交响音乐会

  • 2016年04月02日 星期六 19:30
  • 购票指南国图艺术中心

导赏抒情花腔女高音歌唱家黄英不但长期活跃于歌剧舞台,还是艺术歌曲的热爱者和践行者,她在音乐会舞台上演唱了很多艺术歌曲、声乐套曲、清唱剧等大型声乐作品,柏辽兹的《夏夜》就是她的一部保留曲目。《夏夜》富于歌唱性而又音域宽广、情绪多变,加之器乐化的思维和交响化的乐队伴奏,都给演唱者提出了不小的挑战。2011年上海夏季音乐节,黄英曾与指挥大师迪图瓦及英国皇家爱乐乐团演出《夏夜》,观众无不在她半个小时连绵不绝的演唱中陶醉。下半场充满着浪漫风情的马勒第四交响曲与《夏夜》在风格上相得益彰,而在第四乐章“天堂的生活”这首艺术歌曲里,观众还将再度听到黄英一展歌喉。(刘益生,资深音乐经纪人)



交响音乐会



埃克托·柏辽兹:夏夜,作品7

 中场休息

古斯塔夫·马勒:第四交响曲



女高音:黄英

指挥:卢卡斯·波罗维茨


女高音:黄英

黄英,著名抒情花腔女高音歌唱家、歌剧表演艺术家。她是活跃在当今世界乐坛的杰出华人歌唱家,她艺术生涯的足迹遍布歌剧、音乐会、电视、电影、唱片等各种艺术领域,她以柔和甜美的音色、灵活高超的演唱技巧、丰富纯正的音乐风格、激情生动的舞台表演,赢得了世界歌剧界同行、观众和媒体的广泛而高度的赞誉,被西方权威媒体盛赞为“中国飞来的夜莺”。

黄英作为第一位在歌剧电影中担任女主角的华人歌唱家,在法国导演密特朗执导的著名歌剧电影《蝴蝶夫人》中进行了精彩表演,从而赢得了世界性的声誉并成为在国际乐坛享有巨星知名度的中国女高音,她的歌唱生涯也从此走向了世界歌剧舞台。十几年来,黄英先后登上了包括美国大都会歌剧院、比利时皇家歌剧院、丹麦国家歌剧院、德国科隆歌剧院、中国国家大剧院在内的世界各地的众多歌剧舞台,出演了《费加罗的婚礼》、《魔笛》、《爱的甘醇》、《弄臣》、《唐璜》、《维特》、《福斯塔夫》、《玫瑰骑士》、《塞魅丽》等多部歌剧中的女主角。2006年12月29日,黄英在美国大都会歌剧院主演的歌剧《魔笛》成为“大都会高清转播系列项目(Met HD Live)” 的第一部,她的精彩表演通过影院系统的高清直播传遍了世界各地。《纽约时报》先后评道:“黄英柔和优美的音色非常适合莫扎特的音乐风格。”“黄英是个可爱而声音清澈的抒情女高音,她在大都会歌剧院首度亮相,饰演帕米娜,很有吸引力。”2009年,黄英作为杰出的华人歌唱家代表荣登大都会歌剧院125周年庆典的“明星照片墙”。同时,黄英多年来还致力于推广中国原创歌剧,她是在国际舞台上演绎中国歌剧最多的歌唱家,她先后参与创排谭盾的歌剧《秦始皇》,并演出了《牡丹亭》,以及郭文景的《李白》、周龙的《白蛇传》等歌剧。2011年4月,周龙作曲、黄英主演的歌剧《白蛇传》获得全球性的重要奖项——第95届“普利策音乐奖”。

