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Daniel Lozakovich, violinist

The Swedish prodigy talks finding success as a teenager, what's next on his artistic journey, and much more

1 hr 9 min / Published

"The first time I saw the violin," says Daniel Lozakovich, "I knew directly: I'm going to be a violinist… It was like some magic spell." Signed to Deutsche Grammophon at the tender age of 15, Lozakovich seems to have been born to make music. In this wide-ranging conversation with Gramophone's James Jolly, the universally acclaimed virtuoso talks about connecting with the past through music, the ineffable perfection of a Stradivarius violin, the immortality of great art, the works he can't wait to incorporate into his repertoire, and more…

Presented with the generous support of Madame Aline Foriel-Destezet.

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  • musicmakers
  • violonist
  • lozakovich
  • james jolly
  • medici
  • medici.tv
  • music
  • classical music
  • deutsche grammophon
  • virtuoso
  • Stradivarius
  • violin
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