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Dallas Symphony Orchestra

In the organizer's words:
"Homage to Jazz"Anne-Sophie Mutter | Dallas Symphony Orchestra | Fabio Luisi: Negrón | Tchaikovsky | Williams

Actually, this artist friendship was highly unlikely: Anne-Sophie Mutter, classical music world star from Germany, and John Williams, American film music legend. But that is only one side of the story. On the other side, Anne-Sophie Mutter is an avid moviegoer - and a big fan of John Williams, whose genius for her also lies in the fact that, according to Mutter, he "builds bridges between the different languages of music." John Williams composed his jazz-inspired second violin concerto especially for the artist, whom he holds in high esteem. Anne-Sophie Mutter, in turn, has already recorded the work on CD and is now presenting it to German audiences in a series of top-class live concerts. Together with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, she also brings the Cologne season to a brilliant conclusion in this way.

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Price information:

€ 190,- | 168,- | 135,- | 113,- | 96,- | 52,- | choir loft Z: 124,-


Kölner Philharmonie Bischofsgartenstraße 1 50667 Köln

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