Autumn 2006

Auditorium Haydn
18 November, 8 pm

Teatro Valli
20 November, 8 pm

Teatro Manzoni
21 November, 8 pm

Piano concerto KV 491
Symphony n.41 K 551 Jupiter

Radu Lupu, piano

Orchestra Mozart
Claudio Abbado




The idea of the CAI was born in 1981 in a bar in Pavia where a small group of loyal admirers of Claudio Abbado (already then) gathered following one of his concerts in the Teatro Fraschini. That was the first journey... not very far from Milan (approx. 30 km.), but already filled with the same enthusiasm and friendship that caracterizies us to this day.

The CAI today – that are about 400 members from all countries – Italy, of course, but also Germany, France, Switzerland, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria as well as Australia, Russia, Japan (with a small group of 10 members), Argentine, USA...

The CAI stands also for thousands of documents of all nature and concerning all the aspects of Claudio Abbado’s career – from the first concerts to the current Lucerne Festival, containing extremely rare recordings, a real documentation centre for those who admire the skills of Claudio Abbado and share his so open vision of culture and the arts.

Tokyo 2006: Media release of Lucerne Festival. S.Lucerne in Tokyo

Berlin 2006: The Berlin Philharmonic has awarded its first Claudio- Abbado-Composition Prize to the composer and clarinetist Jörg Widmann. The prize has a value of 10.000 Euro and was named in honour of the former artistic director of the orchestra for his services to the Orchestra Academy. Widmann wrote a Quintett on this occasion which will be given its first performance on 10th November.

Tokyo 2006: Abbado in Japan. Our Wanderer 's chronicle. 
Wanderer 21: Abbado in Japan

Tokyo 2006: sensational performance of Mahler Symphony 6 at Suntory Hall , all (according to the musicians of LFO) said it was even better than in Lucerne (we thought it would not be possible)

The 2006 Gramophone Awards:
Some words of Claudio Abbado:
Mahler’s Sixth Symphony has long been a work of particular significance to me, ever since I conducted it for my Berlin Philharmonic debut nearly four decades ago,” noted Claudio Abbado through written remarks read by Fergus McWilliams, a horn player of the Berliner Philharmoniker. “At least as much as this award honours my own efforts, it honours the dedication of these marvellous Berlin musicians who have enriched my life, both musically and personally, for so many years. My thanks, too, go to my faithful record company, Deutsche Grammophon, who felt this occasion was worthy of sharing with a wider audience.”

The 2006 Gramophone Awards: the new recording of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, featuring Dorothea Röschmann, Erika Miklósa, Christoph Strehl, René Pape, Hanno Müller-Brachmann, the Arnold Schoenberg Chor and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra – and also conducted by Claudio Abbado – was chosen as Best Opera Recording (2-CD set 477 5789).

The 2006 Gramophone Awards were announced on Sept.28th 2006. The prestigious Record of the Year Award was won by the recording of Mahler’s 6th symphony played by the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Claudio Abbado.

 Summer 2006: Bad critic about Magic Flute in Edinburgh :The Independent

 Summer 2006: two articles about Magic Flute in Edinburgh : The Guardian and The Telegraph

 Lucerne 2006: An article in The Times. S. The Times

 Lucerne 2006: The members of the Lucerne Festival orchestra 2006 : s.Lucerne Festival Orchestra

 Lucerne 2006: Big success for opening concerts of Lucerne Festival. We offer for members of CAI tickets for Dress rehearsals:
Concert Battistelli-Mozart: August 15th: 5pm
Concert Brahms Bruckner: August 17th 10am

 GMJO Easter Tour2006: the Wanderer's Chronicle (Turin): S.Wanderer 20

 GMJO Easter Tour2006: Abbado in Madrid. Critic in the newspaper  El pais

 GMJO Easter Tour2006: Abbado in Bolzano on April 19th. S. Bolzano 2006

 Edinburgh 2006: Die Zauberflöte, with Claudio Abbado conducting, on August 31th and September 2nd 2006.