黄英还是一位活跃在音乐会舞台上的歌唱家,她多次亮相纽约莫扎特音乐节、巴黎秋季音乐节、维也纳音乐节、辛辛那提音乐节、北京国际音乐节、上海夏季音乐节等世界各大音乐节,以及纽约林肯中心音乐厅、卡内基音乐厅、肯尼迪音乐中心、维也纳金色大厅等音乐会舞台,演唱巴赫的《婚礼合唱》、亨德尔的清唱剧《弥赛亚》、海顿的《四季》、莫扎特的《加冕弥撒》、普朗克的《圣母悼歌》、奥尔夫的《布兰诗歌》、马勒第二、第四、第八交响曲、理查•施特劳斯的《最后四首歌》、柏辽兹的《夏夜》、谭盾的《苦恋》(即精简版《牡丹亭》)、陈其钢《蝶恋花》的等众多大型声乐作品。黄英曾多次与纽约爱乐乐团、芝加哥交响乐团、伦敦交响乐团、英国皇家爱乐乐团、西德广播交响乐团等知名乐团,以及詹姆斯•莱文、詹姆斯•康伦、克里斯托夫•艾森巴赫、夏尔•迪图瓦、约翰•内尔森等著名指挥家合作。

作为索尼(SONY)唱片公司的签约艺术家,黄英录制出版了多张唱片(CD/DVD)并在全

球发行,这些专辑广受好评并畅销多年,其中包括:歌剧电影《蝴蝶夫人》的原声CD和DVD,与詹姆斯•康隆(James Conlon)指挥的伦敦交响乐团合作录制的“歌剧咏叹调专辑”(Operatic Arias),“维也纳圣诞音乐会”专辑(CD/DVD)等。黄英还与多位当代作曲家合作出版了唱片,如谭盾作曲并指挥的组歌《苦恋》,美国作曲家理查•丹尼波尔(Richard Danielpour)的“俄耳甫斯的十四行诗”,同布莱恩•特菲尔(Bryn Terfel)、保罗•格罗夫斯(Paul Groves)一起演唱的世界著名摇滚巨星、作曲家罗杰•沃特斯(Roger Waters)创作的歌剧《一定会胜利》(Ça Ira)唱片等。

作为中西方文化交流的使者,黄英还频繁受邀出席世界各地的重大庆典演出,比如与歌剧大师多明戈以及流行巨星麦克尔•波顿合作并引起极大轰动的“1997年维也纳圣诞音乐会”,与著名男高音卡雷拉斯合作在上海大剧院开幕庆祝演出,在2004年雅典奥运会开幕前庆典音乐会上演唱,同著名男高音波切利合作在庆祝上海申博成功晚会上演出,在2010上海世博会开幕盛典上演唱主题歌《致世博》,在2011年世界游泳锦标赛闭幕式上做精彩演出等。在2011年9月21日肯尼迪中心中国文化月开幕音乐会演出后,权威的华盛顿邮报评论说:“在选自周龙2009年歌剧《白蛇传》的两段华美而令人印象深刻的咏叹调中,黄英的演唱和表演引人入胜、光彩灿烂,成为当晚的最大亮点!”2013年2月12日,在美国林肯中心纽约爱乐乐团举办的第二届中国新春音乐会上,黄英更以其天籁般的动人音色成功地演唱了叶小纲的现代版《大地之歌》,另全场观众起立并给予了最热烈的掌声。

如今,炙手可热的女高音歌唱家黄英已步入了其演唱事业黄金时期,并近年来更是佳作联翩。2012年,黄英受“美国亚洲协会”香港分会之邀在香港呈献的个人音乐会就曾广受当地媒体好评以及英国“金融时报”的称颂。2013年4月,在澳门文化中心音乐大厅,黄英又应邀作为首席女高音与澳门乐团合作,将经典的莫扎特《安魂曲》完整地奉献给了观众,其对莫扎特作品之娴熟与精准把握更是受到业界的高度赞扬。2014年春节,在北京国家大剧院举行的“凤凰卫视全球华人音乐盛典”音乐会上,黄英演唱了多首脍炙人口的歌剧选段,一曲罗悉尼的《塞维利亚理发师》中的《我心中有个声音》瞬间令全场观众为之动情,掌声雷动。同期,黄英还在北京国家大剧院制作的全新版之莫扎特的《费加罗的婚礼》中饰演女一号苏珊娜,其精湛的演唱技巧和出神入化的舞台表演一次又一次地为她赢得了观众不尽的喝彩,而该剧也已被国家大剧院拍摄成高清电影并全球发行。

