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  • Warners/Erato recording of Lalo, Bruch, and Sarasate with violinist Renaud Capuçon, Paavo Jarvi, and the Orchestre de Paris

    October 2015

    Post production is complete on the new Warners/Erato recording of Lalo, Bruch, and Sarasate with violinist Renaud Capuçon, Paavo Jarvi, and the Orchestre de Paris, recorded in the new Philharmonie. The recording will be released in January. Michael Fine produced, edited, and mixed the recording. The recording is a co-production with Radio Classique who provided the technical team at the sessions: Aurelie Messonier and Aude-Marie Piloz. Sennheiser graciously provided two pairs of their 'Twin' microphones.

  • Bryan Hymel has won the Echo Award

    September 2015

    Heroique: French Heroic Tenor Arias with Bryan Hymel and the Prague Philharmonia conducted by Emmanuel Villaume has won the German Echo Award for 'Best Newcomer.' Congratulations to the artists and the recording team: producer Michael Fine and engineer Jin Choi.

  • Pianist Norman Krieger records Brahms Piano Sonata..

    August 2015

    Pianist Norman Krieger records Brahms Piano Sonata Nr. 1, Op.1in Berlin's famous Jesus-Christus Kirche. The recording will complete his all Brahms program - begun with a recording of the composer's 2nd Piano Concerto with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Phillip Ryan Mann. Michael Fine will produce with tonmeister Wolf-Dieter Karwatky. The piano will be supplied by Gerd Finkenstein.

  • Michael Fine will participate as a clarinetist for the third year..

    July 2015

    Michael Fine will participate as a clarinetist for the third year in a row in Festival Mosaic, San Luis Obispo, California playing chamber music, jazz, and an orchestra concert. In addition, Fine's Skipping Stones for Flute and Strings will be premiered in the Festival's closing concert. For more information on Festival Mosaic 2015 see http://www.festivalmozaic.com.

  • DGG releases the ninth recording in their series with the Seoul..

    June 2015

    DGG releases the ninth recording in their series with the Seoul Philharmonic and Myung-Whun Chung: Mahler's 5th Symphony, recorded in the Seoul Arts Centre. The famous trumpet solo is played by the SPO's brilliant principal Alexandre Baty. The recording was produced by Michael Fine with tonmeister Wolf-Dieter Karwatky