Orchestre de chambre de Paris

Lars Vogt | direction
Christian Tetzlaff | violin 

Brahms-inspired virtuosity and romanticism in the hands of violinist Lars Vogt.

Lars Vogt, Christian Tetzlaff
Lars Vogt © J. B. Pellerin, Christian Tetzlaff © G. Bertazzi


Brahms Violin Concerto in D major Op.77
Serenade No.1 Op.11 

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"It’s deep, multifaceted and has an extremely satisfying physicality. Even just the first movement contains emotion from the heights of ecstasy to the depths of despair.” This is how Christian Tetzlaff describes Brahms's Concerto No. 2, a work of virtuosity and romanticism that has become a true companion for him, and which he finds here again under the baton of Lars Vogt. "Playing Brahms, I feel like I understand what he’s telling me, in every phrase and every note," adds Christian Tetzlaff. An impression confirmed in top venues twenty years ago, when the violinist, after Yehudi Menuhin or Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, was awarded the prestigious Brahms Prize, which "rewards artists who have contributed mesmerizing work for the preservation of the artistic heritage of Johannes Brahms."

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