11 Songs, 1 Hour, 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 2016, at just 15 years old, Daniel Lozakovich was signed to the eminent Deutsche Grammophon roster. Not since Anne-Sophie Mutter had the label signed a young violinist so clearly destined for great things. Slightly unfashionably for a non-period-instrument player, he opts to make his debut in the music of J.S. Bach, and the gamble pays off splendidly. His neat, trim, and stylish playing is perfect for this music—whether solo in the elegantly done Second Partita, or in the concertos where he plays with great energy and terrific style.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 2016, at just 15 years old, Daniel Lozakovich was signed to the eminent Deutsche Grammophon roster. Not since Anne-Sophie Mutter had the label signed a young violinist so clearly destined for great things. Slightly unfashionably for a non-period-instrument player, he opts to make his debut in the music of J.S. Bach, and the gamble pays off splendidly. His neat, trim, and stylish playing is perfect for this music—whether solo in the elegantly done Second Partita, or in the concertos where he plays with great energy and terrific style.

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