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Cellomania: Daniel Müller-Schott Plays Elgar

Conductor Alessandro Crudele
Cello Daniel Müller-Schott


Bach/George Benjamin

Canon & Fugue (from The Art of Fugue) (2007) (Asian première)


Cello Concerto in E minor, Op 85


Symphony No 5 in D, Op 107, “Reformation”

Daniel Müller-Schott (Cello)

★★★★★ The Daily Telegraph

This is glossy, Rolls Royce of an Elgar.” BBC Music Magazine

Music-making of the highest order.” American Record Guide

Unerring skill and sensitivity.” The Strad

A truly charismatic player, technically brilliant and with a penetrating, highly expressive tone.” Gramophone



Dates & Times:

10 September 2016 (Saturday)


HK City Hall Concert Hall

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$360, $240, $140

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Due to interior renovation works, catering outlets at Hong Kong City Hall are closed as scheduled below:

1) Maxim’s Palace Chinese Restaurant, City Hall Maxim’s Café and Deli & Wine at Low Block are closed from 18.7.2016 onwards;

2) From 1.8.2016 onwards, Maxim’s MX at High Block will also be closed.

Renovation is expected to complete by mid-September.

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Daniel Müller-Schott (Cello)
©Uwe Arens

Daniel Müller-Schott (Cello)
©Uwe Arens

Daniel Müller-Schott (Cello) Bio (CHI)

Daniel Müller-Schott (Cello) Bio (ENG)

Alessandro Crudele (Conductor)
©Marco Borggreve

Alessandro Crudele (Conductor) Bio (CHI)

Alessandro Crudele (Conductor) Bio (ENG)

Press Release (CHI)

Press Release (ENG)

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