Valery Gergiev conducts Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5 — With Daniel Lozakovich

Münchner Philharmoniker

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Born in 2001, the violinist Daniel Lozakovich is a prodigy and international classical music star acclaimed for his incredibly perfect and angelic playing. In 2016, he graced the stage of München's Philharmonie im Gasteig for Mozart's Fifth Violin Concerto. Composed in 1775, the concerto is nicknamed "Turkish" for its final moment, the famous Rondo with a variation inspired by Turkish music.

The concert took place as part of the 2016 MPHIL 360°, which featured performances of all of Mozart's violin concertos by rising star violinists. Written in the early 1770s when the composer himself was still a teenager, Mozart's five violin concertos represent the gallant style at its very best, never disappointing with their irresistible effervescence and youthful charm!

Photo: Daniel Lozakovich © Florian Emanuel Schwarz

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