Elements for a portrait: The opinions of Anna Larsson and Marc Albrecht about Abbado Elements for a portrait

 South America 2006: Second concert of Claudio Abbado in Caracas, see critics on the website El Universal

 South America 2006: second concert of Claudio Abbado in Caracas. S.

 DVDs: here is the cover of the DVD of the Tristan performance in Lucerne - on sale in Japan only!

What have the Japanese got that we have not to merit this luck?

 DVDs: a beautiful article (in English) by Steven Everson concerning Abbado's recent Mahler-DVDs. s. DVD-Mahler

The publication of the new recording of Mozart's "Magic Flute" is announced by DG for 3rd April 2006.

BBC Music Magazine (Febr. 2006) publishes a talk with Claudio Abbado about the healing powers of music. Also, Abbado says that he would like to be remembered for the trees he has planted: “At heart, I think I’m just a gardener”.

 Latin America 2006 : Other articles (in Spanish) about Abbado in Caracas:

Agenzia Stampa

 Latin America 2006 : first article about Abbado in Caracas (in Spanish)

 Latin America 2006 : We received a sms from our friend the journalist Helmut Failoni.: "I am in Caracas, the concert will not be broadcast. Claudio seems to have a mysterious force. The other day he rehearsed for 6 hours non-stop. All were dead tired, not he."

 Scala 2005-2006 : Opening of the Season (article in French) See Opening of the Scala

 Season 2005-2006 : Programme of the Orchestra Mozart . See Programme Abbado 2006

 Summer 2006 : Programme of the Lucerne Festival . See Lucerne 2006

  Spring 2006 : Programme of the GMJO Easter tour. See Programme 2006

  Winter 2005-2006 : Claudio Abbado will conduct in Caracas, Teatro Teresa Carreño, on 15 & 16 January 2006, the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra.
Programme: Beethoven, Symphony n.9

Lucerne and autumn 2005: in the Italian part of the website, interviews with musicians of Lucerne Festival Orchestra and with Daniel Harding

Lucerne 2005: our Wanderer's Chronicle (Claudio Abbado honorary citizen of Lucerne) Wanderer n°19

Lucerne 2005: our Wanderer's Chronicle Wanderer n°18

 Ball of CAI: we know at last who will be conductor of the orchestra for our great CAIBALL,

Lucerne 2005: an article in spanish: El Pais

Claudio Abbado was named an honorary citizen of Lucerne on Aug.22th by the city’s mayor, Urs W. Studer. The ceremony took place at Lucerne’s town hall.
Abbado founded the Lucerne Festival Orchestra in 2003, assembling it with musicians from Europe’s leading orchestras. The ensemble recently performed its third season at the Lucerne Festival, and will perform in Rome in October, Tokyo in fall 2006, and the United States on a tour in fall 2007.

He has also conducted the Berlin Philharmonic and Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra in Lucerne, and acted as a consultant for the construction of the KKL, Lucerne’s concert hall.

Mozart dominates the season 2005-06 of Daniel Harding. See Infobox

New section: the page MICROCRITICA presents briefly spectacles seen by our members, important news on musical life outside the abbadian world . We give also counsels (to see... to avoid..) See: Microcritica

Nice interview with Claudio Abbado, in the weekly spanish magazin El Pais Semanal. V.Interview with Claudio Abbado
(in spanish)

Discography and DVD of Claudio Abbado updated on July 17th  2005. S.
Discography and DVD

Season 2005-2006 etc..

The announced concerts of the next season of Claudio Abbado are online, S.
Season 2005-2006
We announce some other news of season 2006-2007: the tour in Japan of Lucerne Festival Orchestra , the Magic Flute in Singapore (1-15 Aprile 2006 to be confimed ) and in Paris (Châtelet: 7,9,11,13 november 2006 confirmed ). 
One tour is to be confirmed between  27 February until 27 March 2006.

Echo-Klassik prizes
The German Phono-Akademie
has announced the winners of this year’s Echo-Klassik prizes. These include Anna Netrebko for “Sempre Libera” (with the MCO and Claudio Abbado) as well as Daniel Barenboim, who is honoured for his West-Eastern Divan-Orchestra.

