Adam Fischer appointed Honorary Member of Wiener Staatsoper
28. January 2017

January 26. after the opera, Don Giovanni, Adam Fischer, was appointed Honorary Member of Wiener Staatsoper. Singers, orchetra, management and the audience honored Adam Fischer for his long lasting association with the Opera.

The Danish Chamber Orchestra is Saved
15. February 2016

With support from three Danish funds, the Danish National Chamber Orchestra launches an extensive series of recordings and concerts, playing Beethoven’s nine symphonies, with its chief conductor, Adam Fischer. The project that continues through 2018, also marks the reality of the orchestra’s fight to become a privately funded orchestra.

Yet Another Prize For The Orchestra
28. November 2015

In November 2015 the Danish National Chamber Orchestra was awarded the French award “Diapason d’Or de l’annee 2015”. The award was given for one of the last recordings the orchestra did in DR – the CD “”L’amour et le foi” with music by Messiaen.

Eroica – A Concert Gazing Into the Future
10. September 2015

When The Danish National Chamber Orchestra is led by chief conductor Adam Fischer on the stage on September 27th. it is still with its life at stake – and big artistic ambitions for the future. Along with them onstage they have the award winning soprano Lise Davidsen. The concert is Fischers way of expressing what dreams he hold for the orchestra and what he hopes to achieve with it.

The Danish National Chamber Has Been Ressurected
13. January 2015

The internationally acclamined conductor Adam Fischer is part of the task force who is now trying to ressurect the Danish National Chamber Orchestra after it was shut down in DR. He is in the group of people who has taken the initiative to set up a charity concert on February 1st. Mozart will be played and Adam Fischer himself will conduct the concert.