Müller-Schott to sign his album in Warsaw


Müller-Schott to sign his album in Warsaw

Cellist Daniel Müller-Schott will meet the audience after the National Symphony Orchestra concert on 19 February. 

The world-famous artist who made his solo debut with the Berlin Philharmonic and now performs with the world’s most renowned ensembles and conductors – Lorin Maazel, Kurt Masur, or the star of the Warsaw concert, Christoph Eschenbach – has recorded a disc of chamber pieces Dvořák – The cello works for cello and piano, which reveals a different artistic facet of his.

One of the tracks on the album is Dvořák’s Cello Concerto that Daniel Müller-Schott will perform as part of the NSO’s Warsaw concert. The CD will be sold after the event, with Daniel Müller-Schott signing the discs in the Upstair Foyer. Don’t miss!