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Since almost 20 years Adam Fischer has been Chief Conductor of the Danish Chamber Orchestra. Their complete recording of all of Mozart´s symphonies received an International Classical Music Award. He and the orchestra continue their successful collaboration with a Beethoven cycle.

In their next concert at Copenhagen´s Royal Academy of Music they will present Mozart´s Sinfonia Concertante and Schubert´s Symphony No 4.

Beethoven´s Symphony No 7 was the centrepiece of the last concert of Adam Fischer and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Their outstanding interpretation received enthusiastic applause from the audience at the Royal Festival Hall.

Read the excellent reviews:


„An inspired and inspiring performance from start to finish“ (Backtrack)

“Convincing choice of tempo, clear inner detail, subtleties abounded” (Classicalsource)

Principal Conductor of the Düsseldorfer Symphoniker and Artistic Advisor to the Tonhalle Adam Fischer was on the podium, when the Tonhalle presented their programme for the 2017|18 season.

Fischer will continue his Mahler cycle concudcting symphonies 3 and 8 as well as „ Das Lied von der Erde“. Beethoven´s „Eroica“ is on the progamme of the Human Rights´ Concert, an annual event which Adam Fischer had initiated.


Adam Fischer made his debut at the Wiener Staatsoper, where his very first engagement was as répétiteur  in 1973, with Verdi´s "Otello"in 1980.

Since then he has conducted almost 350 performances in Vienna with a repertoire including 26 different operas.

Following the performance of "Don Giovanni" on January 26th honorary membership of the Wiener Staatsoper was publicly conferred upon him by Director Dominique Meyer.

To enthusiastic applause of the ensemble and the public, Adam Fischer accepted the document and the ring of honour.



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