Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra was founded in 1987 by Adam Fischer in order to perform Haydn's work in the place where he lived and worked, and bring together some of the finest musicians from Austria and Hungary.
The home of the Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra is the Haydnsaal in Esterhazy Palace, Eisenstadt. As the orchestra of resident, Haydn Orchestra plays important role of annual Haydn Festival. Musicians are best from both Austria, including members of Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Hungarian States Symphony Orchestra, etc. Since 1987, the orchestra recorded entire Haydn Symphonies and completed in 2001.
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra was invited many of famous festivals, such as BBC Proms in London, Mostly Mozart Festival in New York, Mozart Week in Salzburg. In 1993 the orchestra made Asia tour and performed Tokyo, Osaka Taipei, and other cities. They are the gust ensemble of Festival l'Pau in Le Mans, France. There are 6 concerts in May 2002. The orchestra appeared Vienna and Budapest frequently.
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra invited famous conductors, such as, Manfred Honeck, Helmut Rilling, Bruno Weil, Richard Hicox, Trevor Pinock.