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  • Planning has begun on a new recording of Habaneras

    August 2021

    Planning has begun on a  new recording of Habaneras to be performed by Cuban-Italian soprano Monica Marziota and an ensemble of musicians from France and Holland.  The recording will trace the history of this fascinating genre from its beginnings in Cuba.  Michael Fine met Ms Marziota when he was composer-in-residence at Habana Clasica.  The recording is planned for this winter at MCO5 studio in Hilversum with Erdo Groot, engineer.
     
  • Michael Fine has posted two new videos of his music on YouTube:

    August 2021

    Michael Fine has posted two new videos of his music on YouTube: 'Finding Home' from the Suite for Strings and the premiere of 'A Time of Uncertainties' played by Ensemble Bravura at Texas Tech University conducted by Philip Mann: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6D8G1po6Qg and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfr0Ju6kss4
     
  • Warners Classics announces the forthcoming release of 'Souvenirs'

    August 2021

    Warners Classics announces the forthcoming release of 'Souvenirs' with renowned cellist Gautier Capucon.  It includes music for cello solo recorded by Michael Fine with engineer Erdo Groot in Philharmonie de Paris's studio: Bach's Suite Nr 1; Kodaly's Sonata for Solo Cello, op. 8 and Dutilleux's Trois Strophes sur le nom de Sacher.  The recording celebrates Gautier Capucon's 40th birthday.  https://www.warnerclassics.com/release/souvenirs 

  • Michael Fine will produce sessions in Ghent's historic Academy One Studios

    August 2021

    Michael Fine will produce sessions in Ghent's historic Academy One Studios with conductor Kristiina Poska and the Flanders Symphony Orchestra.  First up is Prokofiev's Classical Symphony.  In December, flutist Stathis Karapanos will record Khachaturian's Flute Concerto with Maestra Poska and the FSO.  

  • Philip Mann led sessions at Texas Tech University's Hemmerle Hall in Lubbock

    July 2021

     Philip Mann led sessions at Texas Tech University's Hemmerle Hall in Lubbock of music by Copland (Appalachian Spring) and Michael Fine (Finding Home and A Time of Uncertainties) played by the Ensemble Bravura.  In addition, clarinetist Alexander Bedenko, violinists Grace Park and Kiril Laskarov, violist Elias Goldstein, cellist Maksim Velichkin and pianist Tatiana Roitman recorded Prokofiev's Overture on Hebrew Themes.  When post production is complete, these will be added to the recording made at Texas Tech in 2020 of Michael Fine's Concierto del Luna (with flutist Alexa Still and guitarist Jason Vieaux) and Aaron Kernis' Air (Alexa Still and Tatiana Roitman.)

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