2016-2017音乐季开幕式交响音乐会

  • 2016年09月11日 星期日 19:30
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导赏指挥家张艺、小提琴大师卡瓦科斯与来自陈其钢、勃拉姆斯和巴托克三位作曲家作品将见证中国爱乐乐团第16个音乐季的到来。中国爱乐的音乐季历来便以业界标杆的地位受到各界的瞩目,而从某种意义上来看,乐团2016-2017音乐季的开幕音乐会在客席艺术家阵容和曲目遴选上有着典型的中国爱乐烙印:西方经典作品与中国当代新作兼具,本土优秀音乐家与国际乐坛“大腕儿并举。在乐团过往音乐季每每受到好评的张艺将再次站在中国爱乐的舞台上,而现象级小提琴家卡瓦科斯将以勃拉姆斯小提琴协奏曲见证他与中国爱乐的首次合作,并以此完成他在北京的协奏曲首秀。陈其钢在交响前奏曲《京剧瞬间》中再一次充分运用了他青少年时期记忆深刻的京剧印象,而这也与音乐会下半场巴托克《乐队协奏曲》中大量存在的匈牙利民间音乐元素相互呼应。而《乐队协奏曲》这部供交响乐团炫技的作品更将是音乐会一大看点,且看中国爱乐各声部如何各显神威!(周皓,乐评人)


2016-2017音乐季开幕式交响音乐会


陈其钢:京剧瞬间

约翰内斯·勃拉姆斯:D大调小提琴协奏曲,作品77

中场休息

贝拉·巴托克:乐队协奏曲,作品Sz. 116


小提琴:莱昂尼达斯·卡瓦科斯

指挥:张艺


指挥:张艺

中央芭蕾舞团副团长、音乐总监及首席指挥、享受国务院政府特殊津贴专家

张艺自5岁开始学习小提琴,1983年进入中央音乐学院附小,1990年保送至中央音乐学院指挥系,随著名指挥家徐新教授学习,并得到了冀瑞铠教授的悉心教诲。2000年至2003年,他就读于德国萨尔布吕肯音乐学院,师从德国著名指挥家、教育家马克思Ÿ博默教授,获指挥硕士学位。

作为当前中国颇具影响力的青年指挥家之一,张艺曾与众多国内外著名乐团合作呈献音乐会、歌剧和芭蕾舞剧演出。他先后执棒的乐团包括:中国国家交响乐团、中国爱乐乐团、上海交响乐团、上海爱乐乐团、中央民族乐团、中央芭蕾舞团、中央歌剧院、广州交响乐团、浙江交响乐团、杭州爱乐乐团、香港小交响乐团、澳门乐团、伦敦爱乐乐团(London Philharmonic Orchestra)、马来西亚爱乐乐团(Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra)、德国广播爱乐乐团(German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra)、古巴交响乐团(Cuba Symphony Orchestra)、瑞典皇家歌剧院(Kungliga Operan)、法国巴黎克洛纳乐团(Orchestra Colonne of Paris)、法兰西岛国家交响乐团(Orchestre national d’île de france)、以及德国符腾堡室内乐团(Württemberg Chamber Orchestra)等。

他的足迹遍布欧洲、美洲、澳洲与亚洲等地,携手合作过的著名中外艺术家包括伊曼纽尔Ÿ帕胡德(Emmanuel Pahud)、文策尔Ÿ富克斯 (Wenzel Fuchs)、雷诺德•卡皮桑 (Renaud Capucon)、提鲍德(Jean-YvesThibaudet)、郑明和(Myung Wha Chung)、张永宙(Sarah Chang)、郎朗、陈萨、宁峰、秦立巍等。马来西亚国王与王后对他极为赞赏,当地新闻媒体也给予了高度评价:“(张艺是)灿烂的、不可思议的、极具魅力的年轻指挥家”。因此张艺在2012-2014年连续三年指挥了马来西亚爱乐乐团音乐季演出,以实际行动来回报亚洲音乐界对他的支持与厚爱。

