The News Letter of Adam Fischer & Haydn Orchestra Fan Club
|Mannheim Mozart Week 2002|
|"Rosenkavalier" and "Ring" at Vienna|
|"Don Carlo" at the Zurich Opera|
|Concert Halls of the World - Symphony Hall, Boston USA|
|2003 Schedule and Haydntage|
|Who's who in the Haydn Orchestra - Konrad Monsberger (Trumpet)|
|Performance Schedule -February, March, and April, 2003|
2003 will be another busy year for Adam Fischer and Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra. Following a concert on January 25, Adam and Haydn Orchestra will appear three times in Budapest on February 24th, April 22nd, and May 9th. They will perform at the Vienna Musikverein on March 7th.
The Haydntage 2003 starts on September 11th and ends on 21st. The orchestra does not
play in this year's opera but give three concerts on 13th, 18th and the 21st matinee.
Unlike last year, only one performance of the final matinee is planned. This year's theme
is "Haydn and Beethoven" and the Haydn Orchestra will play three Haydn
Symphonies (No. 86, 100, and 104) and two Beethoven Symphonies (No. 5 and No. 7), plus the
"Harmonie mass". In between the festival concerts, Adam Fischer will conduct
"Das Rheingold" and "Die Walk·e" at Vienna.
Adam Fischer's major performances in Mannheim are "Boris Godunov" premier on February 8th, "Parsifal" on April 18th, "Lohengrin" on April 27th, and "Othello" on May 17th. In addition, he will conduct some revivals including "La clemenza di Tito" and "Bluebeard's Castle". (Dates are tentative at the moment)
After guest conducting at Florence in February and Hamburg in March, Adam will appear at subscription concerts of the Budapest Radio Symphony and Vienna Symphony in April with Mahler's Symphony No. 7. There will be a lot of opera guest appearances in June, including "Andrea Chenier" at Vienna and "Zauberfl?e" in Munich and Zurich. He has three Ring cycle at Bayreuth in the summer. After Eisenstadt, Adam has the second half of the "Ring" cycle at Vienna and "Le nozze di Figaro" in Zurich.
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As we informed you in the last issue, some recordings by Adam Fischer are now available. Unfortunately some of them are sold only locally. The following CDs are available from the Nationaltheater Mannheim.
|Mozart "Lucio Silla" by DRS 45 Euro|
|Battisetelli "Auf den Marmoroklippen" 15 Euro|
|Mahler Symphony No. 4 etc. 15 Euro|
|1. Mannheimerschule Concert 2001 15 Euro|
|2. Mannheimerschule Concert 2002 15 Euro|
If you want these CDs and cannot contact with Nationaltheater Mannheim, please let us know. We will help you.
In addition to the CDs listed, Zurich Opera has produced a DVD of Paisiello's
"Nina". Cecilia Bartoli sang the title role and last year it was shown on German
TV. It was a very success production. We still don't have detailed information but most
likely, it will be available worldwide.
In the next issue, we will report on the premier of "Boris Godunov" at Mannheim
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