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

12 Jan 2019 • London, UK
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Marios Papadopoulos – Anne-Sophie Mutter and Maxim Vengerov (violin) plus Martha Argerich (piano)
06 Mar 2019 • Los Angeles, US
Recital with Lambert Orkis (piano)
08 Mar 2019 • Santa Barbara, US
Recital with Lambert Orkis (piano)
Across the Stars – Music of John Williams - Open-Air at Königsplatz
Across the Stars – Music of John Williams
Open-Air at Königsplatz
With ACROSS THE STARS Anne–Sophie Mutter will present on September 14th, 2019, some of the most outstanding works of composer and multiple Oscar Award-winner John Williams in the dream-like scenery of Munich Königsplatz. Anne-Sophie Mu...
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Livestream from Berlin’s Philharmonie
November 6, 8 pm
2 Nov 2018 – On November 6, Deutsche Grammophon celebrates its 120-year anniversary in Berlin: Lang Lang and Anne-Sophie Mutter join the Staatskapelle Berlin under the baton of Manfred Honeck on stage at the Philharmonie in Berlin, celebrating the history and future of Deutsche Grammophon together w...
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Early Recordings
Deluxe Edition „The Early Years“
Anne-Sophie Mutter’s mentor Herbert von Karajan called her “the greatest musical prodigy since the young Menuhin”. In this deluxe hardcover book are presented their earliest solo concerto recordings, beginning with Mozart from 1978, when the violinist who was just 14 played with “... the confidence ...
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Penderecki tour through China
Metamorphoses and La Follia
23 Jul 2018 – In mid-October, Anne-Sophie Mutter continues her retrospective of Penderecki’s oeuvre as part of a tour through China: in Changsha, Guangzhou, Harbin, Kunming, Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Zhengzhou, she performs the Violin Concerto No. 2 “Metamorphoses“ as well as “La Follia“ for sol...
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Maze – Hommage à Penderecki
Overview 2019
World premieres at Carnegie Hall and in Beijing
Anne-Sophie Mutter’s 2019 concert calendar features performances in Asia, Europe, North and South 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 premieres of Unsuk Chin’s “Gran Cadenza for Two Violins” and Sebastian Currier’s “Ghost Trio” at Carnegie Hall. In Beijing, she will give the world premiere of Jörg Widmann’s String Quartet – just like the two above-mentioned works, this was commissioned by her and is dedicated to the violinist.
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