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Performer: Julia Fischer

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AmsterdamJulia Fischer, Nils Mönkemeyer and Daniel Müller-Schott: Mozart, Schubert & Brahms

© Simon van Boxtel
Mozart, Schubert, Brahms
Julia Fischer; Nils Mönkemeyer; Daniel Müller-Schott

AmsterdamBudapest Festival Orchestra and Iván Fischer: Mahler's Symphony No. 7

© Marco Borggreve
Mozart, Mahler
Budapest Festival Orchestra; Iván Fischer; Julia Fischer

BremenAddicted to music

Bach, Mendelssohn
Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen; Felix Mildenberger; Julia Fischer

LondonJulia Fischer

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Julia Fischer, Violin

LondonJulia Fischer

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Julia Fischer, Violin
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Staring into the abyss: a devastating Pathétique from the LPO

The London Philharmonic Orchestra © Ben Ealovega
Vladimir Jurowski conducts Tchaikovsky, Britten and Scriabin viewed through Oliver Knussen's palette to open the London Philharmonic's 2019-20 season. 
*****
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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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Autumnal bacchanale from the LPO

Vladimir Jurowski © Simon Jay Price
In the last week, the LPO has been on a journey through the seasons. Tonight, it was mists and mellow fruitfulness, courtesy of rarities by Respighi and Marx.
*****
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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.
***11
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Dynamic Bartók from Julia Fischer in Zurich

Julia Fischer © Julia Wesely
While premiered only some 60 years apart, the Béla Bartók and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky works that Charles Dutoit recently conducted in the Zurich Tonhalle couldn’t have called up more disparate moods.
****1
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