For me, the violin was the greatest discovery of my life and has remained to this day.

02 Mar 2018 • Rohnert Park, US
Recital with Lambert Orkis (piano)
04 Mar 2018 • New York City, US
Recital with Lambert Orkis
Easy-going levity -
Easy-going levity
Chamber music is at once the most personal and the most emotional music of all - says Anne-Sophie Mutter. “Take the late Beethoven quartets or Schubert’s chamber music from his final years – the trios or the C major Fantasy. The greate...
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Recitals in the USA
Starting March 2, 2018
22 Jan 2018 – Throughout the year, the violin works by Krzysztof Penderecki form a great thematic focus, commemorating the composer’s 85th birthday in 2018 and the many years of friendship between him and Anne-Sophie Mutter. Recitals in the USA launch the Penderecki retrospective, while also taking ...
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Beethoven Violin Concerto
Starting January 18, 2018
22 Dec 2017 – Anne-Sophie Mutter begins the new year of 2018 with Beethoven’s Violin Concerto: the tour with the Orchestre dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia under Sir Antonio Pappano’s baton takes her to Italy and Germany. This outstanding work of violin literature was recorded by Anne-Sophi...
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High Honours for Anne-Sophie Mutter
France and Romania
11 Nov 2017 – On November 10, Anne-Sophie Mutter received two high honours in Berlin: at the French Embassy, she was presented with the insignia of a Commander of the French Order of Arts and Literature; furthermore, the Romanian Ambassador presented the violinist with the Order of Cultural Merit in...
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The Trout Quintet - making of (english subtitles)
Overview 2018
World premiere of André Previn’s work "The Fifth Season"
Anne-Sophie Mutter’s 2018 concert calendar features performances in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America, once again reflecting the violinist’s musical versatility and her unparalleled prominence in the world of classical music: in March she will perform the world premiere of André Previn’s composition "The Fifth Season" for violin and piano at Carnegie Hall.
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