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“Music moves us only when it tells a story”
As part of a 10-concert European tour in June 2023, Anne-Sophie Mutter and her Virtuosi ensemble, comprising some of today’s finest young string players, gave an acclaimed concert at the Vienna Musikverein. This took place just days before the violinist’s 60th birthday and it speaks volumes that she... Read more
Limited Numbered 5LP Box – 2023
The Solo Concertos
Anne-Sophie Mutter, one of the greatest violinists of our time, will celebrate her 60th birthday on 29 June 2023. Deutsche Grammophon is honouring the artist with a limited and numbered Vinyl Edition (5 LPs) of her solo recordings under the baton of her early mentor Herbert von Karajan. Read more
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Brahms Double Concerto & Clara Schumann Piano Trio
Anne-Sophie Mutter and Pablo Ferrández release first joint album “Brahms Double Concerto / C. Schumann Piano Trio” – The album includes Brahms’s Double Concerto with Czech Philharmonic and conductor Manfred Honeck as well as Clara Schumann’s Piano Trio with pianist, long term collaborator and friend... Read more
World Premiere Recording – 2022
Williams Violin Concerto No. 2 & Selected Film Themes
John Williams & Anne-Sophie Mutter reunite for World Premiere Recording of the composer‘s Violin Concerto No. 2 – written especially for Mutter. Alongside three film themes in special new arrangements by Williams. New Single and Video of “Rounds” (from the Concerto) out 11 March. Album released on D... Read more
Movie Magic at the Musikverein – 2020 + 2021
John Williams in Vienna
“John Williams in Vienna” documents “one of the greatest honours” of composer’s life. Deutsche Grammophon releases Hollywood legend’s historic Wiener Philharmoniker debut concert in audio and video formats. Williams shares Musikverein stage with Anne-Sophie Mutter and world-famous orchestra to perf... Read more
4 Violin Programs
Beethoven 2020
Anne-Sophie Mutter, Yo-Yo Ma and Daniel Barenboim celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth by recording the Triple Concerto. Pairing the Concerto with the Seventh Symphony, new Deutsche Grammophon album also marks the 20th birthday of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra. Album set for relea... Read more
Movie Themes of John Williams – 2019
Across the Stars
Legendary film composer John Williams conducts a brand-new album of many of his beloved movie themes in stunning new adaptations written especially for his superstar violinist friend and collaborator Anne-Sophie Mutter. Recorded in Hollywood, “Across the Stars” will be released on 30 August on Deuts... Read more
Deluxe Edition „The Early Years“
Early Recordings
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 ... Read more
Hommage à Penderecki – 2018
An extraordinary artistic friendship
To mark Krzysztof Penderecki’s eighty-fifth birthday Deutsche Grammophon is releasing on August 10 a double album showcasing a number of the composer’s works for violin and piano or violin and orchestra. All of them feature the violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, whose name is closely associated with that... Read more
Schubert Trout Quintet – 2017
Spontaneity and quick reflexes
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 greatest works of music history were written for chamber ensemble. But ... Read more
Anne-Sophie Mutter Celebrates Stage Anniversary with Double CD Mutterissimo – 2016
Four Decades in the Spotlight
It was in August 1976 at the Lucerne Festival that Anne-Sophie Mutter first set foot on the world’s stage. She was thirteen at the time. The following year she made her Salzburg Whitsun Festival debut under Herbert von Karajan, and a year after that her first recording was released by Deutsche Gramm... Read more
Live from the Yellow Lounge – 2015
The Club Album
In May 2015 Anne-Sophie Mutter put her noble, impressively named “Lord Dunn-Raven” Stradivarius through more than ist usual paces. For a change, rather than standing on stage in one of the world’s renowned well-tempered grand concert halls, she spent two evenings playing in a tiny graffiti-scrawled ... Read more
Carnegie Hall Perspectives Artist
As Carnegie Hall’s 2014-2015 Perspectives artist, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter curates a six-concert, season-long series exemplifying her commitment to the future of classical music and highlighting her long-standing relationships with some of today’s greatest conductors, soloists and orchestras. Ms... Read more
Mutter & Orkis celebrate – 2014
Silver Anniversary
“Meeting Lambert was a stroke of luck for me. When we started to perform together, it quickly became clear how perfectly we breathe and phrase together.” It was in December 1988 that Anne-Sophie Mutter and Lambert Orkis gave their first joint recitals in America and immediately sensed that they shar... Read more
A magical Reunion – 2013
Dvorák Violin Concert
Thirty years after their last recording together, Anne-Sophie Mutter has made a new album with the Berlin Philharmonic, the orchestra with whom her international career began. During that long interval, both she and the orchestra have developed their repertoire and refined their musicianship in thei... Read more
ASM35: The Anniversary – 2011
35 Years on Stage
August 23, 2011 was Anne-Sophie Mutter's 35th anniversary of concert performances (in 1976 she first appeared on stage at the Lucerne Festival, playing Mozart’s D major Violin Concerto) – to celebrate this remarkable milestone Deutsche Grammophon is fêting her with a limited-edition, numbered, delux... Read more
Four World Premieres – 2011
Light Games and Time Machines
Time and again she seeks out the challenge of a first performance – perhaps, too, because she regards the chance to engage in a dialogue with living composers as a form of refuge before she returns to a repertory she has known for thirty years and which she nonetheless feels each time is a terra inc... Read more
Mutter and Orkis talking about Brahms Violin Sonatas – 2010
"...not showing off"
Anne-Sophie Mutter: The first time I came across the Brahms sonatas was very much at the beginning of my musical life, I’d just started to play the violin. I was five and a half years old, and David Oistrakh visited Basle. He was playing the three Brahms sonatas with Frieda Bauer, I was totally imme... Read more
Homage to Mendelssohn – 2009
This music is immortal
To mark the bicentenary of Mendelssohn's birth, Anne-Sophie Mutter has been honouring the composer with a very personal tribute combining symphonic music and chamber works on CD and DVD: The Violin Sonata in F major of 1838, the Piano Trio in D minor op. 49 that was completed in 1839 and the Violin ... Read more
Thoughts on violin concertos by Gubaidulina & Bach – 2008
Safeguarded by Sophia
In February 2007 the Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina – she was born in Chistopol in Tatarstan in 1931 and has lived in Germany since 1992 – was awarded Hamburg’s prestigious Bach Prize: as a “pioneer of contemporary classical music” who has forged a link between Eastern and Western music. Her own... Read more
More than beautiful performances – 2005 / 2006
The Mozart Project
Anne-Sophie Mutter, who celebrated her 30th stage anniversary in 2006, also celebrated Mozart’s 250th anniversary in the same year with a series of new recordings of all his major works for violin. She recorded the trios live in Baden-Baden with Sir André Previn and Daniel Müller-Schott, the concert... Read more
A Resu­mé of the 20th Century – 2000
Back to the Future
One afternoon towards the end of the last century — it sounds so far away already, but it wasn’t all that long ago — Kurt Masur and I were discussing the enormous breadth of musical expression the 20th century had offered. We both wanted to start the new century in a meaningful way. Eventually we ar... Read more
Interview – 1998
Beethoven - Face to Face
You are currently performing the complete sonatas for piano and violin by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) around the world with Lambert Orkis. And you are also recording these sonatas live. What are the reasons for this? Read more

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