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Performer: Anne-Sophie Mutter

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DresdenAnne-Sophie Mutter & Mutter’s Virtuosi

Vivaldi, Chin, Mozart
Anne-Sophie Mutter; Mutter's Virtuosi

PragueAnne-Sophie Mutter & Pablo Ferrández play Brahms' Double Concerto

MacMillan, Brahms, Strauss R.
Czech Philharmonic; Manfred Honeck; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Pablo Ferrández

SantanderAnne-Sophie Mutter & Lamber Orkis

Mozart, Beethoven, Franck
Anne-Sophie Mutter; Lambert Orkis
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MunichViolin Concerto With Anne-Sophie Mutter

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Andrés Orozco-Estrada; Anne-Sophie Mutter

LondonLPOnline: Connecting through music

Beethoven: String Quartet no. 10 in E flat major, "Harp", Op.74
Anne-Sophie Mutter; Pieter Schoeman; Richard Waters; Kristina Blaumane

LenoxBoston Symphony Orchestra/ Andris Nelsons and John Williams

Montgomery, Williams, Copland, Stravinsky
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Anne-Sophie Mutter; John Williams
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Jubilation as Mutter performs with Argerich for the first time

Martha Argerich is one of the musical miracles of our times. Like exquisite wine, she seems to gain depth and new qualities with maturity.
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Stars shine on Oxford Philharmonic's 20th anniversary concert

When did three such luminaries last grace the same concert, let alone the same first half?
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Heroic performances from the LPO and Łukasz Borowicz

The stellar performance of the evening was Anne-Sophie Mutter performing Penderecki's Violin Concerto no. 2 “Metamorphosen”.
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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra shines in Lucerne

A Tchaikovsky and Dvorak programme at the Lucerne festival featured star violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter. 
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A concert of two halves from Pittsburgh Symphony

A stuttering first half of Adams and Dvořák redeemed by a magical Mahler 1.
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Mutter joins Chailly for Brahms at La Scala

If Chailly’s recent Beethoven’s Seventh was notable for its originality, particularly for the conductor's choice of tempi, here he opted for a straighter reading free of idiosyncrasy.
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