For his recording of Mahler’s 2nd Symphony and Debussy’s La Mer Claudio Abbado is nominated Conductor of the Year.

Die Zauberflöte in Ferrara: an article of The Guardian and our Wanderer's chronicle n°17

Programme of Paris concert(27 April 2006) with GMJO:
Schönberg: Pelleas und Melisande
Mahler: Symphony n .4 (
soloist:Monica Bacelli)

Crisis at La Scala and Muti's resignation: our editorial (April 2005) and articles in The Times, The Independent, The Australian

Crisis at La Scala: Norman Lebrecht writes about Muti and the Scala situation: see Lebrecht

The opinion of Claudio Abbado about Cuba: see and

On March 9th 2005 Claudio Abbado received from the hands of the Italian President, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, the "Presidente della Repubblica" prize. This is granted by the Accademia di Santa Cecilia and honours a personality or an institution which has distinguished itself through its artistic activity in the course of the last two years.

The first quarterly list of recommendations published by German music critics this year (no. 1/2005) includes the MCO and Albrecht Mayer’s CD of works mostly by Mozart.

Claudio Abbado has renewed his contract with LUCERNE FESTIVAL

Lucerne Festival is proud to announce that Claudio Abbado has renewed his contract with them and will be responsible for the Lucerne Festival Orchestra until 2010. Claudio Abbado will assume the task of artistic director during the Lucerne Festival (Summer) and take the orchestra on tour abroad.
In addition to the residence in Lucerne other projects are planned: Parco della Musica Rome (October 2005), Suntory Hall Tokyo (October 2006) and Carnegie Hall New York (October 2007).
The extension of this contract means not only an artistic continuity in Lucerne (where the orchestra was founded with great success in 2003) but also the consolidation of the international reputation of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra.

Wanderer's Chronicle and article (in spanish) from Cuba (in spanish and english) of the first concert in Cuba of the Orquestra de Jovenes Latinoamericanos. S.Wanderer 16 and Granma's critic

Claudio Abbado was honoured with a special prize for his lifetime achievement at the Midem Classical Awards in Cannes

Six Concerts of Orchestra Mozart in Bologna (Claudio Abbado conductor) on June 2005: 8th-9th (Mozart Requiem), 11th-12th and 14-15th and in Salzburg on 3th & 4th 2006 .

The Orchestra Mozart has now a updated website with all the concerts until end 2005. S: Orchestra Mozart

The winners of the "Midem Classical Awards 2005" will announced on 24th January. In the category Orchestral Works the CD comprising Debussy's La Mer and Mahler's 2nd Symphony (Lucerne 2003) has been nominated.

Three other articles in spanish are giving news of the foundation of Southamerican Youthorchestra by Claudio Abbado. V. El Universal , Prensa latina and El Universal(2)

The last DVD of Claudio Abbado (Mahler Symphony IX with GMJO) was awarded in  France by Diapason d'Or of the music magazine Diapason and a CHOC musique of  Le Monde de la Musique

An article from Cuba (in Spanish) on Claudio Abbado. S. Cuba

Premier Grand Prix awarded to "Claudio Abbado - Hearing the Silence"

The music documentary Claudio Abbado - Hearing the Silence has been named winner of the "Premier Grand Prix" by the jury of the 28th Festival International Du Film d'Art et Pédagogique (FIFAP) in Paris. The film by director and producer Paul Smaczny won out over 82 competing films from 13 countries. A total of 172 productions were submitted for consideration to the annual juried exhibition of films on visual, performing and decorative arts.

"Claudio Abbado - Hearing the Silence" was produced by EuroArts Music as a co-production with RBB and ARTE. The 67 minute music documentary previously won the prize for "Best Portrait" at the 22nd Festival International des Films sur l'Art in Montreal, Canada in 2004.

In April 2005 "Claudio Abbado - Hearing the Silence" will be released throughout Europe on DVD through TDK/EuroArts.

