Blank Canvas, no boundaries
From Dvořák at the Proms to an all-Russian Disc, with some wacky transcriptions and street art along the way, cellist Daniel Müller-Schott is bowing in all directions, finds Richard Bratby.
“… From concertos to chamber music, Müller-Schott is always striking off in new directions, he sees any collaboration as another step towards becoming a ‘complete artist’ “
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Julia Fischer and Daniel Müller-Schott in the current magazine issue of the Bayerische Staatsoper: MAX JOSEPH
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Daniel Müller-Schott at Tarisio, London: „On stage at Wigmore Hall” – The instruments at Wigmore Hall Autumn 2017 » more
Cover story Concerti
Daniel Müller-Schott is the Cover story from German’s Classical Music Magazine Concerti July/August 2017. » more
RNZ Concert has interviewed Daniel Müller-Schott ahead of his performances with New Zealand Symphony Orchestra under James Feddeck. » more
Julia Fischer and Daniel Müller-Schott: Harmony on all levels
„It seems, the way how they are playing together is really the same as their communication. Julia Fischer and Daniel Müller-Schott about their first meeting, the new CD release and the question, if women or men have an advance on stage
Daniel Müller-Schott in conversation with Jörg Tröger about the opening concert and his Residency at the “Heidelberger Frühling 2016”
Fine Music FM
Fine Music FM will present Daniel Müller-Schott live on radio. Michael Morton-Evans will speak to him on his broadcasting “in conversation” » more
Daniel Müller-Schott in the current issue DONNA magazine: So sexy is classic - virtuoso, charismatic, and extremely attractive: these artists are on top in the classical music scene and make the concerts simply more beautiful, January 2015.
2014 12 10 Süddeutsche Zeitung
Daniel Müller-Schott about Caspar David Friedrich‘s „Giant Mountains“
The Süddeutsche Zeitung asked Daniel Müller-Schott to recommend one of his favorite paintings and write about it in the newspaper - He chose the „Riesengebirge“ („Giant Mountains“) by Caspar David Friedrich, c.1820. You can see this painting in the museum of the Neue Pinakothek in Munich. The intensity of the contrasting elements of nature in this masterwork always force him to reflect, and Daniel Müller-Schott feel strongly the influence and inspiration, which the painter had on artists like Beethoven, Schubert and Schumann. The cellist often thinks how closely connected different art forms of literature/poetry, visual arts and music were in the 19th century. Caspar David Friedrich himself said about his work: „Close your bodily eye, so that you may see your picture first with your spiritual eye. Then bring to the light of day that which you have seen in the darkness so that it may react upon others from the outside inwards."
2014 08 01 Kieler Nachrichten Oliver Stenzel
Interview with Daniel Müller-Schott „Wie Instrumente zur Einheit finden“.
„Fascination of the abyssmal“
Daniel Müller-Schott in the interview for the DSO News 12/2012