为表彰其在古典音乐和歌剧领域的非凡专业成就,黄英作为杰出的国际知名女高音歌唱家于2013年受中国政府之邀,正式以“千人计划”特聘专家的身份荣归故里,回到其母校上海音乐学院执教,主持 “大师班”和“专业发展指导”等课程以培养后起之秀,并同时还努力探索中西文化在音乐领域的融合与互补,力求让更多的中国经典艺术歌曲之美传遍全球并发扬光大。作为一名永不言休、不断追求更高境界之真正的艺术家,如今的黄英,其日常演艺事务已由专业的跨国经理团队接管和执掌,本人虽常驻上海和纽约两地,但来自全球的频繁邀约却仍使这只夜莺不停地翱翔于世界各地,光彩照人。


指挥:卢卡斯·波罗维茨

卢卡斯·波罗维茨1977年出生于波兰华沙,在华沙弗雷德里克·肖邦音乐学院跟随安东尼·维特学习指挥,获博士学位。他曾在华沙国家歌剧院担任卡齐密尔茨·科尔德的助理指挥,在华沙爱乐乐团担任安东尼·维特的助理指挥以及在布达佩斯节日管弦乐团担任伊万·费舍尔的助理指挥。从2007年到2015年他担任了波兰广播交响乐团的首席指挥。2006年他被任命为波兹南爱乐乐团的首席客座指挥。他曾多次获得波兰文化部颁发的奖项,并曾在四项指挥赛事中获奖:特伦托(1999)、雅典(2000)、波尔图(2002)与班贝格(2004)。他曾与潘德列茨基教授一同工作,后者至今对他产生着极大影响。波罗维茨曾作为客席指挥与英国皇家爱乐乐团、BBC苏格兰交响乐团、柏林音乐厅管弦乐团、汉诺威北德广播爱乐乐团、莱比锡中德广播交响乐团、斯图加特西南德广播交响乐团、杜塞尔多夫交响乐团、汉堡交响乐团、维也纳人民歌剧院、琉森交响乐团以及所有波兰主流交响乐团。

波罗维茨曾在佩萨罗的罗西尼音乐节(海顿交响乐团,与伊娃·波德斯合作)以及石荷州音乐节(北德广播爱乐乐团,莫纽什科的歌剧《哈尔卡》)担任指挥。他作为歌剧指挥的首演是在华沙国家歌剧院指挥《唐璜》,之后是《奥菲欧与尤里迪斯》、《仲夏夜之梦》与《春之祭》。他此后还在克拉科夫歌剧院指挥过《唐璜》、《尤金·奥涅金》与《哈尔卡》,在罗兹大剧院指挥《魔笛》、《水仙女》、《蓝胡子公爵的城堡》与《狄多与埃涅阿斯》,在毕尔巴鄂歌剧院指挥席曼诺夫斯基的《罗杰王》等。他还曾在华沙歌剧院指挥演出芭蕾舞剧《天鹅湖》与《舞姬》。他录制的唱片包括了与伊娃·波德斯、皮奥特·贝扎拉、马里奥斯·克维恩琴与萨缪尔·拉梅等人的合作。

波罗维茨致力于较少演出的歌剧剧目,这从他在华沙路德维希·范·贝多芬复活节音乐节的工作中就可见一斑。

作为一位高产的录音艺术家,他的唱片曾两次法国音叉大奖,两次弗雷德里克·肖邦奖,曾在2008年获得MIDEM古典音乐奖提名,在2009年获得德国录音评论家奖提名,并数次获得BBC电台管弦乐与歌剧录音编辑选择奖。他与皮奥特·贝扎拉为DG唱片公司录制了理查·陶伯歌曲专辑(与皇家爱乐乐团合作),该专辑广受评论界与公众好评。波罗维茨录制的管弦乐包括了为Chandos厂牌录制的巴切维茨小提琴协奏曲全集,以及为CPO厂牌录制的安德烈采·帕努夫尼克的全部交响乐作品(与波兰广播交响乐团及柏林音乐厅管弦乐团合作)。帕努夫尼克作品集的最后一辑赢得了《留声机》杂志的“编辑选择奖”,波罗维茨因为这套唱片获得了2015年度ICMA特殊贡献奖。

