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Performer: Anne-Sophie Mutter

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BerlinBarenboim conducts Beethoven & Boulez

Boulez, Beethoven
Staatskapelle Berlin; Daniel Barenboim; Anne-Sophie Mutter

BerlinBarenboim conducts Beethoven & Boulez

Boulez, Beethoven
Staatskapelle Berlin; Daniel Barenboim; Anne-Sophie Mutter

Hong KongAnne-Sophie Mutter & Friends

Hong Kong Philharmonic Society Ltd
Beethoven, Widmann
Anne-Sophie Mutter; Ye-Eun Choi; Vladimir Babeshko; Kian Soltani

LeipzigAnne-Sophie Mutter plays Beethoven's Violin Concerto

Beethoven
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Anne-Sophie Mutter

LeipzigTrifonov, Mutter & Mueller-Schott in Beethoven's Triple Concerto

Beethoven
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Daniel Müller-Schott; Daniil Trifonov
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Stars shine on Oxford Philharmonic's 20th anniversary concert

Martha Argerich performs with the Oxford Philharmonic © Richard Cave
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

Anne-Sophie Mutter © Bastian Achard
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

Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony © Priska Ketterer | Lucerne Festival
A Tchaikovsky and Dvorak programme at the Lucerne festival featured star violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter. 
***11
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A concert of two halves from Pittsburgh Symphony

Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
A stuttering first half of Adams and Dvořák redeemed by a magical Mahler 1.
***11
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Mutter joins Chailly for Brahms at La Scala

Riccardo Chailly © Teatro alla 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.
****1
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