张艺曾指挥演出许多中外作品的中国首演,且非常热爱当代音乐,他指挥的中国首演作品有包括斯特拉文斯基的《一个士兵的故事》、叶小纲的《马九匹》、陈其刚的《道情》等。2001年5月张艺在北京与中央芭蕾舞团合作,世界首演了陈其刚作曲、张艺谋导演的新编芭蕾舞剧《大红灯笼高高挂》,获得极大成功;2012年4月,张艺携澳门乐团在澳门圣母玫瑰堂成功首演了莫扎特《c小调弥撒》,将这部“世界最伟大的三大弥撒曲”之一的杰作带给广大音乐爱好者;2014年4月,他再次来到玫瑰堂,成功指挥澳门乐团完美罗西尼《圣母悼歌》的中国首演。

2012年5月张艺因指挥大量中西方当代音乐荣获北京现代音乐节杰出贡献奖。

在国家重大活动中也能看到张艺的身影。2007年7月香港回归十周年庆典演出和2008年北京奥运会开幕式都有他的倾情参与,其中张艺指挥并录制了北京奥运会开幕式的大部分音乐,包括主题歌《我和你》。

为了给中国听众送上更多的听觉盛宴,2008年6月,他成功地指挥了瑞典皇家芭蕾舞团在中国的巡回演出;2013年,他还与德国符腾堡室内乐团携手开展了精彩的巡回演出。

此外,张艺还录制了不少中外作品的唱片,其中包括2002年1月他与德国萨尔布吕肯广播交响乐团录制的叶小纲交响乐作品,该唱片由德国Wergo唱片公司出版。这是一种意义非凡的传播方式,它向世界展示了中国当代音乐的活力和面貌。2013年7月张艺与英国伦敦爱乐乐团及大提琴演奏家秦立巍在英国为DEECA唱片公司录制英国作品专辑。

在国际舞台上,张艺频频亮相于各大文化艺术节和著名艺术殿堂,他曾于2004年4月率中国国家交响乐团赴朝鲜平壤,参加四月之春国际艺术节;2005年9月携兰州歌剧院交响乐团出访澳大利亚,在著名的悉尼歌剧院奏响中国音乐之声;2006年5月,张艺与古巴交响乐团在哈瓦那举行了古巴艺术节开幕式交响音乐会;2007年、2008年他率兰州交响乐团赴维也纳金色大厅与巴黎会议宫演出音乐会和歌剧《大梦敦煌》;2008年7月张艺和中央芭蕾舞团在伦敦科汶特花园皇家剧院演出;2009年1月他与法国巴黎克洛纳乐团和中央芭蕾舞团在巴黎歌剧院演出;2010年2月他携瑞典皇家歌剧院在斯德哥尔摩演出。

2015年11月,张艺带领中央芭蕾舞团交响乐团首次独立“走出去”,赴瑞士博丽欧剧院、圣普雷剧院及日内瓦万国宫演出三场音乐会。此次赴瑞士演出广受赞许并意义非凡:瑞士博丽欧剧院与圣普雷剧院的演出,是对于中国-瑞士建交65周年的纪念;联合国于日内瓦万国宫主办的“五常联合音乐会”,更具有庆祝联合国胜利70周年和世界反法西斯战争胜利70周年、呼吁世界和平的重大意义。


小提琴:莱昂尼达斯·卡瓦科斯

莱昂尼达斯·卡瓦科斯在全世界范围内都被认为是具有罕见的艺术质量、高水准的技巧、超凡的音乐性以及演奏的完整性的小提琴家与艺术家。他与全世界最杰出的交响乐团合作,并担任DECCA古典唱片公司的独家艺术家。

卡瓦科斯最重要的三位导师是斯特里奥斯·卡凡塔里斯,约瑟夫·金戈尔德与弗兰茨·拉多斯。在21岁时,卡瓦科斯已经是三项顶级小提琴赛事的冠军得主:1985年的西贝柳斯比赛,以及1988年的帕格尼尼与瑙姆堡比赛。这一系列的成功使得他获得了录制“原始版”西贝柳斯小提琴协奏曲(1903-1904年版)的机会,这张唱片也是该版本被首次灌录成唱片,获得了1991年《留声机》年度协奏曲大奖。