在2014-2015音乐季,波罗维茨重返BBC苏格兰交响乐团,首次执棒南荷兰爱乐乐团、西南德广播交响乐团以及瑞士意大利语区管弦乐团。他还在这个音乐季首次与南特-昂热歌剧院合作,指挥了柴可夫斯基的 《尤金·奥涅金》,并因其艺术才华而广受赞誉。在2015-2016音乐季里他重返西南德广播交响乐团与南荷兰爱乐乐团,并首次与特隆海姆交响乐团与洛杉矶爱乐乐团合作。波罗维茨在2013年成功地完成了在中国的首演,他在2016年4月与中国爱乐乐团和广州交响乐团合作,此外还将在柏林指挥RIAS室内乐团以及柏林古乐学会乐团。

本场音乐会是波罗维茨首次与中国爱乐乐团合作。



 

Hector Berlioz     Les nuits d'été

Intermission

Gustav Mahler      Symphony No.4


 

Huang Ying, soprano

Lukasz Borowicz, conductor


Huang Ying, soprano

Ying Huang, renowned lyric coloratura soprano and opera singer, is one of the outstanding Chinese vocal artists who has been active worldwide in opera and concert performances, TV and movie productions as well as recording studios. Her tender and sweet voice, flexible and unassailable technique, authentic musical styles and impassioned stage performances have won accolades worldwide from colleagues, audiences and the media, who hail her as “the nightingale from China.”

Ying Huang is the first Chinese vocalist to perform a major operatic role in an opera movie. She first came to international attention at age 27, when she made a sensational debut as Cio-Cio San in Frédéric Mitterrand's 1995 acclaimed feature film Madame Butterfly. Since then, she has appeared in opera houses including the Metropolitan Opera, Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels Belgium, Royal Danish Opera, Cologne Opera House, China National Center of Performing Arts, performing major roles in, Le Nozze di Figaro, The Magic Flute, L’elisir d’amore, Rigoletto, Don Giovanni, Werther, Falstaff, Der Rosenkavalier, Semele, among others. On December 29, 2006, Ying Huang starred in The Magic Flute at the Metropolitan Opera, the first in the “Met HD Live” series, which was broadcasted live worldwide. A New York Times review praises her “bright tone” and “supple phrasing” and declares her “suited to Mozart.” Another reads: “A lovely, clear-voiced lyric soprano, Ying Huang, in her debut role at the Met, was an alluring Pamina.” In 2009, Ying Huang was selected onto the “Wall of Fame” in the Met’s 125th Anniversary celebration. Meanwhile, Ying Huang has devoted herself to the cause of Chinese contemporary operas. She worked with Tan Dun to prepare the opera The First Emperor, and has starred in his Peony Pavilion, which was later recorded by Sony, and Guo Wenjing’s The Poet Li Bai, among others. In April, 2011, Madame White Snake, in which Ying Huang starred the title role in its premiere production, won the Pulitzer Prize.

