The art of the great violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter has allowed her to reach the top of an outstanding career. Everyone knows the story of this little prodigy girl whose talent was discovered by Herbert von Karajan. With this impulse, she went on stage when she was only 13 years and performed for the first time with the sublime Berliner Philharmoniker the year after. Since then, her career has been unstoppable.
The great concertos do not seem to scare the artist who played under the direction of the greatest conductors in all the big concert halls. Concertos by Brahms, Mendelssohn and Sibelius and many others remain a reference, recorded as well as on the scene. Yet personal drama almost deviated her from her spotless career, however she returned, more virtuosic than ever. She returns with the delicate exercise of chamber music with Lambert Orkis, her faithful partner. In recent seasons she travels the world with her ensemble Mutter Virtuosi being in the luxury position of composing the program herself, always including contemporary works. Anne-Sophie Mutter is one of the greatest and most passionate violinists today.
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"Coming to Carnegie Hall with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra playing the Bruch Concerto with Sir Simon Rattle is obviously a very important moment because that orchestra is linked so closely with the beginnings of my musical life with Karajan." says the violonist in a press release.
Anne-Sophie Mutter and Lambert Orkis celebrate their longtime artistic partnership, with recital tour of the United States and the new releases of a CD.