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Mutter, Anne-Sophie

Mutter, Anne-Sophie (b Rheinfeldin, 1963). Ger. violinist. Won 1st prize at young musicians' nat. comp. at age of six. After hearing her at 1976 Lucerne Fest., Karajan invited her to appear with Berlin PO at Salzburg Easter Fest. 1977. Salzburg Fest. début 1977. Eng. début 1977. Moscow début 1985. Amer. début Washington, NY recital début 1988. Gave f.p. of Lutosławski's Chain II, 1986. First holder of chair of vn. studies, RAM, 1986.

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Mutter, Anne-Sophie

Mutter, Anne-Sophie (1963– ) German violinist. She made her concerto debut with the Berlin Philharmonic in 1977, having come to the notice of Herbert von Karajan, with whom she later recorded all the major violin concertos.

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