music, from contemporary classical to new music influenced by jazz and pop. By playing works written especially for the ensemble, the quintet brings a new, previously-unheard sound. Kluster5 regularly works with composers of its own generation and seeks to bring new music to new audiences. The ensemble presents itself in various forms by collaborating with leading artists from various disciplines such as dance, film and fitness, for example in their live-music workout Workout Union and their visual album Perceived Reality.