A short Wanderer's Chronicle :s. Cuba Wanderer from Cuba and a lot of nice pics of the Cuba concert s. Cuba's gallery

Claudio Abbado's News from Latin America: An article in Spanish. See El Universal

The Gramophone choose Claudio Abbado's CD with Martha Argerich as CD of the month. See on Infobox

Claudio Abbado and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra are off to Venezuela and Cuba at the end of the year. They will give two all-Beethoven concerts in each country (Caracas resp. Santiago de Cuba and Havana).

New DVD on sale: Mahler Symphony 9 with Claudio Abbado and GMJO. See DVD Page

The Mozart-Requiem will be probably performed at the concert of 8th June 2005 in Bologna with Orchestra Mozart and Abbado conducting.

Lucerne Festival 2005: Five concerts will be conducted by Claudio Abbado. S. Programme 2005

Project 2006: Claudio Abbado will conduct the GMJO and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra in Bolzano (south Tirol, Italy).

"The Magic Flute" in Baden Baden on 14th, 16th, 18th May 2005.

Nice article about Lucerne 2004 and new releases in The Guardian, read article The Guardian

Composition of the Orchestra Mozart, which will give its first concert on November 4th, see Orchestra Mozart

The concert of November 4th will be repeated on November 9th and 10th. In addition various dates and the cast of the Magic Flute have been announced. See the updated programme of the Season 2004-2005

Claudio Abbado will receive the Prix Kythera from the hands of Mrs. Henkel at 11 a.m. on November10th in Bologna.

Dispute about a poisonous article in the paper Il Sole 24 Ore concerning the cost of Abbado’s concerts. Our president replies in this month’s editorial (in italian). See Editorial

A meeting of great artists! Abbado and Bergman, see Infobox

Mahler II on CD (Lucerne 2003) very nice critic published by : See Musicweb (CD Mahler Debussy)

A new Wanderer's Chronicle, Claudio Abbado conducts Lucerne Festival Orchestra in Lucerne (Lucerne Festival 2004: Beethoven and Mahler V).
See Wanderer 14

Lucerne Festival 2004 : very nice article published by : See Musicweb

The German paper Süddeutsche Zeitung (8.9.2004) publishes a rave review of the new CD of Mahler’s 2nd symphony and Debussy’s La Mer (DG). It proclaims the recording is a miracle.

A new Wanderer's Chronicle, Claudio Abbado conducts Lucerne Festival Orchestra in Lucerne (Lucerne Festival 2004: Strauss and Wagner).
See Wanderer 13

New CD: Piano concertos n°2 and 3 by Beethoven (soloist Martha Argerich) (DG) New CD

New DVD: Symphony n°2 by Gustav Mahler (Lucerne 2003) (TDK) New DVD

Lucerne Festival 2004 : article published by New York Times : See New York Times

Lucerne Festival 2004 : two articles (in spanish) of newspaper EL PAIS: see El Pais (Tristan) and El Pais (Mahler)

The young British conductor Daniel Harding, Musical Director of Mahler Chamber Orchestra, will conduct Vienna Philharmonic for Easter Concerts 2005 (Bach: Matthaeus Passion).

Lucerne Festival 2004: First articles in german and swiss newspapers, goto NZZ and then use the links to the other articles.

Lucerne Festival 2005 will open on August 12th.

John Treleaven, and not Robert Gambill, will sing Tristan in Lucerne

Four important new records this summer : see New releases


According to Cuban television Claudio Abbado will return in December 2004 to supervise the foundation of a South American youth orchestra.

A new Wanderer's Chronicle, Claudio Abbado conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in Berlin (June 2004).
See Wanderer 12

It was funny! some pics of funny CAI in Berlin: our Gallery of CAI member's pics Berlin 2004

First news 
Non official, but some concerts are now confirmed, the concerts conducted by Claudio Abbado from September 2004 to August 2005 would be:

