Daniel Lozakovich. Mikhail Pletnev
Thought from the piano

In 2022, they made music together for the first time – and immediately took a liking to the equally exciting and harmonious togetherness. Daniel Lozakovich, born in Stockholm in 2001 to Russian parents, became an exclusive artist of Deutsche Grammophon at the age of 15. The technically superb young star is one of the very few string players of his generation whose tone and understanding of art capture the magic of the great ancients – a flair to which Lozakovich quite consciously orientates himself. In his tonal refinement he meets Mikhail Pletnev, the reclusive universal musician, who always transfers his experience as a composer and conductor to the piano. At the latest since his victory at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Competition in 1979, the Russian, who lives in Switzerland, is regarded as one of the greatest at the keys...

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Daniel Lozakovich


Mikhail Pletnev


Edvard Grieg
Sonata No. 3 C minor for violin and piano op. 45

César Franck
Sonata A major for violin and piano

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