莱昂尼达斯·卡瓦科斯已被宣布将荣获2017年度的莱奥尼·松宁音乐奖。该奖项是丹麦最高的音乐荣誉,每年授予被全世界认可的作曲家、演奏家、指挥家或歌唱家,过往的获奖者包括了伦纳德·伯恩斯坦、本杰明·布里顿、阿图尔·鲁宾斯坦、耶胡迪·梅纽因、德米特里·肖斯塔科维奇、迪特里希·费舍尔-迪斯考、姆斯季斯拉夫·罗斯特罗波维奇、皮埃尔·布列兹、阿尔弗雷德·布伦德尔、丹尼尔·巴伦勃伊姆与西蒙·拉特等。

卡瓦科斯与许多乐团与指挥家都建立起紧密的合作关系,这其中包括了维也纳爱乐乐团(艾森巴赫、夏伊等)、柏林爱乐乐团(拉特)、阿姆斯特丹皇家音乐厅管弦乐团(杨松斯、拉蒂等)、伦敦交响乐团(捷杰耶夫、拉特、哈丁等)、莱比锡布商大厦管弦乐团(夏伊)、慕尼黑爱乐乐团以及巴黎管弦乐团等。卡瓦科斯还曾与德累斯顿国家管弦乐团、柏林德意志交响乐团、布达佩斯节日乐团、圣切契里亚乐团、斯卡拉爱乐乐团以及美国的费城交响乐团、纽约爱乐乐团、波士顿交响乐团、芝加哥交响乐团和洛杉矶爱乐乐团等合作。

在2016-2017音乐季,莱昂尼达斯·卡瓦科斯将担任纽约爱乐乐团的驻团艺术家。在此期间,他将首次以指挥家的身份与纽约爱乐乐团合作,还将作为独奏家演出三套音乐会,这其中包括了与指挥家阿兰·吉尔伯特合作的作曲家蕾拉·奥尔巴赫第三号小提琴协奏曲的世界首演。

莱昂尼达斯·卡瓦科斯近年来开始作为指挥家为世人知晓。他指挥过的乐团已经包括了伦敦交响乐团、波士顿交响乐团、柏林德意志交响乐团、佛罗伦萨五月音乐节乐团、维也纳交响乐团与布达佩斯节日乐团等。在这个音乐季里,他将指挥科隆爱乐乐团、芬兰广播交响乐团、威尼斯凤凰歌剧院爱乐乐团与休斯敦交响乐团等。

作为DECCA古典唱片公司的独家艺术家,他的第一张专辑是与钢琴家恩里科·帕切合作的贝多芬小提琴奏鸣曲全集(2013年1月),该专辑获得了古典回声“年度器乐”大奖。此后,他与里卡多·夏伊指挥的莱比锡布商大厦管弦乐团录制了勃拉姆斯的小提琴协奏曲(2013年10月),以及与钢琴家王羽佳合作的勃拉姆斯小提琴奏鸣曲全集(2014年3月)。他获得了《留声机》2014年“年度艺术家”大奖。

莱昂尼达斯·卡瓦科斯早期的录音专辑包括了为BIS与ECM的录音,此后为索尼古典录制了门德尔松小提琴协奏曲(或古典回声“最佳协奏曲录音”奖)以及与萨尔茨堡室内乐团合作录制了莫扎特的小提琴协奏曲全集。

卡瓦科斯出生并成长于雅典的一个音乐家庭,他今天依然居住在雅典,并在当地开设了一年一度的小提琴与室内乐大师班,吸引了来自全世界的小提琴家与室内乐团体参与,这体现了他对传递音乐知识与传统的使命感,而卡瓦科斯所深深着迷的其中一项音乐传统就是小提琴与琴弓的制作艺术,他认为这是神秘的未解之谜。卡瓦科斯演奏一把制作于1724年的“阿伯加文尼”斯特拉底瓦里小提琴,并拥有由莱昂哈特、格莱纳、哈蒂与巴古埃等制琴师制作的现代小提琴。

本场音乐会是卡瓦科斯第一次与中国爱乐乐团合作,也是他第一次在北京演奏协奏曲。



Qigang Chen      Instants d'un opéra de Pékin

Johannes Brahms     Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77

Intermission

Béla Bartók       Concerto for Orchestra, Sz. 116


Leonidas Kavakos, violin

Yi Zhang, conductor


Yi Zhang, conductor

Zhang Yi, one of today’s influential young conductors in China, also served as the Music Director, Chief Conductor and Deputy Director of the National Ballet of China.