September 28th 2004 (Bologne)
 Beethoven symph.1
Mozart Concerto n°21  Kv467
(Murray Perahia)
Mahler Chamber Orchestra
October 20th 2004 (Ferrara)
Mendelssohn, A midsummer...
Mahler Chamber Orchestra
End october (Bologne)
to be announced
April 2005 (Reggio Emilia)
Mozart, Die Zauberflöte (the magic flute)
April 2005 (Ferrare)
Mozart, Die Zauberflöte
May 2005 (Baden Baden)
Mozart, Die Zauberflöte
May 27,28,29th2005
Berlin (Philharmonie)
Berg, Mahler
Berliner Philharmoniker
August 2005 (Lucerne)
Lucerne Festival

Claudio Abbado will conduct the Berliner Philharmoniker during the next season on May 27, 28 and 29 2005 : 7 frühe Lieder by Berg and Symphony n.4 by Mahler (soloist Renée Fleming)

A new Wanderer's Chronicle, Claudio Abbado conducts Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester in Bolzano.
See Wanderer 10

Claudio Abbado and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Daniel Harding, Maurizio Pollini, Martha Argerich, in Rome for a Festival Week in October 2005
A new CD in autumn (Deutsche Grammpphon): Opera arias (Verdi Puccini Bellini Donizetti) by Anna Netrebko, with Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Claudio Abbado conducting
Our special page

Some arias were recorded in Reggio Emilia for a DVD dedicated to Anna Netrebko to be published in May 2004 .

The Woman - The Voice

Werke von / Works by
Vincenzo Bellini · Gaetano Donizetti
Giuseppe Verdi

Mahler Chamber Orchestra
Claudio Abbado

A Vincent Paterson Film
With Making of, picture gallery and bonus video
1 DVD 073 230-9
(May 2004)

First Berlin performance of Fedora, of Umberto Giordano, on 3rd,4th,5th May 2005 in semi-stage version with Placido Domingo and Mirella Freni,and the Berlin Philharmonic under Claudio Abbado.
Our special page

Paul Smaczny’s latest film on Claudio Abbado ("Claudio Abbado - Die Stille hören" / "Claudio Abbado, hearing the silence") received the prize for the best portrait at the 22th. Festival of Films on Art in Montreal.

Gallery of Cordula Groth straordinary pics in Vienna during rehearsals and concerts ( 12 and 13 may 2002) and last pages updated Radio TV and Classica TV (Ital)

A special page dedicated to Luigi Nono's birthday (he would be 80 years). 
See our page

The Grammy Awards 2004 were announced last night. In the category “Best Classical Vocal Performance” the prize went to Thomas Quasthoff for his performance of Schubert Lieder with Orchestra. This is a CD he recorded with Anne-Sofie von Otter and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe conducted by Claudio Abbado. It is Quasthoff’s second Grammy Award – the other one being his recording of Mahler’s Wunderhorn Lieder – with Anne-Sofie von Otter and the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Claudio Abbado! Congratulations!

Claudio Abbado spent the New Year in Cuba preparing the local Youth Orchestra for a concert of Beethoven’s 7th Symphony and an extract from Wagner’s “Tristan and Isolde” (Prelude and Liebestod). He was also given a honorary doctorate of the University of Havana and announced his intention to found a South American Youth Orchestra.

Lucerne Festival has published a CD of the concert dated August 19th 2003 (Mahler’s Second Symphony) – but in a strictly limited edition.

The latest editorial has arrived!

It is finally Rachel Harnish who will alternate with Eteri Gvazava as Fiordiligi in the performances of “Cosi fan tutte” this winter in Ferrara, Modena and Reggio Emilia.

The Easter Tour of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester will finish up with three concerts in Italy: Reggio Emilia (10.4.), Trieste (12.4.) and Rome (14.4.). Only work on the programme: Mahler’s 9th Symphony. see our special pages.

The DVD of ȁSimon Boccanegra” (Florence 2002), to be published shortly in Italy, can be purchased already via the internet. See the website

Musica sopra Berlino” has now been published in Japan too, thanks to the translation of our Japanese member Shiho Tsujino. See our special pages.

The preliminary programme of the Lucerne Festival 2004 has been published. See our programme pages

Claudio Abbado will conduct the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester on its Easter Tour 2004. Stops include Bolzano (2.4.), Budapest (4.4.), Bratislava (6.4.) and St. Petersburg (8.4.).

