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  • Warners Classics announced the releases of Renaud Capuçon's recording of Bach Sonatas

    March 2019

    Warners Classics announced the releases of Renaud Capuçon's recording of Bach Sonatas with pianist David Fray, recorded in Paris' La cathédrale Notre-Dame-du-Liban.  Michael Fine produced with sessions with Jean-Marc Laisné, engineer. Erato - Warner Classics France

  • Michael Fine produced sessions with Renaud Capuçon, Gautier Capuçon, and Frank Braley

    March 2019

    Michael Fine produced sessions with Renaud Capuçon, Gautier Capuçon, and Frank Braley: two of Beethoven's towering masterpieces: The Archduke and Ghost piano trios.  Sessions took place in the RIFFX Studios at La Seine Musicale.  Jin Choi was engineer on the sessions.  The first edit has already been completed.

  • Festival Mozaic announced its summer 2019 season

    March 2019

    Festival Mozaic announced its summer 2019 season.  Michael Fine is one of the featured artists as composer and clarinetist.  His Bassoon Quintet and Flute Quintet will receive their world premiere performances; his Oboe Quintet will receive its US premiere at the Festival.  After the conclusion of the Festival, these pieces will all be recorded along with Elegy for and the Clarinet Quintet.  Artists include Alice K. Dade, (flute); Xiaodi Liu (oboe); Anton Rist (clarinet); Fei Xei (bassoon), Robert Walter (English Horn); Scott Yoo (Violin), Erik Arvinder (Violin), Maurycy Banaszek (Viola), Jonah Kim (Cello Festival Mozaic 2019 Summer Brochure

  • SONY Classics released Korean pianist Jae-Hyuck Cho's debut concerto recording

    February 2019

    SONY Classics released Korean pianist Jae-Hyuck Cho's debut concerto recording - the first piano concertos of Beethoven and Liszt - with Adrien Perruchon conducting the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.  The recording also makes the debut on disc of conductor Adrien Perruchon.  Michael Fine produced the sessions in Glasgow with engineer Jin Choi.

  • The Cite de la Musique in tranquil Soissons, an hour from Paris

    February 2019

    The Cite de la Musique in tranquil Soissons, an hour from Paris, was our home for several days as we recorded all sixteen Mozart Sonatas for Violin and Piano with Renaud Capucon and Kit Armstrong in sessions and concerts.  To record all of these masterworks in three long days was an extraordinary accomplishment that required intense concentration and focus, something these artists have in abundance.  Each of these works is a uniquely beautiful outpouring of Mozart's genius. Michael Fine produced the sessions with Jin Choi, engineer. Editing to start soon!