Fischer Thierry

(28. 09. 1957)

Fischer Thierry
Fischer Thierry
16 Duncan Terrace
GB London N1 8 BZ
Great Britain
Tel: +44 20 72 39 01 59

Genre: Classical Music
Professional activity: Interpreters
* 28. 09. 1957.

Fischer studied flute with Aurèle Nicolet and began his musical career as Principal Flute in Hamburg and at the Zurich Opera, where he studied scores with Nikolaus Harnoncourt and was profoundly influenced by him. His conducting career began in his 30's when he replaced an ailing colleague, subsequently directing his first few concerts with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe where he was Principal Flute under Claudio Abbado, who encouraged and inspired him in his new-found talent for conducting. Spending his apprentice years in Holland, Thierry Fischer has since appeared with many leading orchestras in the UK and Europe.
During his tenure with the Ulster Orchestra in Belfast, Fischer has toured with the orchestra to Prague and New York and appeared several times at the BBC Proms, conducted cycles of Schubert, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann (in 2006) and Honegger, and made a critically acclaimed series of recordings of the works of Jean Francaix for Hyperion Records.
Fischer's popularity in the UK has brought him most recently to the Philharmonia, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Halle and BBC Symphony. His guest engagements have also included the radio orchestras of Paris (Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France), Stockholm, Hanover and Saarbruecken; the Berlin Symphony, Netherlands Philharmonic, Orchestra Verdi di Milano, Monte Carlo Philharmonic, Gothenburg Symphony.
In parallel to his symphonic career, Fischer's collaborative approach has fostered strong relationships with several prestigious chamber orchestras, notably the Scottish Chamber, Northern Sinfonia and Dutch Radio Chamber, all of whom invite him at least once every season. He has also conducted the Australian Chamber, Lausanne and Zurich chamber orchestras, and the Munich Chamber.

John Adams: El Dorado
John Adams: The Wound Dresser
John Adams: Chamber Symphony
John Adams: Shaker Loops
Louis Andriessen: Contra Tempus
Louis Andriessen: De Stijl
Louis Andriessen: Odysseus' Women
Louis Andriessen: Symphonieën der Nederlanden
Louis Andriessen: Workers Union
Luciano Berio: Chemins IV
Luciano Berio: Folk Songs
Luciano Berio: Solo (Concerto for Trombone)
Leonard Bernstein: Candide Overture
Leonard Bernstein: Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
Benjamin Britten: Les Illuminations
Benjamin Britten: Serenade for horn, tenor and orchestra
Benjamin Britten: Simple Symphony
Benjamin Britten: Quatre Chansons Françaises
Benjamin Britten: Prélude and Fugue
Benjamin Britten: Saint Nicolas
Benjamin Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem
Elliott Carter: A Mirror on Which to Dwell
Henry Dutilleux: Le Mystère de l'Instant
Henry Dutilleux: Métaboles
Morton Feldman: I met Heine on the Rue Furstenberg
Morton Feldman: Madame Press died last week at Ninety
Sofia Gubaidulina: Die Sieben Worte
Jonathan Harvey: Cellokonzert
Heinz Holliger: Scardanelli-Zyklus for solo flute, small orchestra (2(2afl, pic), 2(1obdam, 2ca).2(2bcl).2/2.2tpt-c.1.0/3perc/hp/, tape and mixed choir
Arthur Honegger: Concerto da Camera, H. 196 for flute, English horn and string orchestra
Arthur Honegger: Symphony N° 1 in C, H. 75 for orchestra (
Arthur Honegger: Symphony N° 2 in D, H. 153 for string orchestra (and trumpet ad lib.)
Arthur Honegger: Symphony N° 3, H. 186 for orchestra (3(pic)
Arthur Honegger: Symphony N° 4 in A, H. 191 for orchestra (2(pic).1.2.1/
Arthur Honegger: Symphony N° 5 in D Minor, H. 202 for orchestra (3(pic) lib.)/str)
Arthur Honegger: Christophe Colomb, H. 140 diverse speaking roles, tenor solo, mixed choir (SATB), orchestra (
Arthur Honegger: Prélude pour "La Tempête", H. 48 A for orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2(cbn)/
Arthur Honegger: Pacific 2.3.1, H. 53 for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn)/
Mauricio Kagel: Konzertstück
György Kurtág: Quasi uns fantasia
György Ligeti: Mysteries of the Macabre
György Ligeti: Kammerkonzert
György Ligeti: Melodien
Albéric Magnard: Symphony No.2
Albéric Magnard: Symphony No.4
Frank Martin: Ballad for flute and large orchestra (0.2.2.sax.1/
Frank Martin: Ballad for trombone (or tenor saxophone) and small orchestra (
Frank Martin: Ballad for violoncello and small orchestra (2.2(ca).1.1/
Frank Martin: Ballad for alto saxophone and string orchestra, timp, perc and piano
Frank Martin: Ballad for piano and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2.2/
Frank Martin: Ballad for alto and wind orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2(cbn)/
Frank Martin: Et la vie l'emporta for alto solo and baritone solo, small vocal and instrumental ensmble (2fl.ob.obdam/
Frank Martin: Ariel for mixed choir (SATB)
Frank Martin: Concerto for seven wind instruments (
Frank Martin: Etudes for string orchestra
Frank Martin: Golgotha for five soloists (SATBarB), mixed choir (SATB), orchestra (2(2.pic).2(1.obdam, and organ
Frank Martin: Les quatres éléments (The Four Elemens) for large orchestra (pic.2(2.pic).2ca.2(
Frank Martin: Messe for double a-cappella choir
Frank Martin: Ode to music for mixed choir (SATB) one trumpet, two horns, three trombones, piano and double-bass
Frank Martin: Overture in homage to Mozart for orchestra (pic.
Frank Martin: Passacaglia for orchestra (3(pic).3(obdam&ca).2(bthn).3/
Frank Martin: Pavane couleur du temps for small orchestra (
Frank Martin: Little Concertante Symphony for harp, piano and two string orchestras
Frank Martin: Poems of Death for three male voices (TBarB) and three electric guitars
Frank Martin: Polyptyque for violin solo and two string orchestras
Frank Martin: Symphony for burlesque orchestra (flute, cuckoo, quail, child's trumpet, glockenspiel, tam tam, drum, tambourine, castanets, triangle, piano, strings ad lib., hn in D, small bell in H, gtr)
Frank Martin: Concerto for violin and orchestra (2(pic).2.2.2/
Frank Martin: Concerto II for piano and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca)
Arvo Pärt: Cantus in Memorium Benjamin Britten
Arvo Pärt: Festina Lente
Arvo Pärt: Fratres
Arvo Pärt: Summa
Arvo Pärt: Tabula rasa
Steve Reich: The Desert Music
Steve Reich: Eight Lines
Steve Reich: The Four Sections
Stefan Wolpe: Chamber Piece No.1
Stefan Wolpe: Chamber Piece No.2
Stefan Wolpe: Piece for Trumpet and 7 Instruments
Iannis Xenakis: À Hélène
Iannis Xenakis: N'shima

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