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Performer: Daniel Müller-Schott

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LondonProm 24: A Hero's Life

Smyth, Dvořák, Strauss R.
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Otto Tausk; Daniel Müller-Schott

AmsterdamFischer, Mönkemeyer and Müller-Schott: Schubert

© Felix Broede
Beethoven, Martinů, Schubert
Julia Fischer; Nils Mönkemeyer; Daniel Müller-Schott

HanoverJulia Fischer / Nils Mönkemeyer / Daniel Müller-Schott - Sternstunden der Kammermusik

© Felix Broede
Beethoven, Martinů, Schubert
Julia Fischer; Nils Mönkemeyer; Daniel Müller-Schott

LondonBringuier conducts Scheherazade

Bringuier conducts Scheherazade
Nicolai, Dvořák, Rimsky-Korsakow
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Lionel Bringuier; Daniel Müller-Schott

SchwarzenbergKammerkonzert Igor Levit, Ning Feng, Daniel Müller-Schott

Schubert
Igor Levit; Ning Feng; Daniel Müller-Schott
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From Sibelius to Giguère, Mälkki returns to the LSO with versatility

Susanna Mälkki © Simon Fowler
Despite an impressive Elgar concerto with Müller-Schott, it was in the Sibelius symphony that Mälkki fell short. 
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A remarkable, long-overdue debut at Carnegie Hall

Kirill Petrenko © Wilfried Hösl
Kirill Petrenko paid attention to details that many times get lost.
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The MSO plays Strauss and Beethoven

Daniel Müller-Schott © Uwe Arens
Outstanding solos, orchestral discipline and novelties in musical arrangement made for another quality symphonic experience from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
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Lakeside in Lugano

Daniel Müller-Schott © Uwe Arens
Two young, widely championed string players – violinist/pianist Julia Fischer and cellist Daniel Müller-Schott – recently joined to perform an eclectic concert at the city’s stunning new concert hall.
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Müller-Schott tackles “the King” of concertos

Daniel Müller-Schott © Uwe Arens
Even before Müller-Schott struck his first note in Antonín Dvořák’s great Cello Concerto in B minor, the Zurich audience was stunned by an unusual visual: the instrument itself.
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