On the programme: Abschied (last part of Mahler’s Lied von der Erde with Anna Larsson as soloist) and the same composer’s Ninth Symphony. See our special pages

Claudio Abbado received the Praemium Imperiale in Tokyo.
see our special pages

Claudio Abbado was given a honorary doctorate in Potenza. For our report and photos see our current events

The Berlin newspaper “Berliner Morgenpost” has published a list of the 100 most important people in Berlin according to its readers. Claudio Abbado comes in 11th... not bad!

The Italian, Spanish, French and German press wrote some breath-taking articles concerning the concerts of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra. Even the American press took notice. Only the British newspapers were conspicuously absent. For italian articles see current events

Claudio Abbado returns to conduct the Berlin Philharmonic in 3 concerts on 3rd – 5th June 2004 in a programme including Frank Martin (“Jedermann”-Monologues sung by Thomas Quasthoff) and Mahler’s 6th Symphony.


04/11/2006  Radio TV
03/11/2006 Infobox
03/11/2006 Lucerne in Tokyo
29/10/2006 Wanderer 21: Abbado in Japan
01/10/2006 Infobox
06/09/2006 Magic Flute: The Independent
03/09/2006 Magic Flute: The Guardian
03/09/2006  Magic Flute: The Telegraph
26/08/2006 Lucerne 2006:The Times 
13/08/2006 The members of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra
13/08/2006  Radio TV
12/06/2006 Wanderer 20
01/05/2006  El Pais
01/05/2006  El Pais
15/04/2006 Infobox
15/04/2006 Microcritica
01/04/2006 Bolzano 2006
18/03/2006 Elements for a portrait
18/03/2006  Microcritica, some news
26/02/2006 Abbado in Caracas 2 : El Universal
18/02/2006 Abbado in Caracas: Analitica
18/02/2006 Abbado in Caracas: Globovision
18/02/2006 Abbado in Caracas: El Universal
12/02/2006 Radio TV
05/02/2006  Classica Italy February-March
05/02/2006  Microcritica, some news
05/02/2006 Infobox: some news
05/02/2006 DVD-Mahler: beautiful article of Steven Everson
22/01/2006  Microcritica, some news
22/01/2006 Infobox: some news
22/01/2006 Radio TV
22/01/2006 Agenzia Stampa : Abbado in Caracas (in Spanish)
22/01/2006 Diariovasco2: Caracas (in Spanish)
22/01/2006 Diariovasco1:Caracas (in Spanish)
22/01/2006 Terra: Caracas (in Spanish)
14/01/2006 Globovision: an article about Abbado in Caracas (in Spanish)
30/12/2005 Radio TV
08/12/2005 Scala Opening 2005-2006
08/12/2005 Orchestra Mozart 2006
25/11/2005 Lucerne 2006
16/11/2005 Radio TV
12/11/2005 Easter Tour GMJO 2006
07/11/2005 Radio TV
23/10/2005 Infobox: new prizes to friends of Claudio Abbado
23/10/2005 Microcritica: a new conductor
23/10/2005 Classica TV (Italy)
November 2005
23/10/2005 Radio TV
23/09/2005 Infobox: New book about conductors (Wolgang Schreiber)
18/09/2005 Infobox: Harding cancelled Cosi'
18/09/2005 Wanderer n°19 (Abbado honorary citizen of Lucerne)
30/08/2005 Wanderer n°18 (Lucerne 2005: Beethoven-Bruckner)
30/08/2005 Great conductor for great Ball
24/08/2005  Microcritica, some news
23/08/2005 El Pais
22/08/2005 Infobox
15/08/2005  Microcritica, the new section of website
17/07/2005 Interview with Claudio Abbado
(in spanish)
17/07/2005 Discography
17/07/2005 DVD
17/07/2005 Season 2005-2006
19/06/2005 Die Zauberflöte: Wanderer n°17
19/06/2005 Die Zauberflöte: The Guardian
07/04/2005 La Scala crisis: The Times
07/04/2005 La Scala crisis: The Australian
07/04/2005 La Scala crisis: The Independent
07/04/2005 Editorial (Muti and La Scala)
07/04/2005 Radio TV
07/04/2005 Classica
May 2005
26/03/2005 Norman Lebrecht about the crisis at La Scala
21/03/2005 Claudio Abbado about Cuba
14/02/2005 Critic of the concert on February 13th
14/02/2005 Concert in Caracas on February 13th
27/01/2005 Wanderer 16: Cuba (with special pics)
27/01/2005 News from concert in Cuba
26/01/2005 Program 2004-2005 of Claudio Abbado updated
26/01/2005 Other news from venezuela's first concert of OJL
18/01/2005 Other news from venezuela
17/01/2005 Claudio Abbado and Southamerican Youthorchestra (2)
16/01/2005 Claudio Abbado and Southamerican Youthorchestra
14/01/2005 Radio TV
14/01/2005 Cuba
06/01/2005 Cuba's gallery
06/01/2005 Cuba Wanderer
06/01/2005 Infobox
28/11/2004 Radio TV
23/11/2004 Programme Lucerne 2005
16/11/2004 Other pictures (Bologna & Orchestra Mozart)
15/11/2004 New pictures (Bologna & MCO)
15/11/2004 Infobox
15/10/2004 The Guardian, 15 october 2004
15/10/2004 Editorial
15/10/2004 Season 2004-2005
15/10/2004 Orchestra Mozart

