Opera In Europe
There is no better conductor to follow than Ádám Fischer! He is the most fascinating conductor that I have ever met! His talent is evident in the many different festivals and orchestras that he conducts. In 1987, he founded and became music director of the Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra which plays in the original Esterhazy Estate in the very own room where Haydn premiered most of his symphonies. In 1998, he became the chief conductor of the Danish National Chamber Orchestra. With this orchestra he has recorded Mozart’s symphonies which received excellent reviews. “You can imagine the composer smiling in approval” ( Gramophone). “Adam Fischer and the fabulous DNCO give the most breathtaking recordings obtainable nowadays of the Mozart Symphonies. Sensational!” (Weiner Zeitung). “This is like the dream Mozart symphonies set” ( BBC 3). In 2006, he began conducting the Wagner in Budapest festival, which the Palace of Arts says has attracted 50,000 people since it began. The festival has been linked to a “mini-Bayreuth.” In this semi-staged performance, he is approaching the massively complex scores almost like chamber music to bring out the details that might get lost in the opera house and to have a very direct interaction during the performance with the singers.
Ádám Fischer is conducting in the two most famous opera houses; the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City and the Vienna State Opera House where he will conduct The Ring in January 2016. (If you wish to reserve your place any of the upcoming tours you will receive the Mozart Symphonies CD set as a gift.) For more information about the tours please contact us by email ([email protected]) or by phone at 1-888-248-8269.
Founder and President of Opera In Europe
January 2016 Austria - Vienna
The Ring in the Vienna State Opera House
February 2016 Spain
Concert Tour with Vienna Symphony Orchestra
June 2016 Hungary – Budapest
The Ring and Die Meistersinger, semi-staged performance in the Palace of Art
September 11-18, 2016 Austria – Eisenstadt
Haydn Festival with the Austro-Hungarian Orchestra
Group sizes are: 15 persons maximum / no single supplement