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  • Warners Classics released the live recital by Gautier

    November 2019

    Warners Classics released the live recital by Gautier Capuçon and Yuja Wang from Koerner Hall at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto.  The concert - Franck, Chopin and Piazolla - was recorded by Michael Fine with engineer Michael Bishop.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpJmAt_e13g.  And a glowing review: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2020/jan/14/wang-capucon-chopin-franck-barbican-london

  • SONY Classics released our production of 'The Enlightened Trumpet'

    October 2019

    SONY Classics released our production of 'The Enlightened Trumpet' - the great trumpet concertos of Haydn, Hummel, Telemann and Leopold Mozart with Paul Merkelo, solo trumpet of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, and the Oxford Philharmonia conducted by Marios Papadopoulous. The recording was made in Saffron Walden with Michael Fine producing. Wolf-Dieter Karwatky was the engineer.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmkHbV9cASc

  • Post-production is nearly finished on 'Five for Five'

    October 2019

    Post-production is nearly finished on 'Five for Five' - Five Quintets by Michael Fine for wind instrument and string quartet, recorded at Festival Mozaic in California in August with an all star lineup of musicians.  The release is planned for early next year on Evidence Classics.  Michael Fine produced the sessions at Cuesta College with engineer Jin Choi.  Here's the first trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0mLJPjbGW0

  • Evidence Classics announces the release of Jae-Hyuck Cho's recital of Bach, Widor, Liszt, and Kim

    October 2019

    Evidence Classics announces the release of Jae-Hyuck Cho's recital of Bach, Widor, Liszt, and Kim recorded in Paris' historic Le Madeleine.  Michael Fine produced the sessions with engineer Maximilen Ciup.  Here's a taste of the recording: Bach/Widor: Sicilienne | Jae-Hyuck Cho (Live at La Madeleine

  • Ongoing post-production for several projects with a beautiful first edit of Jae-hyuck Cho's Rachmaninoff from Moscow

    September 2019

    Ongoing post-production for several projects with a beautiful first edit of Jae-hyuck Cho's Rachmaninoff from Moscow with Hans Graf and the Russian National Orchestra.  The recording was produced by Michael Fine with engineer Erdo Groot.  Here's a teaser: Rachmaninov_2+3_conc.mp4