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Beethoven Marathon – Ádám Fischer & DCO

Author: Unitel

The multiple award-winning Beethoven Symphony Cycle with Ádám Fischer and the Danish Chamber Orchestra is now available as a video recording.

  • Ádám Fischer & DCO | Copyright: © Lisa Grünwaldt / Unitel

    Ádám Fischer & DCO © Lisa Grünwaldt / Unitel

It was the sensation in the run-up to the Beethoven Year 2020: The complete Beethoven Symphony Cycle with the Danish Chamber Orchestra and its chief conductor Ádám Fischer. Renowned awards followed quickly: The CD set was named International Classical Music Award’s Recording of the Year 2020 and won the Opus Klassik as the best Symphonic recording / music 19th century.
With their witty and volatile performances, Fischer and the DCO amaze the audience and set new standards for the critics – and are now available on HD video, recorded in Jean Nouvel’s stunning Koncerthuset in Copenhagen.

English title THE BEETHOVEN MARATHON
Original title THE BEETHOVEN MARATHON
Genre Concert
Recording location Koncerthuset, Copenhagen
Recording date 12-13 September 2020
Production year 2020
Duration 360 min.
Video format HD
Production Company Unitel
Director Kasper Lange
Distribution TV Unitel & C Major for Unitel
Conductor Ádám Fischer
Soloist Sofie Elkjær Jensen (soprano)
Soloist Morten Grove Frandsen (countertenor)
Soloist Jacob Skov Andersen (tenor)
Soloist Henning von Schulman (bass)
Choir Danish National Concert Choir
Orchestra / Band Danish Chamber Orchestra

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