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News - Autumn 1999 (Issue No. 4)
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A new McMaestro joins the fold
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Last Spring
Paul McCreesh, known primarily until now as the Founder and Director of the Gabrieli Consort & Players, was signed exclusively for world management by Intermusica. go to full story
Double Success for Haefliger in Chicago
The last few months have seen Andreas Haefliger collaborating with a number of major orchestras and conductors, including two appearances with the Chicago Symphony. go to full story
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Renowned violinist Midori signed for European Management - check article in Spring 2000
Major appointments with BBC Orchestras for two Intermusica artists
Richard Hickox has been announced as the new Principal Conductor of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. And James MacMillan will take up the role of Composer/Conductor with the BBC Philharmonic, succeeding Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. go to full story
Orchestral Touring Highlights
The second part of the 98/99 season began with a visit to the Lucerne Easter festival by the Academy of Ancient Music, together with the Choir of College Oxford, all under the baton of Paul Goodwin. go to full story
A busy year for Cecile Ousset includes returns to the New York Philharmonic (her third visit), this time to play one of her party pieces, Saint-Saens No. 2, with Fabio Luisi conducting.

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She'll also perform the Ravel G Major Concerto at St David's Hall in Cardiff with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, and Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Royal Philharmonic, both conducted by Matthias Bamert, and will also appear with the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine.

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Flor triumphs in Chicago Symphony debut
“It was Flor and his Ravinia Festival debut that made the strongest impression." (Chicago Tribune) go to full story
Masterly Schiff
Heinrich Schiff's performance of the Viennese composer Friedrich Cerha's Concerto with Belohlavek and the BBC Symphony was a highlight of the BBC Proms this Summer. go to full story
Lortie finesses Chopin at Proms
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"As a pianist, Lortie is both a compelling player and a purposeful thinker." (Daily Telegraph) go to full story
Metzmacher's glorious return to the Berlin Philharmonic
"Ingo Metzmacher stepped onto the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra's rostrum and delivered performances [...] that were as sovereignly paced as they were thrilling." (Der Tagespiegel) go to full story
International Chamber Music Season
1999/2000 marks the 10th year of Intermusica presenting the world's greatest chamber ensembles and repertoire in the Queen Elizabeth Hall. This season sees a number of artists appearing in the series for the first time, including the Brentano String Quartet and Florestan Trio, pianists Leif Ove Andsnes, Till Fellner, Ignat Solzhenitsyn and Lars Vogt, violinists Christian Tetzlaff and Thomas Zehetmair, cellist Truls Mork, and soprano Felicity Lott. go to full story
London Symphony Chorus and City of London Sinfonia - exclusively with Intermusica
The City of London Sinfonia, founded over 25 years ago by Richard Hickox, will now be represented abroad exclusively by Intermusica in a partnership which builds on the successful collaboration over previous seasons. go to full story
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Explosive Kavakos remains cool despite loose cannon. go to full story
Record Shelf
A selection of recent releases by our artists. go to full story
BBC Proms 1999
Another extensive and wide-ranging Summer for Intermusica artists and projects at the 1999 BBC Proms. go to full story

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