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  • Award winning violnist Grace Park records Mozart's Violin Concerto Nr 5

    June 2021

    Award winning violnist Grace Park records Mozart's Violin Concerto Nr 5, Dvorak's Romance, and the world premiere of an orchestration by Alex Fortes of Dvorak's Four Romantic Pieces with Emmanuel Villaume conducting the Prague Philharmonia Orchestra.  Michael Fine produced the sessions at the Church of Sts Simon and Jude with Jakub Hadraba, engineer.  The recording is already in post-production.  Grace Park is the recent laureate of the prestigious Naumberg Competition.

  • Maestro Emmanuel Villaume recorded Ravel's 'Le Tombeau de Couperin'

    June 2021

    Maestro Emmanuel Villaume recorded Ravel's 'Le Tombeau de Couperin' with the Prague Philharmonia in sessions produced by Michael Fine with engineer Jakub Hadraba.  The orchestra have announced an August release the recording of Dvorak's Symphony 8 and Martinu's 'Toccata e Due Canzone' recorded by Michael Fine in Prague's Rudolfinum earlier last year.

  • French label Evidence Classics announces

    April 2021

    French label Evidence Classics announces the summer release of Korean pianist Jae-Hyuck Cho's recording of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concertos 2 and 3 with Hans Graf conducting the Russian National Orchestra.  The recording, produced by Michael Fine with engineer Erdo Groot, was made in Moscow's new Zaryadye Hall  https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1fCukPab-54Luf5ppr_rFHrBn8S_QpBng

  • Warners Classics announces the release of Andrew von Oeyen's Bach

    April 2021

    Warners Classics announces the release of Andrew von Oeyen's Bach and Beethoven recital, recorded by Michael Fine with engineer Erdo Groot in Soisson's Cité de la Musique et La Danse.  Part of the team for this recording was legendary piano technician Kazuto Osato.  https://vimeo.com/521762770/863c522eea

  • Despite the COVID crisis which led to two postponements

    February 2021

    Despite the COVID crisis which led to two postponements, Michael Fine's Chamber Symphony received its European premiere with the Prague Philharmonia under the direction of its Music Director Emmanuel Villaume in Prague's Jatka78 concert space.  The concert was streamed worldwide over social media;  the composer along with members of the orchestra's staff were the only people present in the audience.  The orchestra has promised to program the work again when audiences are allowed to come to concerts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEwp9KLXNNE