The concert programme includes pieces by Bach, Vivaldi and Previn
German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter is back in Barcelona to play a concert at Palau de la Música Catalana. And she’s not coming on her own, but accompanied by I Virtuosi, a formation that she conducts with her violin and with whom she will perform a programme focussing basically on the major Baroque composers.
That means that the concert will feature significant works like Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. Concert-goers will also have the opportunity to enjoy pieces like Bach’s Concerto for two violins in D minor and her husband, André Previn’s Nonet.
Anne-Sophie Mutter was discovered at the age of thirteen by the iconic Herbert von Karajan and is now considered to be one of the most renowned violinists on the planet, a prestige that is growing year on year, through daring performances and high risk programmes, both in terms of subject matter and difficult of execution. Her appearance at Palau de la Música is a good example of that.
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