As a result of the new Germany-wide coronavirus restrictions that have been issued, all concerts in the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle have been cancelled initially from 2–30 November. This event has had to be cancelled. Tickets for cancelled events will be refunded. You'll find further details on refunds on the following page: Information on refunds for tickets to cancelled events
Anne-Sophie Mutter – without a doubt today's most important violinist. The list of her musical partners reads like a Who's Who of the classical-music scene, while her concert venues read like a travel guide to the international cultural landscape. She has been sharing her huge body of experience with young musicians for more than 30 years through her foundation. And among the many scholarship holders that Anne-Sophie Mutter supported personally at the start of their career was the cellist Daniel Müller-Schott.
Since then, these two exceptional artists have regularly appeared together in concert. And Daniil Trifonov likewise had the opportunity to shine at the side of the star violinist. In the Elbphilharmonie, the three of them can be heard together in Beethoven's Triple Concerto, a work whose particular charm lies in the unique interaction between chamber music and the orchestral concerto.
Anne-Sophie Mutter violin
Daniel Müller-Schott violoncello
Daniil Trifonov piano
conductor Andris Nelsons
Ludwig van Beethoven
Konzert für Klavier, Violine, Violoncello und Orchester C-Dur op. 56 »Tripelkonzert«
Sinfonie Nr. 8 F-Dur op. 93
Promoter: Konzertdirektion Dr. Rudolf Goette / HamburgMusik