The award ceremony will take place on 17 October

Daniel Muller-Schott and Anne-Sophie Mutter

Anne-Sophie Mutter and Daniel Müller-Schott

The violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter and cellist Daniel Müller-Schott have been awarded the OPUS KLASSIK 2020 solo recording award.

Other string-playing nominees across the 25 categories included violinist Mirijam Contzen, the cello-piano duet Raphaela Gromes and Julian Riem, the Wiener Klaviertrio, the Vision String Quartet, Ensemble Resonanz, and Les Passions de l’ame,

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The OPUS KLASSIK award ceremony will take place on 17 October in the form of a chamber concert in the Villa Elisabeth, and on 18 October, with an orchestral concert in the Konzerthaus Berlin, in compliance with social distancing and hygiene regulations.