Ying Huang has also been very much in demand on concert stages, appearing regularly in Mostly Mozart Festival in New York, Festival d'Automne à Paris, Wiener Festwochen, Cincinnati Music Festival, Beijing Music Festival and Music in the Summer Air in Shanghai. Concert halls she has appeared include the Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Music Center and the Goldener Saal in the Wiener Musikverein, performing major vocal masterpieces such as Bach’s “Wedding Cantata,” BWV 210, Handel’s Messiah, Haydn’s Die Jahreszeiten, Mozart’s Coronation Mass, Poulenc’s Stabat Mater, Orff’s Carmina Burana, 

Mahler’s 2nd, 4th and 8th Symphonies, Richard Strauss’s Vier Letzten Lieder, Berlioz’s Les nuits d’été, Tan Dun’s Bitter Love and Qigang Chen’s Iris d’ évoilée. Ying Huang has collaborated multiple times with the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the SWR Radio Orchestra, among others, with James Levine, James Conlon, Christoph Eschenbach, Charles Dutoit and John Nelson among other conductors.

As an artist for Sony Classical, Ying Huang has recorded a number of internationally distributed albums including the soundtrack of Madame Butterfly, Operatic Arias with James Conlon and the London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Danielpour’s Sonnets to Orpheus, and Bitter Love, a concise version of Peony Pavilion, composed and conducted by Tan Dun. Her most recent Sony release includes Roger Waters' Ça Ira with Bryn Terfel and Paul Groves. 

Dedicated to using her voice to bridge the East and the West, Ying Huang has been frequently invited to perform on celebration occasions, such as the ground-breaking 1997 Vienna White Christmas concert with Plácido Domingo and Michael Bolton, the Opening Concert of the Shanghai Grand Theatre with José Carreras, the pre-opening celebration of the Athens Olympics in 2004, the Celebration Concert marking the success of Shanghai’s bidding to hold the World Expo with Andrea Bocelli, the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Shanghai World Expo (singing the theme Song Ode to the Expo) and the Closing Ceremony of 2011 World Aquatics Championships. After her performance on September 21, 2011 in the Kennedy Center’s “China: The Art of a Nation” festival, the Washington Post reviews: “It was soprano Ying Huang’s riveting and lustrously sung performance of two gorgeously neo-impressionistic arias from Zhou Long’s 2009 opera, “Madame White Snake,” that was the highlight of the evening.” Then on February 12, 2013 at the Lincoln Center in New York at the Chinese New Year Concert with the New York Philharmonic, Ying Huang marveled the entire audience with her extraterrestrial vocal interpretation of Ye Xiao Gang’s contemporary music version of Das Lied Von der Erde, a much praised musical endeavor to dialogue with Gustav Mahler.  

Representative of Ying Huang’s most recent public performances are her recital concert hosted by the Hong Kong Chapter of the Asia Society in 2012 which has won wide praise by local Hong Kong media as well as the Financial Times, her much celebrated participation as the lead soprano in the successful performance of Mozart’s Requiem with the Macau Orchestra at the Macao Cultural Centre Grand Auditorium in April 2013, as well as her superb interpretation of operatic arias such as Una voce poco fa, from Rossini’s Il barbiere di siviglia at the 2014 Phoenix TV’s New Year Concert at the National Centre of Performing Arts in Beijing. Worthy of note further is Ying Huang’s outstanding stage performance as Susanna in the NCPA’s new production of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro that has been turned into an NCPA’s HD movie for release worldwide. 

In recognition of her professional accomplishments as a distinguished soprano worldwide in classical music and the operatic field, the Chinese government has extended a warm invitation to welcome Ying Huang back to her motherland since 2013 under China’s “1000 Talents Program”. While still being one of the most sought after classical music performing artists on stage in China and around the world, Ying Huang is now a professor at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music heading up several projects and courses involving career development training for young musicians as well as the innovative effort to bring out the beauty of Chinese art songs to the attention and appreciation of the world. A true artist with a never tiring effort to seek for professional excellence, her stage appearances and professional engagements are still being represented and handled by a dedicated team of her managers across the globe. Ying Huang resides between Shanghai and New York but continues to travel around the world for her performances. 


