“Ghost Trio” by Sebastian Currier World premiere at Carnegie Hall

7 Jan 2019 – In March, Mutter tours the USA and Canada, where she begins the 31st year of her collaboration with pianist Lambert Orkis. The programme features works by Debussy, Mozart, Poulenc and Ravel. The highlight of the recital tour will be a concert at Carnegie Hall on March 12 featuring a world premiere: For the “Ghost Trio” by Sebastian Currier, Mutter and Orkis are joined by cellist Daniel Müller-Schott – who was a fellow of her Foundation between 1997 and 2001.

In Chicago, the musicians juxtapose Beethoven’s “Ghost Trio” in D-major Op. 70/1 with Currier’s “Ghost Trio” – in addition to violin sonatas by Mozart, Poulenc and Ravel. Mutter and Orkis have not only been performing together in the world’s leading concert halls since 1988, they have also produced numerous CDs for the label Deutsche Grammophon. Their joint recording of Beethoven’s sonatas for piano and violin won a Grammy Award, for example. In commemoration of the silver jubilee of the two exceptional musicians, a double CD with samples of the two exceptional musicians’ repertoire was released in 2014.

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