Mozart’s Violin Concertos are certainly not his most significant works. The first was composed when the artist was 17, the next four two years later. Created by an adolescent, the pieces are uncomplicated, perhaps somewhat naive, but full of grace and beautifully melodious. Maybe it is because of their charm that many famous violinists, from Igor Oistrakh and Yehudi Menuhin to Anne-Sophie Mutter and Gidon Kremer, include them in their repertoires. The CD Accord album presents three concerts performed by the Polish violinist Daniel Stabrawa. The Krakow-born artist is one of the most interesting characters in the world of violin today. For 14 years he has been concert master of the renowned Berlin Philharmonic. He is also first violinist in the highly esteemed Philharmonia Quartett Berlin, as well as a successful soloist. He has recently undertaken conducting the chamber orchestra Capella Bydgostiensis. In his earlier solo career he performed mainly 20th-century concerts of Prokofiev, Szymanowski and Weill. With the Capella Bydgostiensis he recorded Mozart’s 1st, 4nd and 5th Concertos, presenting all the characteristics of this music clearly and precisely. His interpretation is full of elegance, lightness and accuracy. The slow middle movements, often played in an oversentimental manner, sound really nice here and the fast finales reveal the player’s imaginativeness. The whole album makes enjoyable listening with due recognition of the performers’ artistry.