Lukasz Borowicz, conductor

 “An excellent conductor… extremely gifted” – Krzysztof Penderecki 

“We will be hearing a lot more of Lukasz Borowicz” – Gramophone 

The success is largely due to Lukasz Borowicz, 38 year-old Polish conductor, (…) already holder of an extensive discography: he’s obviously at ease with this repertoire. He conducts the whole concert with baffling ardor and control and it’s hard to know where to start when it comes to praising the precision of the rhythms, the acute sense of contrast and dynamic, or the sharp attention he pays to soloists. Thanks to him, the flawless Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire is glowing, with a string section in a state of grace - Resmusica.com, Vincent Deloge (Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin at Opera de Nantes)   

Born in Warsaw in 1977, Lukasz Borowicz studied at the Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw where he received a doctorate in conducting under Antoni Wit. He was Assistant Conductor to Kazimierz Kord at the Warsaw National Opera, to Antoni Wit at the Warsaw Philharmonic and to Iván Fischer at the Budapest Festival Orchestra. In the years 2007-2015 he was Chief Conductor of the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra. In 2006 he was appointed Chief Guest Conductor of the Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra, a title he retains. He held several grants from the Polish Ministry of Culture and is a prizewinner of four conducting competitions: in Trento (1999), Athens (2000), Porto (2002) and Bamberg (2004). He has worked closely with Professor Penderecki who remains a major influence.   

Maestro Borowicz has appeared as a guest conductor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Komische Oper Berlin, NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover, MDR Sinfonieorchester Leipzig, SWR Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, Düsseldorfer Symphoniker, Hamburger Symphoniker, Wiener Volksoper, Lucerne Symphony Orchestra and all the major Polish symphony orchestras. 

Maestro Borowicz has conducted at the Rossini Festival in Pesaro (the Haydn Orchestra with Ewa Podleś) and the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival (Moniuszko’s “Halka” with the NDR Radiophilharmonie). He made his operatic debut with “Don Giovanni” at the Warsaw National Opera in Warsaw followed by “Orfeo ed Euridice”, “Midsummer's Night Dream” and “The Rite of Spring”. Further operatic credits include: “Don Giovanni”, “Eugene Onegin” and “Halka” (Kraków Opera), “Die Zauberflote”, “Rusalka”, “Bluebeard’s Castle” and “Dido and Aeneas” (Grand Theatre in Łódź), and Szymanowski’s “King Roger” (ABAO Bilbao). He has conducted ballet performances at the Warsaw National Opera (“Swan Lake”, “La Bayadere”). His extensive discography includes recordings with Ewa Podleś, Piotr Beczala, Mariusz Kwiecien and Samuel Ramey. 

Maestro Borowicz’s commitment to rare operatic repertoire is also evident in his ongoing work with the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival in Warsaw. 

A prolific recording artist, his recordings have been awarded two Diapason d’Or Prizes, two Fryderyk Chopin Prizes and were nominated for the Midem Classical Awards (2008) and the Preis der Deutschen Schalplattenkritik (2009). They also featured as the BBC Orchestral and Opera Choice on several occasions. His collaboration with Piotr Beczala on the Deutsche Grammophon recording of “Heart's delight - Songs of Richard Tauber” (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) was met with critical and public praise. Maestro Borowicz’s symphonic recordings include the Complete Violin Concertos by Bacewicz for Chandos and the Complete Symphonic Works by Andrzej Panufnik (Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Konzerthausorchester Berlin for CPO). The final installment of the Panufnik cycle was “Editor’s Choice” in Gramophone magazine and Borowicz received the ICMA Special Achievement Award in 2015 for his pioneering work on the cycle.  

In the 14/15 season, he returned to the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and made his debuts with the Philharmonie Zuidnederland, SWR Symphony, and the Orchestre della Svizzera Iataliana. He also made his debut at the Nantes-Angers Opera, conducting Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin where his artistic leadership was highly acclaimed. In 15/16 he returns to the SWR and the Philharmonie Zuidnederland, and debuts with the Trondheim Symphony and Los Angeles Philharmonic. After a successful debut in China in 2013, he also returns to the China Philharmonic and Guangzhou Symphony in April 2016 as well as returning to Berlin to begin a new collaboration with the RIAS Kammerchor and Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin.