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  • Naxos will release Michael Fine's composition Skipping Stones performed by Alice K. Dade and Friends, recorded at Skywalker Ranch in February 2018 on a recording titled 'Living Music' featuring works by contemporary composers.

    August 2017

    Naxos will release Michael Fine's composition Skipping Stones performed by Alice K. Dade and Friends, recorded at Skywalker Ranch in February 2018 on a recording titled 'Living Music' featuring works by contemporary composers.  Alice and Michael Fine recorded this interview in Busan, Korea:

  • Idagio.com publishes the Quartet K's recording of Michael Fine's Quartet Moments on their new streaming service

    July 2017

    Idagio.com publishes the Quartet K's recording of Michael Fine's Quartet Moments on their new streaming service: https://www.idagio.com/playlists/michael-fine-quartet-moments?utm_source=partner_PR&utm_campaign=fine_quartets_180717

  • Michael Fine returned to Festival Mozaic as a clarinetist for the fourth consecutive season playing in two orchestral concerts under the direction of Scott Yoo and in Harbison's Wind Quintet

    July 2017

    Michael Fine returned to Festival Mozaic as a clarinetist for the fourth consecutive season playing in two orchestral concerts under the direction of Scott Yoo and in Harbison's Wind Quintet

  • Photo from rehearsal for the the world premiere of Michael Fine's Double Concerto for Two Violins and String Orchestra which took place in Little Rock

    May 2017

    Photo from rehearsal for the the world premiere of Michael Fine's Double Concerto for Two Violins and String Orchestra which took place in Little Rock, Arkansas with violinists Andrew Irvin and Kiril Laskarov with Philip Ryann Mann conducting the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.  As Eric E. Harrison wrote in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, 'Fine’s three-movement work, meanwhile, enhances the voicing in the same string “band” (minus the harpsichord) to create a lovely flow of melody and harmony throughout, full of warm, rich tonal colors and a really nice mini-cadenza at the finale. Like his Suite for Strings, which the orchestra premiered at an INC concert in January 2016, the musical line flows across movement boundaries.'

  • Cellist Nick Shugaev and pianist Marcos Madrigal rehearse Michael's 'Tokyo Rain' for its world premiere performance in Havana Classical

    April 2017

    Cellist Nick Shugaev and pianist Marcos Madrigal rehearse Michael's 'Tokyo Rain' for its world premiere performance in Havana Classical