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  • Michael Fine's Chamber Symphony will be premiered by the Colorado College Summer Music Festival

    February 2019

    Michael Fine's Chamber Symphony will be premiered by the Colorado College Summer Music Festival on June 18 at 19:30 in Packard Hall with all-star group of musicians conducted by Scott Yoo: Alice Dade, flute; Elizabeth Koch, oboe; Anton Rist, clarinet; *festival fellow, bass clarinet Michael Thornton, horn; Kevin Cobb, trumpet; Tonya Jilling, harp Steven Copes, violin; Virginia Barron, viola; David Ying, cello; Susan Cahill, bass Scott Yoo, conductor.

  • Evidence Classics released the first recording of Michael Fine's Orchestral Music

    January 2019

    Evidence Classics released the first recording of Michael Fine's Orchestral Music with Philip Mann conducting the Royal Scottish National Orchestra: http://evidenceclassics.com/discography/seasons/.  A video of the last movement of Suite for Strings - Finding Home - had over 28,000 views in one month - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL7wawwqbLk - as well as very strong radio play in the US and Europe - http://www.crossovermedia.net/artists/michael-fine/projects/seasons/.  The recording is available on all major streaming services and distributed by Harmonia Mundi/PIAS.
     
    Evidence Classics will also be the label for a recording of Michael Fine's Quintets for Wind Instruments and String Quartet to be recorded at Festival Mozaic in August 2019.
  • Michael Fine Music becomes the new business

    December 2018

    Michael Fine Music becomes the new business for all of Michael's recording, composing, and recording works.  All clients will now receive invoices from Michael Fine Music rather than Fine Sound Productions - the name of our company for over 20 years.

  • Cellist Hee-Young Lim recorded her second CD with Michael Fine:

    November 2018

    Cellist Hee-Young Lim recorded her second CD with Michael Fine: a program of Russian sonatas - Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, and Shostakovich - with pianist Nathalia Milstein in Hannover's Leibnizsaal.  The engineer was Jin Choi.

  • Two of Michael Fine's productions were nominated

    November 2018

    Two of Michael Fine's productions were nominated for the prestigious Edison Award: Daria van den Bercken's Scarlatti recital (SONY) was nominated for the public prize, while Nathalia Milstein's debut solo CD - music of Prokofiev and Ravel (Mirare) was nominated for the debut award.  Milstein's CD also was awarded the Choc Classica in September.