Learning to play the violin at the age of 5, Zhang Yi was recommended to Central Conservatory of Music in 1990. He learned conducting under the guidance of Prof. Xu Xin and Prof. Ji Ruikai. From 2000 to 2003, he pursued further education in the Saarbrücken HFM: Hochschule für Musik Saar, where he finished the graduate course for conducting with Prof. Max Pommer, a renowned German conductor.

As a major young conductor in China, Zhan Yi has devoted himself in hundreds of concerts, operas and ballets. During the past two decades, he has cooperated with lots of orchestras home and abroad, including China National Symphony Orchestra, China Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, China Traditional Instrument Orchestra, National Ballet of China Symphony Orchestra, Central Opera Theater, Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, Zhejiang Symphony Orchestra, Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra, Hong Kong Symphonitta Orchestra, Macau Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Cuba Symphony Orchestra, Kungliga Operan, Orchestra Colonne of Paris, Orchestre national d’île de france, and Württemberg Chamber Orchestra etc.

In his performances around European, American, Australian and Asian countries, Zhang Yi collaborated with numerous artists such as Emmanuel Pahud, Wenzel Fuchs, Renaud Capucon, Jean-YvesThibaudet, Myung Wha Chung, Sarah Chang, Lang Lang, Chen Sa, Ning Feng and Qin Liwei etc. During his tour in Malaysia, Zhang Yi received great acclaim in local news media, describing him as “a brilliant, incredible charming young conductor”. He also won personal recognition from the King and Queen of Malaysia. From 2012 to 2014, Zhang Yi conducted the Malaysia Philharmonic Orchestra in music seasons for three consecutive years, in return for the love and expectation of Asian audiences.

Zhang Yi conducted many premieres of Chinese and foreign works, including the world premiere of the ballet Raise the Red Lantern in May 2001, which was composed by Chen Qigang and directed by Zhang Yimou. In the Aprils of 2012 and 2014, he successfully conducted the Chinese premiere of Mass in C Minor by Mozart (2012) and Stabat Mater by Rossini (2014) with Macau Symphony Orchestra in Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Macao, introducing these two great masterpieces to Chinese audience.

In May 2012, he was given the Award of Outstanding Contribution at the Beijing Modern Music Festival for his numerous performances of Chinese and western modern music pieces.

Known for his enthusiasm and passion, Zhang Yi has often been invited to take part in national events. In July 2007, he conducted in the performance of celebrating the 10th anniversary of Hong Kong coming back to China. In 2008, he conducted for the recording of most musical pieces for the opening ceremony of 2008 Olympic Games, including the song You and Me.

Zhang Yi has worked with top art organization to give Chinese audience excellent art experience. For instance, in June 2008, he conducted all the tour performances of Royal Swedish Ballet in China. In 2013, apart from conducting, he played an active role in the China tour of Württemberg Chamber Orchestra of Heilbronn, Germany.

Aiming to make the Chinese music and musicians known worldwide, Zhang Yi has released many recordings. In January 2002, he conducted for the recording of Ye Xiaogang’s symphony works New Music from China with Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra, which was published by Wergo (Germany). In July 2013, Zhang Yi went to London with famous cellist Qin Liwei, where he conducted London Philharmonic Orchestra to record Britain music works for DEECA Music Group. These efforts are highly regarded as they serve as a showcase for modern Chinese music and musicians.

Zhang Yi has conducted in many arts festivals and major theaters internationally. In 2004, he led the National Symphony Orchestra to participate in the Spring International Arts Festival in Pyongyang, North Korea; and with Cuba Symphony Orchestra, he conducted on the opening of Cuba Arts Festival in 2006; in 2005, 2007 and 2008, he worked with Lanzhou Opera House Symphony Orchestra to present concerts and the opera A Big Dream of Dunhuang in Sydney Opera House, The Golden Hall of Vienna and Palais des Congrès de Paris; in 2008, Zhang Yi toured with the National Ballet of China in Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in London; in 2009, he collaborated with Orchestra Colonne at Opera National de Paris; and in 2010, he performed with Kungliga Operan in Stockholm.

