“A fearless player with technique to burn” – the New York Times has put words on the cello phenomenon Daniel Müller-Schott. He debuted in Carnegie Hall in 2000, following an invitation from Anne-Sophie Mutter, who he later recorded Mozart’s piano trios with. Concert halls everywhere have benefited from the far-reaching musician who has also found time to build an impressive discography with a wealth of prizes and accolades.
The 2016/17 season brings Müller-Schott to Hong Kong, Australia, Korea, USA and Europe, and he will be among the first to perform at the inauguration of the newly built Elb Philharmonic in Hamburg. At Mogens Dahl he is accompanied by “BBC New Generation Artist 2009-11” Francesco Piemontesi.
Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897): Sonata no. 1 in E minor op. 38
Allegro non troppo
Allegretto quasi Menuetto
Johannes Brahms: Sonata in D op. 78
Vivace ma non troppo
Adagio – Più andante – Adagio
Allegro molto moderato
Johannes Brahms: Sonata no. 2 in F op. 99