Fischer, Adam (b Budapest, 1949). Hung. conductor. Brother of Ivan Fischer. Winner of Cantelli cond. comp., Milan, 1973. Cond. Finn. Nat. Opera 1974–7, Karlsruhe Opera 1977–8, Freiburg 1981–3, and Kassel from 1987. Mus. dir. Haydn Fest., Eisenstadt. Débuts: Salzburg Fest. 1980 (concert); Paris Opéra 1984; Amer. 1986 (Boston SO); CG 1989.
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