Daniel Lozakovich & the Munich Philharmonic
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Daniel Lozakovich & the Munich Philharmonic

Beethoven Violin Concerto

Performance date: 16/12/2019
54 Min

For Daniel Lozakovich, Beethoven's Opus 61 is the greatest concerto ever written, with its incredible purity, the simplicity of its material, the clarity with which it is written and the heavenly beauty of its themes. Indisputable for the 19 year old Swedish violinist is an equal balance between the soloist and the orchestra and is why it was important that he perform together with his mentor, Valery Gergiev. Together with the Munich Philharmonic, Lozakovich showcases flawless intonation and musical comprehension that goes well beyond his years, once again demonstrating his mature approach and apparently unlimited technical capabilities, distinctly discernible also in the closing Bach Sonata.

Soloist
Daniel Lozakovich (Violin)
Ensemble
Munich Philharmonic
Conductor
Valery Gergiev
1
Ludwig van Beethoven
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61
    48:11
    2
    Johann Sebastian Bach
    Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
      05:33