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MAY-JUNE 2010
After a very successful performances of Mozart’s Magic Flute in Atlanta, Arthur Fagen conducts the Orquestra Sinfonica at the Teatro Nacional Claudio Santoro in Brasilia on 8 and 15 June with two different programs. First program features Rimsky-Korsakov‘s  Sadko and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony n. 4, and second program includes Mozart’s Symphony KV 184 and Mahler’s Symphony n. 4. The Naxos CD with Martinu Piano Concertos, released in January 2010, received rave reviews from international critics. The recording was also included on the latest top bestsellings Naxos albums, as well as on Gramophone Magazine’s Specialist Classical Chart, where it retains a position among the top 20 albums.

Orchestra Sinfonica do Teatro Claudio Santoro, Brasilia - Brazil
June 8 and 15, 2010
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APRIL 2010
ARTHUR FAGEN RETURNS TO ATLANTA TO CONDUCT MOZART’S MAGIC FLUTE

As a regular guest of the Atlanta Opera, Mr. Fagen conducts in Atlanta a new production of Mozart’s Magic Flute in April and May, 2010.

Atlanta Opera
April 24, 27, 30 and May 2, 2010
www.atlantaopera.org

MARCH 2010

Following his successful collaboration with the Orchestra Haydn Orchester, Arthur Fagen returns to Italy in March to conduct two concerts, in Bolzano on March 30th, and in Trento on March 31st. The program includes the world premičre of ‘Ndyah’ by Italian composer Michele Dall’Ongaro, and Mendelssohn’s Symphony n.3.

The recent Naxos recording of Martinu's Piano Concertos has been awarded an Editor's Choice in the March 2010 issue of Gramophone Magazine. The three works for piano and orchestra on the awarded disc span twenty years of the Czech composer's peripatetic career, from the Concertino to the Third and Fifth Piano Concertos. Mr. Fagen is devoted to Martinu's music and  has also completed the six symphonies for Naxos (please see reviews).

As a regular guest of the Atlanta Opera, Mr. Fagen will conduct a new production of Mozart’s Magic Flute in April and May, 2010.

Orchestra Haydn Orchester, Bolzano and Trento
March 30 and 31, 2010
www.haydn.it

Atlanta Opera
April 24, 27, 30 and May 2, 2010
www.atlantaopera.org 

 

FEBRUARY 2010

Martinu's Piano Concertos: Editor's Choice of Gramophone Magazine

We are delighted to announce that the recent Naxos recording of Martinu's Piano Concertos has been awarded an Editor's Choice in the March 2010 issue of Gramophone Magazine. The three works for piano and orchestra on the awarded disc span twenty years of the Czech composer's peripatetic career, from the Concertino to the Third and Fifth Piano Concertos.

Martinů was one of Czechoslovakia's most prolific and varied composer with an impressive list of orchestral compositions including six symphonies and five piano concertos.

DECEMBER 2009

Arthur Fagen conducted the Richmond Symphony Orchestra with a program including Cesar Franck’s  Symphony in D minor and Beethoven’s Egmont Overture. Mr. Fagen was joined by soloist Yang Wei for a work by composer Bright Sheng, ‘Nanking! Nanking’, a Threnody for Orchestra and Pipa. Soon after, he flew to Italy where he conducted the Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo on November 22, joined by pianist Benedetto Lupo in Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 448. The program prepared for the Sanremo Symphony was part of a Haydn cycle and included Haydn’s Symphony nr. 84 in E-Flat Major of the so-called Paris Symphonies. Mr. Fagen opened the evening with Beethoven’s Prometheus Overture op. 43. Both concerts earned enthusiastic reviews.

NOVEMBER 2009

Mr. Fagen is currently conducting the Richmond Symphony Orchestra with a program including Cesar Franck’s  Symphony in D minor, Beethoven’s Egmont Overture , and ‘Nanking! Nanking’, a Threnody for Orchestra and Pipa, - a four-stringed Chinese instrument ( often referred to as the Chinese lute) - by composer Bright Sheng. On November 22 he will conduct the Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo, joined by pianist Benedetto Lupo in Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 448. The program  includes Haydn’s Symphony nr. 84 in E-Flat Major of the so-called Paris Symphonies. Mr. Fagen will open the evening with Beethoven’s Prometheus Overture op. 43.

More information at:

www.richmondsymphony.com
www.sinfonicasanremo.it

OCTOBER 2009

Arthur Fagen conducted the Orchester Musikkollegium Winterthur,  the oldest Orchestra in Switzerland, conducted in the past by Hermann Scherchen and Wilhelm Furtwängler and connected with composers like Richard Strauss, Igor Stravinsky and Anton Webern. Mr. Fagen performed the second version - rarely performed – of Mendelssohn’s Symphony n. 4 (Italian), edited in 1833/1834, and Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto Op. 64, joined by soloist Sergej Krilov, as well as a premičre of Sommernachts-(tag)-Traum by Swiss composer Rolf Urs Ringger. The critics have been very enthusiastic ( please see reviews ).

 

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