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  • Michael Fine's elegy

    March 2017

    Michael Fine's elegy 'To A Distant Star' will be performed by  Eric Planté, trumpet, and the orchestra of la Garde republicaine, Sébastien Billard, director at the Val-de-Grâce Church, 2 April 2017, under the patronage of the French Ministry of Defence.

  • Pianist Norman Krieger will play the world premiere of Michael Fine's 6 Little Preludes

    March 2017

    Pianist Norman Krieger will play the world premiere of Michael Fine's 6 Little Preludes for Piano at the Gina Bachauer Concert series at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, Salt Lake City, on 14 MarchNorman Krieger - Salt Lake County Center for the Arts

  • Michael Fine has been named composer-in-residence for a new music festival - Classical Havana - to be held 18-23 April 2017

    February 2017

    Michael Fine has been named composer-in-residence for a new music festival - Classical Havana - to be held 18-23 April 2017.  The music director is Marco Madrigal. Three of Michael's compositions will be performed: Suite for Strings, Quartet Moments 2, and Tokyo Rain for Cello and Piano.  http://classicalhavana.welltempered.com/

  • Deutsche Grammophon releases our recording of the opening concert at Seoul's splendid new Lotte Hal

    January 2017

    Deutsche Grammophon releases our recording of the opening concert at Seoul's splendid new Lotte Hall (acoustics by Yasuhisa Toyota. Maestro Myung Whun Chung conducted the Seoul Philharmonic in music of Beethoven, Saint-Saens and the traditional Korean 'Arirang.'  Michael Fine produced, edited, and mixed the recording.  Jin Choi was the recording engineer.

  • Decca releases our recording of Norman Krieger's Brahms Piano Concerto Nr. 2 and Piano Sonata 1.

    January 2017

    Decca releases our recording of Norman Krieger's Brahms Piano Concerto Nr. 2 and Piano Sonata 1.  The Concerto was recorded in Abbey Road Studios, London with the London Symphony Orchestra and conductor Philip Ryan Mann.  (LSO solo cellist Rebecca Gilliver played the third movement solo.)  The Sonata was recorded in Berlin's Jesus Christus Kirche.  Michael Fine produced and edited the recording; Wolf-Dieter Karwatky was the engineer. Steinway piano for both recordings provided by Gerd Finkenstein.  (For history and nostalgia buffs, we used the famed 'red-light' from sessions with Karajan and Furtwaengler!)