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  • Soprano Alexandra Lubchansky records a challenging program of operatic mad scenes by Rameau

    September 2012

    Soprano Alexandra Lubchansky records a challenging program of operatic mad scenes by Rameau. Handel, Mozart, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, Boito, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Previn. Constantin Trinks will conduct the Orchestra of Montpellier. Michael Fine will produce the sessions with engineer Romain Roux.

  • Maestro Chung with the Platinum Award for his first two recordings with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra presented by Pete Song

    September 2012

    Maestro Chung with the Platinum Award for his first two recordings with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra presented by Pete Song, head of Unversal Music's Classics and Jazz division in Korea.

  • Deutsche Grammophon announces the release of the fourth recording in the Seoul Philharmonic series conducted by Myung Whun Chung on August 13

    August 2012

    Deutsche Grammophon announces the release of the fourth recording in the Seoul Philharmonic series conducted by Myung Whun Chung on August 13. The live recording of Tchaicovsky's Symphony 6 and Rachmaninoff Vocalise was produced by Michael Fine with engineer Wolf-Dieter Karwatky was recorded at the Seoul Arts Centre. The first three recordings in the series have all achieved Platinum sales status in Korea with good sales reported world wide as well. Next recording: Beethoven's Symphony 9 in December.

  • Virgin Classics announces the release of Renaud Capucon's recording

    August 2012

    Virgin Classics announces the release of Renaud Capucon's recording of the Brahms and Berg Violin Concertos with Daniel Harding and the Vienna Philharmonic for October 2012. The recording, produced by Michael Fine with engineer Wolf-Dieter Karwatky was made in the ORF Sender in Vienna last December.

  • Michael Fine will give the keynote address at the World Federation of International Music Competitions

    April 2012

    Michael Fine will give the keynote address at the World Federation of International Music Competitions, in 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands on April 14. In June, Michael Fine will again be a juror at the Alieva International Piano Competition in Gaillard, France.