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Performer: Iván Fischer

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LondonSir András Schiff plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4

Dvořák, Beethoven
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Sir András Schiff

LondonSir András Schiff plays Beethoven's Emperor Concerto

Dvořák, Beethoven
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Sir András Schiff

HamburgBudapest Festival Orchestra, Schiff, Fischer

© Maxim Schulz
Dvořák, Beethoven
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Sir András Schiff

HamburgBudapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer

© Maxim Schulz
Dvořák, Beethoven
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Sir András Schiff

AmsterdamRossini, Mozart, Haydn

Rossini, Mozart, Haydn
Rossini, Mozart, Haydn
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Isabelle Faust; Tabea Zimmermann
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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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Orfeo meets the Bacchae: Monteverdi with a twist in Budapest

La favola d'Orfeo © Judit Horváth
Iván Fischer’s take on Monteverdi’s opera offers a radical rewriting within the trappings of a traditional staging.
***11
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High stakes from the Budapest Festival Orchestra

Iván Fischer © Marco Borggreve
Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra go out on a limb for a second night at the Hollywood Bowl. 
****1
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Astonishing Bartók from the BFO at Carnegie Hall

Iván Fischer © Jennifer Taylor
In a program devoted to Béla Bartók, the visitors from Hungary conveyed both a distinct uniqueness of their heritage as well as a possibility of music as a tool for communication and understanding.
*****
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Absolute Stravinsky, absolute Iván Fischer!

Iván Fischer © Marco Borggreve
The Konzerthaus Berlin devotes a six-day festival to a single composer under a single conductor. 
*****
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