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  • A new Erato CD features three world premiere recordings of concertos written for Renaud Capuçon by Wolfgang Rihm , Pascal Dusapin, and Bruno Mantovani

    October 2016

    A new Erato CD features three world premiere recordings of concertos written for Renaud Capuçon by Wolfgang Rihm (Philippe Jordan, Wiener Symphonker), Pascal Dusapin, and Bruno Mantovani.  The latter two concertos were performed by Renaud Capuçon with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and Myung Whun Chung.  Michael Fine edited and mixed the Rihm recording, and remastered the two French concertos.

  • Michael Fine will produce a recording with pianist Nathalia Milstein playing Prokofiev and Ravel at Hannover's Beethovensaal

    September 2016

    Michael Fine will produce a recording with pianist Nathalia Milstein playing Prokofiev and Ravel at Hannover's Beethovensaal.  Nathalia was top prize winner at the Dublin Competition.  Michael was on the jury which awarded her the first prize in the youth division at the Alieva Piano Competition in Gaillard, France.

  • Hannover's Beethovensaal was the venue for popular Korean pianist Jae Hyuck Cho's debut solo CD

    September 2016

    Hannover's Beethovensaal was the venue for popular Korean pianist Jae Hyuck Cho's debut solo CD, featuring three of Beethoven's most beloved Sonatas:  Pathetique, Appassionata, and Waldstein.  Gerd Finkenstein provided his newest Steinway for the recording.  Michael produced with engineer Wolf-Dieter Karwatky.  Post-production is already under way.

  • Michael Fine will produce the recording of Maestro Myung Whun Chung's return to the Seoul Philharmonic in the new Lotte Hall

    August 2016

    Michael Fine will produce the recording of Maestro Myung Whun Chung's return to the Seoul Philharmonic in the new Lotte Hall.  The main work will be Saint-Saens Organ Symphony along with music by Beethoven, Brahms, and the traditional Arirang.  The recording will be released internationally by Deutsche Grammophon.

  • Flutist Alice Dade

    August 2016

    Flutist Alice Dade, who premiered Michael Fine's Skipping Stones for Flute and String Quintet last summer, will recorded the work at Skywalker Ranch in a program of works for flute by living composers.