Musicweb (CD Mahler Debussy)

19/09/2004 Wanderer 14: Lucerne 2004 (Beethoven and Mahler V )

Musicweb (seen and heard)

09/09/2004 Lucerne 2004: Member's pics
09/09/2004 Wanderer 13: Lucerne 2004 (Strauss and Wagner )
04/09/2004 New CD
04/09/2004 New DVD
26/08/2004 Lucerne 2004: New York Times
26/08/2004 Lucerne 2004: El Pais (Mahler)
26/08/2004 Lucerne 2004:  El Pais (Tristan)
26/08/2004 next saison 2004-2005: Update n.3
26/08/2004 next saison 2004-2005: Update n.2
22/08/2004 Infobox
22/08/2004 Lucerne 2004: Articles
22/08/2004 Radio TV
06/07/2004 New releases
29/06/2004 Wanderer 12: Berlin June 2004
27/06/2004 Claudio's birthday: The party of CAI in Milan : our pics
14/06/2004 Gallery of CAI member's pics Berlin 2004
08/06/2004 Our Gallery of Berlin 2004
03/06/2004 Radio TV
02/05/2004 Wanderer 11: Two mad girls...
19/04/2004 Wanderer 10: GMJO in Bolzano
07/04/2004 New CD  Netrebko/Abbado
20/03/2004 Infocai: CAI's general assembly
20/03/2004 Classica TV (Ital) March-April 2004
20/03/2004 Infobox
24/02/2004 Cordula Groth pics (Vienna 2002)
24/02/2004 Radio TV
22/02/2004 Our Gallery of Ferrara 2004 (Members of CAI)
22/02/2004 Our Gallery of Ferrara 2004 (Così fan tutte)
04/01/2004 DVD list updated
30/12/2003 Editorial december 2003
23/11/2003 Translation of the book "Musica sopra Berlino" in Japan
18/11/2003 Program of Lucerne Festival 2004
( Lucerne Festival Orchestra cyclus)
18/11/2003 Praemium Imperiale to Claudio Abbado Tokyo: our pics
14/10/2003 Honorary doctorate of Basilicata's University to Claudio Abbado, our pics
13/09/2003 An incredible pic
8/09/2003 Program 2004, first elements
26/08/2003 The New York Times 
25/08/2003 Wanderer :
24/08/2003 Wanderer 19:
Mahler II
24/08/2003 Wanderer 18:
16/08/2003 Chronique du Wanderer 17: Ouverture du Lucerne Festival
08/08/2003 Lucerne
03/08/2003 Discography
14/07/2003 Editorial
14/07/2003 Claudio Abbado is 70

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