Mit Erfolg alte Zöpfe abgeschnitten
10 2011  
Axel Zibulski, Offenbach-Post  
Topless Beaches and Tapas Bars: The Quincena Music Festival in San Sebastián
10 January 2011  
Laurence Vittes, Eagle News  
Als de meester schertst...
9 2011  
Jan-Jakob Delanoye, Cutting Edge  
London vacation, part I
9 July 2011  
Somewhere, beyond spae and time (blog)  
Proms 63, 64, 65: Budapest FO/Fischer; BBC NOW/ Van Steen at the Albert Hall
9 May 2011  
Geoff Brown,The Times  
Proms 63 & 64: Budapest Festival Orchestra/Iván Fischer
9 April 2011  
Tim Ashley, The Guardian  
Saturday Night Loser's Club, Vol. CCLXXV: Audience Choice Edition
9 March 2011  
(chingchonchinaman), Daily Kos (blog)  


Leidenschaft und pralle Lebenslust
10 2011  
(Ge) Taunus Zeitung  
Grandioses Gastspiel beim Beethovenfest
9 2011  
Mathias Nofze, Generalanzeiger  
More Proms Reviews and Rants
9 August 2011  
Evan Tucker, Epileptic Fits of Blogging  
Best of the Proms?
9 June 2011  
Freeranger (blog)  
Budapest Festival Orchestra, BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall, London
9 May 2011  
Richard Fairman, Financial Times  
Trumpets and Demons - Prom 63 Mahler 1, Liszt Fischer
9 March 2011  
Doundou Tchil, Classical Iconoclast (blog)  
Proms 63 && 64: Budapest Festival Orchestra, Fischer, Royal Albert Hall
9 March 2011  
Edward Seckerson, The Independent  


Schubert und Bartók - Diabolisches Tastenrasen und feinste Lyrik
10 2011  
NN., Frankfurter Rundschau  
Beethovenfest III : Iván Fischer revisite ses classiques!
9 2011  
Pierre-Jean Tribot, ResMusica  
Meester van de klassieke symfonie
9 August 2011  
Bart Tijskens, Klara Radio  
Proms 63 & 64: Fun at the Proms? It can happen.
9 May 2011  
Jim Pritchard, Seen and Heard International  
Proms 63: Budapest Festival Orchestra
9 May 2011  
Ivan Hewett, The Telegraph  
BBC Proms: Lazic, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Fischer/Audience Choice Prom
9 March 2011  
Igor Toronyi-Lalic, The Arts Desk  
Triple Paprika! 'Hungarian Dances' is in Proms Lit Fest
9 March 2011  
Jessica Duchen's blog  


That evening I heard Fischer conduct a Beethoven concert, culminating in an extraordinary performance of the Seventh Symphony, in which the score`s logic formed a springboard for elated flights of emotion. His players clearly adore him, looking at him and each other with expressions of amazement as he coaxes the music from them with tense yet beautiful gestures..
The Guardian, Tim Ashley, May 27th, 2005

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