Anne-Sophie Mutter and Michael Tilson Thomas

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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Resident violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter joins conductor Michael Tilson Thomas for the New York premiere of Sofia Gubaidulina's In Tempus Praesens. Prokofiev's American Overture and Tchaikovsky's Little Russian Symphony complete the program.

Program Details

Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin

Sergei PROKOFIEV - Overture in B-flat major, American

Sofia GUBAIDULINA - In Tempus Praesens, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (New York Premiere)

Peter Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony No. 2, Little Russian

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Comments [1]

Gregg from Astoria Queens

Has it really been that long? I remember when Anne-Sophie Mutter made her recording debut. And it was playing the solo violinist part in P. I. Tchaikovsky's best known violin work. I believe Von Karajan discovered her, but that might be the way the album liner notes were written.

Apr. 14 2011 04:32 PM

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