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  • Michael Fine will travel to Saffron Walden, north of London

    August 2018

    Michael Fine will travel to Saffron Walden, north of London, for sessions with American trumpet virtuoso Paul Merkelo and the Oxford Phiharmonia conducted by Marios Papdopoulos.  Merkelo, solo trumpet of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, will record the concertos of Joseph and Michael Haydn, Hummel and Leopold Mozart.  Michael Fine will produce with engineer Wolf-Dieter Karwatky.

  • The world renowned historic Le Madeleine, in the heart of Paris, will be the site

    August 2018

    The world renowned historic Le Madeleine, in the heart of Paris, will be the site of a new recording by Korean pianist/organist Jaehyuck Cho.  He will record music by Bach, Widor, Liszt, and a newly commissioned work by the young Korean composer, Texu Kim.  The recording will be produced by Michael Fine,  Maximilain Ciup will be the engineer.   Cho has a Beethoven solo piano recital and a soon to be released recording of Beethoven and Liszt 1st Piano Concertos with Adrien Perruchon conducting the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, both for SONY.  They were produced by Michael Fine.

  • Michael Fine's woodwind quintet Dance Scene received

    August 2018

    Michael Fine's woodwind quintet Dance Scene received its world premiere performance by the Asian Wind Consort at the, Jeju Cultural and Arts Center, Grand TheatreJeju Island, Republic of Korea.  Members of the Consort:  Takehito Hashimoto, flute; Yosuke Terashima, oboe; Robert Borsos, clarinet; Jungho Chang, bassoon; Seungbum Lim, horn.  

  • Composition news:

    July 2018

    Composition news:  Michael Fine's Six Little Preludes will be played in Carnegie Hall by pianist Norman Krieger.  Presented in the Key Pianist Series, the concert will take place on 17 October 

  • Warners Classics announces the August release of our recording

    July 2018

    Warners Classics announces the August release of our recording with conductor Emmanuel Villaume, pianist Andrew von Oeyen and the PKF-Prague Philharmonia.  Featuring music of Ravel, Bizet, and Debussy, it was recorded in the Czech Radio Studios.  Michael Fine produced, edited, and mixed the sessions. Jakub Hadraba was engineer.