交响音乐会

  • 2016年01月30日 星期六 19:30
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导赏著名的俄罗斯指挥家弗拉基米尔·雷洛夫曾经在1995年来到中国,为纪念中国人民抗日战争暨世界反法西斯战争胜利50周年演出了肖斯塔科维奇的第七交响曲“列宁格勒”,这在中国的音乐史、特别是交响乐演出史上是一个划时代意义的事件,我当时是台下的听众之一。雷洛夫使我们看到了一位俄罗斯学派的指挥家是如何诠释肖斯塔科维奇的音乐作品。我认为,作为一位真正伟大的指挥家,雷洛夫的才华也许被我们这个时代所低估。时隔二十年之后,雷洛夫将再次来到北京,与中国爱乐乐团合作演出同样的一部“列宁格勒”,将会给听众带来怎样的感受?我对此充满了期待。(张艺,指挥家,中国国家芭蕾舞团交响乐团音乐总监)



交响音乐会


彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:罗密欧与朱丽叶(根据莎士比亚原著创作的幻想序曲)

弗雷德里克·肖邦:降E大调平稳的行板与辉煌的大波罗乃兹,作品22 

中场休息

德米特里·肖斯塔科维奇:C大调第七交响曲“列宁格勒”,作品69


钢琴:石叔诚

指挥:弗拉基米尔·雷洛夫


指挥:弗拉基米尔•雷洛夫

著名俄罗斯指挥家弗拉基米尔•雷洛夫(Vladimir Rylov)是俄罗斯联邦奖金获得者、布里亚特共和国民族艺术表演者、全俄音乐界受人尊敬的艺术家、教育、科技、工业、艺术国际研究院会员(美国的加利福尼亚)、西伯利亚国立文化艺术中心的名誉教授。

1995年,雷洛夫在北京指挥中国交响乐团演出的肖斯塔科维奇第七交响曲,获得巨大轰动,成为中国那个时代的记忆。

当他还是个学生时,这个多才多艺的年轻人便得到V·V·安德烈耶夫俄罗斯国家交响乐团董事会的关注并成为在俄罗斯内历史最悠久的艺术团体的艺术指导。在他从公立音乐学校毕业时,他作为首席指挥被邀请到彼得斯堡剧院指挥歌舞喜剧。

在那里他成功指挥了十五场演出,其中包括古典小歌剧、歌舞喜剧,而且也是首次在国内舞台上演奏国外的喜剧作品。随后,他在马林斯基剧院见习,在那里他指挥了《民谣歌手》《阿伊达》《吉赛尔》,肖斯塔科维奇《第七“列宁格勒”交响曲》等众多著名曲目;与剧院的艺术指导尤里•泰米卡诺夫有着紧密地协作,并被给予了很高的评价:“尽管他年龄很小,但在个人经验方面超过了许多初学者。”在他进行艺术创作的过程中,他还经常与来自俄罗斯许多地方的乐队合作演出。

在1980-1984年间,雷洛夫成为Perm剧院歌剧、芭蕾舞剧的首席指挥。由他指挥的《伊万•苏萨宁》《托斯卡》《马捷帕》《奥尔良姑娘》和歌剧《黑桃皇后》《浪子回头》等演出成为了国家音乐生活方面的重要事件。

作为特邀演出者,他出现在荷兰、比利时、英国(伦敦节庆管弦乐团,1990年);德意志联邦、澳大利亚、中国(在1990-1995年,五年时间中与国家交响乐团、上海爱乐协会管弦乐队、广州和深圳的交响乐团进行了多次合作)的舞台上。他还参加了如《伊格尔王》《沙皇的新娘》《布兰诗歌》,F•里歌的小歌剧《王子》(澳大利亚,维也纳室内歌剧,1994年)的演出,并参加了一系列的音乐节,如塞格德音乐节(匈牙利,1982年,塞格德交响乐团和布达佩斯爱乐协会),奥古斯丁艺术节(美国,1990年),俄罗斯在戛纳艺术节(法国,1999年),泰国艺术节(2000年)。

