Haydn Philharmonic, conducted by Adam Fischer

2009 The leading role of the historic Haydn Year is coming to Japan! !

Chief Conductor: Adam Fisher

Founded in 1987 by members of the Vienna Philharmonic and other major Hungarian orchestras under the leadership of conductor Adam Fischer. At the time of its founding, before the fall of the Iron Curtain, Fischer's idea was to "bring together the best musicians from both Austria and Hungary to perform Haydn's works together and overcome musical borders." there were.

Their home base is, of course, in Eisenstadt, Haydn Saal inside Esterházy Castle. This is where Haydn produced many of his songs, and has remained unchanged since Haydn's time. The orchestra usually consists of 45 members, slightly more than in the prime of Haydn's time as court music director at Esterházy Castle. In addition to Haydn's works, the main repertoire consists of works by composers of Haydn's time, but many works from the Romantic and contemporary eras are also performed.

Conducted by Adam Fischer, the Haydn Philharmonic concert faithfully follows the program of the International Haydn Festival in Eisenstadt, including Haydn's operas. They have toured in Austria, Hungary, Europe, USA, and Japan, and are spreading their name internationally. Vienna Konzerthaus and Musikverein, Budapest Spring Festival, Palace of Arts, Schwarzenberg Schubertiade, Musikverein (Graz), Tonhalle Zurich, Victoria Hall (Geneva), Festival Hall ( Baden-Baden), Berlin Philharmonic Hall, BBC Proms (London), Mostly Mozart Festival (New York), and many other international music festivals. is immovable.

From 1987 to 2001, all Haydn symphonies were recorded on Nimbus Records. Recordings 40-54 of these were awarded Gramophone magazine's 'Best of the Year' honors.

Since 2004, he has been re-recording Haydn's "London Symphony" at Dabringhaus & Grim using surround sound techniques. The first release of the series won the prestigious Echo Classic Award in 2006.

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