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Julia Fischer & Jan Lisiecki

Apr 1
2024–25 Add-On
Violinist Julia Fischer and pianist Jan Lisiecki are two solo stars who share a musical partnership because, says Fischer, “we are each inspired by the other one and arrive at something fresh and new, bringing in our own perspectives to a work.” Experience their chemistry as they perform sunny sonatas by Mozart and Beethoven and Robert Schumann’s turbulent, heartbreaking Violin Sonata No. 2.
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Location

Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall

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Program

Mozart

Violin Sonata No. 26

Beethoven

Violin Sonata No. 5, Spring

R. Schumann

Violin Sonata No. 2

Artists

Julia Fischer Violin

One of the world’s leading violinists, Julia Fischer is a versatile musician also known for her extraordinary abilities as a concert pianist, a chamber musician, and a music teacher. She received her first violin lessons at the age of three; beginning piano lessons with her mother, Viera Fischer, soon after; and at age nine beginning studied with the renowned violin professor Ana Chumachenco, later becoming her successor at the University of Munich. Winning First Prize at the International Yehudi Menuhin Competition in 1995 was a milestones in her early career; she has since performed with top orchestras worldwide, frequently collaborating with many of the world’s most renowned conductors.

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Jan Lisiecki Piano

Jan Lisiecki’s interpretations and technique speak to a maturity beyond his age. At age 28 the Canadian already looks back on a career encompassing a decade-and-a-half on the world’s greatest stages, on which he performs more than 100 concerts a year. He works closely with the most eminent conductors and orchestras of our time. This season sees his Berlin Philharmonic debut as well as a recital in Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium. He also performs at Vienna Musikverein’s Goldener Saal with the Bamberg Symphony and Manfred Honeck, and will play all five Prokofiev concertos over the next two seasons.

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