他对马勒的第七交响乐、鲍罗丁第二交响曲、肖斯塔科维奇的第七交响曲、柴科夫斯基的《曼弗雷德》音乐的阐释是他更接近于众多世界名曲的极好例证。他的保留曲目涵盖各种风格:巴洛克风格、古典风格、浪漫主义风格及印象派。弗拉基米尔•雷洛夫仍充满创作的热情,还有许多新的创意与计划在进行中。他的天分和他的艺术作品使他受到俄罗斯及世界各地音乐爱好者及专业人士的尊重。

弗拉基米尔•雷洛夫于1947年生于一个音乐世家,毕业于俄罗斯最古老的教育机构——彼得斯堡宫廷歌曲唱诗班合唱队学校,并在公立音乐学校学习合唱和交响乐指挥。


 

Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky    Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy-Overture after Shakespeare

Frédéric Chopin        Andante spianato et grande polonaise brillante in E-flat major, Op. 22

Intermission

Dmitri Shostakovich         Symphony No.7 in C major “Leningrad”, Op.69


Shi Shucheng, piano

Vladimir Rylov, conductor


Vladimir Rylov conductor

Russian conductor Vladimir Rylov is an Russian Federation State Award Laureate winner, a people’s artist of Buryat Republic, a member of International Academy of Industry, Education, Science and Arts (USA, CA),and the honored professor of All-Russian Musical Society. 

In 1995, Rylov conducted China National Symphony Orchestra, performing Shostakovich Symphony No.7 in Beijing, the great sensation has become memory of the Chinese generation.

Vladimir Rylov was born in a musical family in 1947. He graduated from Russia’s oldest educational institution——Choral School of St. Petersburg State Academic Choir, and studied conductor-choral department in St. Petersburg State Conservatoire.

This versatile young man had already attracted the attention of VV. Andreyev Russian National Orchestra’s board of directors before his graduation; consequently he became the artistic performance leader and head conductor of this most historic art group in Russia. After graduation, he was invited to take the position as head conductor of Musical Comedy Theatre, where he successfully directed fifteen performances (including operetta, musical comedy, and this was also the very first time to stage foreign comedy on the local stage). He left VV. Andreyev Russian National Orchestra and became trainee in Mariinsky Theatre, where he conducted “Folk Singer”, “Aida”, “Giselle”, Shostakovich’s Symphony No.7 “Leningrad” among many others. Rylov closely collaborated with Yuri Termirkanov during that time, who high praised him: “Even at his early age, Rylov’s experiences is far more than other beginners.” In his artistic career, he also regularly cooperated with orchestras from all over Russia.

From1980 to1984, Rylov served as opera, ballet head conductor in Perm Academic Theatre. The opera and ballet he conducted, for instance “Ivan Susanin”, “Tosca”, “Mazeppa”, “The Maid of Orleans”, “The Queen of Spades”, “The Prodigal Son” and etc., all became national music events.

He won the RF State Award Laureate for conducting “War and Peace”. From then on, Rylov appeared in Netherlands, Belgium, England (London Festival Orchestra, 1990), German Federal, Australia, China(where he conducted China National Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra as well as Orchestras in Guangzhou and Shenzhen during 1990-1995) as a guest artist.

He also conducted “Prince Igor”, “Tsar’s Bride”, “Carmina Burana”, operetta “Prince”(Vienna chamber opera, 1994), participated in several music festivals, including Szeged Festival (Hungary, 1982, Szeged Symphony Orchestra and the Budapest Philharmonic Society), Augustine Festival (America, 1990), Russia Festival at Cannes (France, 1999), Thailand Festival (2000). 

His interpretation of Mahler’s Symphony No.7 in E minor, Borodin’s Symphony No.2, Shostakovich’s Symphony No.7, Tchaikovsky’s Manfred Symphony illustrates that he is closer to the originality of these great symphonic works. His repertoire ranges from baroque, classic style, to romantic and impressionism.

Vladimir Rylov is still full of creative passion. There are many new ideas and plans in his progress. His talent and artistry won great respects by music lovers and professionals in Russia, and all over the world.