In 2015, Zhang Yi was invited to lead the National Ballet of China Symphony Orchestra to Beaulieu Theater, Saint-Pres Theater and the Palace of Nations in Switzerland. Three concerts were performed to commemorate the 65-year anniversary of Sino-Switzerland diplomatic relations, in which a joint concert on behalf of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council was specially presented to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the United Nations.


Leonidas Kavakos, violin

Leonidas Kavakos is recognised across the world as a violinist and artist of rare quality, known at the highest level for his virtuosity, superb musicianship and the integrity of his playing. He works with the world’s greatest orchestras and is an exclusive artist with Decca Classics.

The three important mentors in his life have been Stelios Kafantaris, Josef Gingold and Ferenc Rados. By the age of 21, Leonidas Kavakos had already won three major competitions, the Sibelius Competition in 1985, and the Paganini and Naumburg competitions in 1988. This success led to him recording the original Sibelius Violin Concerto (1903/4), the first recording of this work in history, and which won Gramophone Concerto of the Year Award in 1991.

Leonidas Kavakos has been announced as the winner of the Léonie Sonning Music Prize 2017. This prestigious prize is Denmark’s highest musical honour and is awarded annually to an internationally recognised composer, instrumentalist, conductor or singer. Previous winners include Leonard Bernstein, Benjamin Britten, Arthur Rubinstein, Yehudi Menuhin, Dmitri Shostakovich, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Mstislav Rostropovich, Pierre Boulez, György Ligeti, Alfred Brendel, Daniel Barenboim and Simon Rattle.

Over the years Kavakos has developed close relationships with a number of orchestras and conductors, incuding the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (Eschenbach/Chailly) Berliner Philharmoniker (Rattle), Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Jansons/Gatti), London Symphony Orchestra (Gergiev/Rattle/Harding), Gewandhausorchester Leipzig (Chailly), Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, and Orchestre de Paris. Kavakos also works closely with the Dresden Staatskapelle, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala and, in the USA, with the Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony and Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestras.

In the 2016/17 season Leonidas Kavakos will be Artist in Residence with the New York Philharmonic. His residency will feature his conducting debut with the orchestra, and three solo appearances including the world premiere of Lera Auerbach’s Violin Concerto No. 3 which will be conducted by Alan Gilbert.

Latterly, Leonidas Kavakos has built a strong profile as a conductor, and has conducted the London Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Wiener Symphoniker (VSO) and Budapest Festival orchestras. This season, he will conduct the Gürzenich Orchester, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Filarmonica Teatro La Fenice, and Houston Symphony.

As an exclusive recording artists with Decca Classics, his first release was Beethoven Violin Sonatas with Enrico Pace (January 2013), which was awarded the ECHO Klassik ‘Instrumentalist of the Year’. This was followed by the Brahms Violin Concerto with the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and Riccardo Chailly (October 2013), and Brahms Violin Sonatas with Yuja Wang(March 2014). He was awarded Gramophone Artist of the Year 2014.

Leonidas Kavakos’ earlier discography encompases recordings for BIS, ECM, and subsequently, for Sony Classical, Mendelssohn Violin Concerto (ECHO Klassik ‘Best Concerto Recording’) and Mozart’s Violin Concertos, conducting and playing with Camerata Salzburg.

Born and brought up in a musical family in Athens and still resident there, Kavakos curates an annual violin and chamber-music masterclass in Athens, attracting violinists and ensembles from all over the world and reflecting his deep commitment to the handing on of musical knowledge and traditions. Part of this tradition is the art of violin- and bow-making, which Kavakos regards as a great mystery and, to this day, an undisclosed secret. He plays the ‘Abergavenny’ Stradivarius violin of 1724 and owns modern violins made by F. Leonhard, S.P. Greiner, E. Haahti and D. Bagué.

This concert features Kavakos’ debut with China Philharmonic Orchestra as well as his very first concerto performance in Beijing.