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Performer: Iván Fischer

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AmsterdamFrom Dvořák to Stravinsky

From Dvořák to Stravinsky
Dvořák, Bartók, Röntgen, Debussy, Diepenbrock, Franck, Mahler, Bruckner, Zweers, Tchaikovsky, Wagenaar, Reger, Ravel, Pijper, Stravinsky, Dopper
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Miah Persson

New York CityIván Fischer conducts: Mozart, Satie, Milhaud and Ravel

New York Philharmonic
Mozart, Satie, Milhaud, Ravel
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Iván Fischer

AmsterdamBudapest Festival Orchestra and Iván Fischer: Mahler's Symphony No. 7

© Marco Borggreve
Mozart, Mahler
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Julia Fischer

ParisBudapest Festival Orchestra plays Liszt

Liszt
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Seong-Jin Cho
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Budapest Festival Orchestra plays away in Ravenna

Iván Fischer © Zani-Casadio
After its Covid-19 “Quarantine soirées”, the Budapest Festival Orchestra celebrates the end of lockdown by taking on a two-concert international tour!
***11
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Iván Fischer focuses on the big picture in Mahler 5 at Lincoln Center

Iván Fischer © Akos Stiller
The players of the Budapest Festival Orchestra once again proved themselves to be a remarkably cohesive ensemble.
****1
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Mozart’s final flourish from the OAE at The Anvil

Iván Fischer © Akos Stiller

Handsome, if not razor-sharp, performances of familiar repertoire, given with affection, ear-catching colour and boundless vitality.

****1
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Dumka and Furiant from the Puszta: Budapest Festival Orchestra

Sir András Schiff, Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra © Tom Howard | Barbican
Two great Hungarians – Iván Fischer and Sir András Schiff – together with the fabulous Budapest Festival Orchestra give a masterclass in musicianship.
*****
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Iván Fischer jumps in to deliver thrills with the Berlin Phil

Anna Vinnitskaya © Marco Borggreve
The Hungarian conductor is a late replacement for a satisfying mixed programme in which pianist Anna Vinnitskaya makes a blistering debut. 
****1
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