The most popular performer, Berlin

On Tuesday 3 September history was made when a packed house crowd gathered at the Asphalt club in Berlin to hear Anne-Sophie Mutter make her Yellow Lounge debut. The superstar violinist wowed 800 music lovers with performances of works that are part of his next album Dvořák on Deutsche Grammophon. Yellow Lounge regulars and newcomers alike embraced the stifling heat of that night, that reached the 45 degrees, to listen absorbed in silence.
Social media posts about Mutter's performance, presented during the Berlin Music Week, led to an unprecedented demand for tickets. Among those who were lucky enough to access the premises were the great Polish pianist Krystian Zimerman and several colleagues., with the clarinet soloist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Andreas Ottensamer, and Lithuanian accordionist Martynas among them.
Mutter's new recording, containing the Violin Concerto, mazurek on. 49, Romance in F minor Op. 11 y Humoresque op. 101, núm. 7 but Dvorak, will be published by the Yellow Seal at the end of October.