Anne-Sophie Mutter

Birth Day June 29th, 1963
Birth Place Rheinfelden, Germany
Age 57 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Cancer

About Anne-Sophie Mutter

German Violinist is named for Anne-Sophie Mutter who is famous for being an outstanding champion of Contemporary music with several works being composed especially for her including by Henri Dutilleux, Krzysztof Penderecki, Wolfgang Riham, and others. She also played "The Silver Album", "Violin Concertos/ Sinfonia Concertante", "Bach: Violin Concertos & Concerto for 2 Violins", "John Williams in Vienna", Violin Concertos".

German violinist, Anne-Sophie Mutter

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In 1980, Anne-Sophie Mutter made her American debut with the New York Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta and also made an honorary fellow of the Royal Academy of Music. She has won four Grammy Awards, nine Echo Classic Awards, The German Recording Award, the Record Academy Prize, the Grand Prix du Disque, and the International Phono Award. Anne-Sophie Mutter is going to become President of German Cancer Aid by replacing Fritz Pleitgen. Commenting on her appointment to this position, Pleitgen said, "A better choice could not be made." Currently, Pleitgen is undergoing chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer. He has held this position for 10 years and is honored to hand it to Mutter. Helping people with cancer is something Mutter feels the need to do. "I am very much looking forward to working on this indispensable task because cancer is an issue in the middle of our society," she said.

Early Life and Family

Anne-Sophie Mutter took birth in Rheinfelden, Baden-Württemberg, West Germany which makes her nationality of German. She came from German-White ethnic background. Every year the lady celebrates her birthday on 29 June and her date of birth was 29 June 1963. She follows the Christian religion and her zodiac sign or star sign is Cancer. Thus, her race is white.

Anne-Sophie Mutter came to this world from her parents, Karl-Whihelm Mutter and Gerlinde Mutter. Later, her father and her mother got divorced. She began playing the piano at the age of five, and shortly afterward took up the violin.

Anne-Sophie Mutter began studying with Erna Honigberger, a Pupil of Carl Flesch. Later, she continued her studies with Aida Stucki at the Winterthur Conservatory.

Anne-Sophie Mutter Personal Life

Anne-Sophie Mutter was married to the pianist and conductor Andre Previn in 2002 and divorced in 2006. But, she still collaborates with her ex-husband Andre Previn. Previously, she married her first husband Detlef Wunderlich. They have two children: Arabella and Richard. Her first Husband Wunderlich died of cancer in 1995. Straight is her sexual orientation. 

Anne-Sophie Mutter and her ex-husband, Andre Previn

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Anne-Sophie Net Worth 

Anne-Sophie Mutter has an estimated net worth of $ 1.4 Million. Her income source is mostly from being a successful Violinist. Whereas she has not spoken anything about her salary to the media. 

Anne-Sophie Mutter Body Measurements - Height and Weight

Versatile lady, Anne-Sophie Mutter stands at the perfect height with a slim body build. She has light brown hair and black eye color. on 26 March 2020, Anne-Sophie Mutter had tested positive for COVID-19.

Awards, Recognition, and Achievements

  • Grammy Award
  • International Film Music Critics Award
  • Sonning Award
  • Polar Music Prize

Award-winning violinist, Anne-Sophie Mutter

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Albums List

  • 2020- "John Williams in Vienna", "Beethoven: Triple Concerto & Symphony No. 7 (Live)"
  • 1980- "Violin Concerto", "Beethoven: Violin Concerto"
  • 1984- "Le Quattro Stagioni"
  • 2015- "The Club Album (Live From Yellow Lounge)"
  • 1993- "Carmen-Fantasie"
  • 2005- "Mozart", "Vivaldi: The Four Seasons", "Violin Concertos/ Sinfonia Concertante", "Bach: Violin Concertos & Concerto for 2 Violins"
  • 1982- "Violin Concertos"
  • 2014- "The Silver Album"
  • 2017- "Trout Quintet"
  • 2008- "Bech: Violin Concerto/Gubaulina: In tempus Praesens", "Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto Op. 64; Piano Trio Op. 49; Violin Sonata in F major (1838)"
  • 2006- "Mozart: Complete Violin Sonatas", Piano Trios K. 502, 542, 548"
  • 2003- "Tango Song and Dance", "Previn: Violin Concerto/ Bernstein: Serenade"
  • 1996- "Anne-Sophie Mutter-The Berlin Recital"
  • 1978- "Schubert: Forellenuintett-Trout Quintel"
  • 2000- "Recital 2000"
  • 1992- "Symphonie espagnole", "Partita/ Chain 2/ Piano Concerto", "Lutoslawski: Partita; Chain 2 &3; Novelette"
  • 1987- "Overtures & Intermezzi"
  • 1989- "Die Streichtrios- The String Trios-Les Trios Pour Cordes"
  • 2004- "Mozart: Violin Concertos Nos. 1, 2, & 4- Adagio in E"
  • 2012- "Sublime Mutter!", "Vivaldi: Les 4 Saisons"
  • 1991- "Bartok: Violin Concerto No. 2, Sz 112/ Moret: En reve"
  • 1985- "Beethoven: Triple Concerto; Overtures"
  • 1997- "Brahms: Violin Sonatas 1-3"

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