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  • Following the recording of the SPO percussion ensemble, the recording team moved to the Seoul Arts Centre

    December 2012

    Following the recording of the SPO percussion ensemble, the recording team moved to the Seoul Arts Centre for live recordings of the Beethoven 9th Symphony with Myung Whun Chung conducting the Seoul Philharmonic and soloists Kathleen Kim, Songmi Yang, Joseph Kang, and Samuel Yoon. This was the first orchestral recording in Asia made with all digital microphones.

  • Michael Fine inaugurated the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra's new recording facilty just after Christmas

    December 2012

    Michael Fine inaugurated the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra's new recording facilty just after Christmas with Lou Harrison's and John Cage's Double Music for percussion quartet featuring the SPO's superb musicians. Edward Choi, Miyoune Kim, Mun-Hong Kim, and Adrien Perruchon. The new state of the art studio has a Yamaha DM2000 mixing desk and 58 Sennheiser digital microphones, B&W Nautilus speakers, and a range of superb outboard equipment including 2 TC reverb units and Weiss EQ. Wolf-DIeter Karwatky was tonmeister for the session assisted by Jin Choi.

  • Decca releases our production of the Rachmaninov 2nd Piano Concerto performed by Valentina Lisitsa with Michael Francis

    November 2012

    Decca releases our production of the Rachmaninov 2nd Piano Concerto performed by Valentina Lisitsa with Michael Francis conducting the London Symphony Orchestra. All four concertos plus the Paganini Rhapsody will be available in a deluxe box set this spring, we are told.

  • Handel at the Piano Nr. 1 on the Netherlands Itunes Classical Charts

    November 2012

    Daria van den Bercken's Handel at the Piano, released by SONY Classical and produced by Michael Fine has been at the top of the Itunes charts in the Netherlands and recently received a rare 5 star review from the Volkskrant. We couldn't agree more.

  • Master cellist Gautier Capucon and pianist Frank Braley will record a program of music

    November 2012

    Master cellist Gautier Capucon and pianist Frank Braley will record a program of music by Debussy, Schumann, Schubert, and Britten in Hohenems, Austria. Michael Fine will produce the recording for Virgin Classics with Jin Choi, engineer.