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导赏7年前的9月25日,中山公园音乐堂,2010年北京国际交响乐演出季开幕音乐会上,在著名指挥家余隆的指挥下,中国爱乐乐团演奏了柴可夫斯基的《曼弗雷德交响曲》。7年后的2017年4月15日,在同一个场地,中国爱乐乐团将再度奏响老柴这首乐曲,不过这一次的指挥家变成了雅切克·卡斯普契克。这位著名的指挥家从艺多年来曾经挥棒柏林爱乐、东京爱乐、维也纳交响乐团、巴黎管弦乐团等数不胜数的世界名团,足迹遍及世界顶级剧院,自2008年开始应邀出任波兰国家广播交响乐团音乐总监。除此以外,老柴的另一部作品D大调小提琴协奏曲也格外引人瞩目,演奏这首乐曲的曾宇谦是一位当红的乐坛新人。他5岁开始练琴,在那之前曾经被幼儿园老师担心是“音盲”。可是上帝证明他是位天才。11岁那年,他获梅纽因青少年小提琴大赛第三名,14岁获萨拉萨蒂大赛首奖,15岁获帕格尼尼小提琴大赛协奏曲最佳演奏奖,成为最年轻的入围者。13岁考上美国柯蒂斯音乐学院。16岁在柴可夫斯基音乐大赛中,成为台湾获此奖第一人。2015年勇夺“第15届柴科夫斯基音乐大赛”银奖,并正式签约环球音乐,成为旗下古典音乐家,台湾奇美博物馆将一把Castelbarco-Tarisio小提琴赞助给曾宇谦。此番,这位小提琴天才少年将用这把古琴奏响D大调小提琴协奏曲,以此向老柴致敬。(张学军,《北京娱乐信报》记者)


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彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:D大调小提琴协奏曲,作品35

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彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:B小调曼弗雷德交响曲,作品58



小提琴:曾宇谦

指挥:雅切克·卡斯普契克


小提琴:曾宇谦

作为一名快速崛起的年轻小提琴家,中国台湾小提琴家曾宇谦因其巨大的艺术潜力建立起国际声誉,他的演奏被广泛赞誉为“优雅,沉着而又技艺精湛”

在近期与萨尔布吕肯广播交响乐团合作完成他在德国的首演之后,乐评人热情地评论他对贝多芬小提琴协奏曲的演绎为“古典般的平衡而又丝毫没有炫技,敏感谨慎不差分毫,带有文化思考的演奏;优雅诙谐,轻松典雅没有距离——堪称典范的表演!”

2015年7月,曾宇谦获得了第十五届柴可夫斯基国际音乐比赛小提琴组的最高荣誉。师从于著名的音乐教育家亚伦‧罗桑和艾达·卡瓦费恩、就读于柯蒂斯音乐学院的曾宇谦在此之前已经是新加坡国际小提琴比赛以及西班牙萨拉萨蒂小提琴比赛两项赛事的一等奖得主。

曾宇谦在国际乐坛的事业发展顺利。在过去的一年里,他与众多世界一流交响乐团合作完成了他的一系列首演,包括伦敦爱乐乐团、慕尼黑爱乐乐团以及2016年秋天的捷克爱乐乐团。在此之前,他合作过的乐团还有费城交响乐团、比利时国家管弦乐团、台北市立交响乐团、台湾爱乐乐团、纳瓦拉交响乐团和比利时瓦隆皇家室内乐团。在柴可夫斯基大赛最后一轮的表演中,他演奏了小提琴曲目文献中的两部最具代表性的杰作——柴可夫斯基和西贝柳斯的小提琴协奏曲,并以此赢得了比赛。

而在比赛的前一个轮次里,由于他在演奏莫扎特第五小提琴协奏曲“土耳其”时展现出的优雅与沉着的风范而备受赞誉,并吸引了指挥大师瓦莱丽·捷杰耶夫的注意。之后在捷杰耶夫的指挥下,他于比赛之后的莫斯科庆典音乐会上与马林斯基交响乐团合作演出了莫扎特的第五小提琴协奏曲“土耳其”。在圣彼得堡的庆典音乐会上他演奏了柴可夫斯基的小提琴协奏曲。此外他还受邀于芬兰米凯利艺术节上演出,与捷杰耶夫再度合作。在2015年11月捷杰耶夫与慕尼黑爱乐乐团台湾巡演中,他与之合作演出了柴可夫斯基和勃拉姆斯的小提琴协奏曲。除此之外他在亚洲,北美及欧洲都举办过独奏音乐会。

他录制的首张专辑包括了三位法国作曲家弗兰克、拉威尔与德彪西的小提琴奏鸣曲,由Fuga Libera唱片公司在2012年出版发行。

曾宇谦于2016年春季毕业于美国柯蒂斯音乐学院,并将在下一个音乐季里继续在美国学习。

2016年夏天,德意志留声机唱片公司与他签订了全新的录音合同。他的第一张独奏唱片于2016年10月在柏林录制,于2017年1月发行。他将紧接着在2017年与管弦乐团录制一张全新的唱片。

他演奏所用的Castelbarco-Tarisio小提琴是由意大利制琴大师朱塞佩·瓜奈利·德·杰苏于1732年间制作的小提琴“ex-Castelbarco-Tarisio”,,由奇美文化基金会慷慨出借。

本场音乐会是他首次与中国爱乐乐团合作。


指挥:雅切克·卡斯普契克

享有盛誉的波兰指挥家雅切克·卡斯普契克从2013-2014音乐季开始担任华沙爱乐乐团音乐与艺术总监。作为波兰最著名的指挥家之一,他此前曾担任过的职位包括了NFM弗洛茨瓦夫爱乐乐团艺术总监、波兰国家广播交响乐团以及波兰国家歌剧院音乐总监等。此外,他还曾在1991至1995年担任北荷兰交响乐团首席指挥与音乐顾问。从2015年1月起,他还担任克拉科夫贝多芬学院管弦乐团音乐总监与首席指挥。

自从他早在1977年就在柏林卡拉扬指挥比赛上获得佳绩开始,雅切克·卡斯普契克已经指挥过世界各地的许多主要乐团,这其中包括柏林爱乐乐团、巴伐利亚广播交响乐团、柏林广播交响乐团、巴黎管弦乐团、维也纳交响乐团、奥斯陆爱乐乐团、斯德哥尔摩爱乐乐团、鹿特丹爱乐乐团与捷克爱乐乐团,此外还有曾与他一起在澳大利亚巡演的欧洲室内乐团等。他还与所有伦敦的交响乐团都合作过,并指挥过全部BBC旗下乐团(包括在BBC逍遥音乐节上的演出),以及皇家苏格兰国立交响乐团以及哈雷管弦乐团。

他在2016-2017音乐季的亮点包括了率领华沙爱乐乐团赴美国进行多达14场音乐会的巡演,其中包括了在纽约爱丽丝·塔利音乐厅以及旧金山戴维斯音乐厅的演出。他还将以客座指挥家的身份与日本读卖交响乐团、芬兰拉蒂交响乐团合作,并首次指挥印度交响乐团。他与中国爱乐乐团、上海交响乐团与广州交响乐团保持亲密合作,并在2017年4月与这三支交响乐团再度合作,曲目包括了席曼诺夫斯基与卢托斯拉夫斯基的作品。

他近期的演出包括了与华沙爱乐乐团在德国与英国的大规模巡演,以及在上个音乐季里赴中国大陆、中国台湾及日本的巡演。他经常在主流夏季音乐节中亮相,如拉罗克昂泰隆音乐节、肖邦音乐节、欧洲音乐节、基辛格夏季音乐节以及卢加诺音乐节等。他最近还率领布拉格广播交响乐团在布拉格之春音乐节上演出,并与特内里费交响乐团以及奥尔堡交响乐团合作。他在2016年4月重返皇家利物浦爱乐乐团,指挥了一套包括了席曼诺夫斯基与勋伯格改编勃拉姆斯弦乐四重奏作品25的音乐会,并立即受邀在2017年10月再度回到利物浦演出。

在歌剧领域,卡斯普契克曾合作过的著名歌剧院包括杜塞尔多夫莱茵河畔德意志歌剧院、巴黎喜歌剧院、里昂歌剧院、波尔多歌剧院、英国国家歌剧院、苏黎世歌剧院以及布宜诺斯艾利斯科隆歌剧院等。他还曾在卢布尔雅那音乐节及拉文纳音乐节以及特拉维夫以色列歌剧院指挥由立陶宛国家歌剧院制作的广受好评的理查·施特劳斯《莎乐美》与瓦格纳《女武神》。

雅切克·卡斯普契克曾录制大量CD唱片,其与NFW弗洛茨瓦夫交响乐团合作录制的卢托斯拉夫斯基第二与第四交响曲的唱片获得了2011年弗雷德里克交响乐与音乐会作品年度唱片大奖。卡斯普契克还与波兰国家歌剧院一起录制的具有里程碑意义的席曼诺夫斯基歌剧《罗杰王》。他与玛莎·阿格里奇定期合作,每年在卢加诺的“玛莎·阿格里奇项目”卢加诺音乐节上演出,两人在2012年共同为EMI录制的莫扎特作品唱片在古典唱片棒高居第二名;此外他们还曾在2010年为EMI录制了一张肖邦作品专辑。

雅切克·卡斯普契克最近荣获了权威的埃尔加奖章,以表彰他曾多次高水准地演奏埃尔加的作品,该奖项此前的得主包括弗拉基米尔·阿什肯纳齐、安德鲁·立顿以及伦纳德·斯拉特金等。2013年10月他在华沙秋季音乐节上指挥了一场全套卢托斯拉夫斯基作品音乐会后,被授予了卢托斯拉夫斯基奖章。

卡斯普契克曾多次与中国爱乐乐团合作,上一次是在2015年6月13日指挥了勃拉姆斯作品专场音乐会。




Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35

Intermission

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Manfred Symphony in B minor, Op. 58


Yu-Chien Tseng, violin

Taiwanese violinist Yu-Chien (Benny) Tseng is rapidly building an international reputation as an emerging young soloist of enormous promise praised for his “grace, poise, and blistering virtuosity.”

Following his recent German debut with the Saarbrücken Radio Orchestra, the critic warmly praised his performance of the Beethoven Violin Concerto: “Classically balanced without showing off; Sensitive, discreet nuances; Highly cultured sound; graceful and playful, relaxed elegance without attitude – Exemplary!”

In July 2015, he received the great honor of winning the top prize for violin at the XV International Tchaikovsky Violin Competition. A student of eminent pedagogues Aaron Rosand and Ida Kavafian at the Curtis Institute of Music, Tseng previously won first prize at both the Singapore International Violin Competition and the Sarasate Violin Competition in Pamplona, Spain. 

Yu-Chien Tseng’s international career is already developing very well; he made a series of major debut orchestral appearances, including with the London Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic and Czech Philharmonic Orchestras in the autumn of 2016. Previously, he has played with such orchestras as the Philadelphia Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Belgium, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan, Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra and the Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie. At the Tchaikovsky Competition, his winning performances in the final round featured two of the violin repertoire’s most iconic concertos, by Tchaikovsky and Sibelius. In an earlier round, he received high praise for the elegance and poise in his rendition of Mozart’s final violin concerto (“Turkish”), attracting the attention of Maestro Valery Gergiev. Tseng performed Mozart’s “Turkish” Concerto at the Competition’s Moscow Gala concert with the Mariinsky Orchestra under Gergiev. At the St. Petersburg Gala, Tseng performed the Tchaikovsky concerto. He was also invited to perform under Gergiev at the maestro’s festival in Mikkeli, Finland and performed both the Tchaikovsky and Brahms concertos with Gergiev and the Munich Philharmonic on their tour of Taiwan in November 2015. He also gives recitals in Asia, America and Europe.

His debut recording (2012) is an album of French violin sonatas (Franck, Ravel and Debussy) on the Fuga Libera Label.

Mr. Tseng graduated from the Curtis Institute in spring 2016, but will continue advanced studies in the USA in the season ahead. 

Deutsche Grammophone signed him to a new contract in the summer of 2016. His first project, a recital disc, is being recorded in Berlin in October 2016 and was released in January 2017. An orchestral recording will follow in 2017.

He plays the Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesu 1732 Ex “Castelbarco-Tarisio,” on loan from the Chi-Mei Culture Foundation, Taiwan. 

This concet features his debut with the China Philharmonic Orchestra.


Jacek Kaspszyk, conductor

The eminent Polish conductor Jacek Kaspszyk has been Music and Artistic Director of the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra since the 2013/14 season. One of Poland’s foremost conductors, he has previously held positions as Artistic Director of the NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic, Music Director of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra and of the Polish National Opera. Further afield, he has been Principal Conductor and Music Advisor of the Nord Nederlands Orkest from 1991 to 1995. Since January 2015 he is also Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Beethoven Academy Orchestra in Krakow.

Since his early success at the Karajan Conducting Competition in Berlin in 1977, Jacek Kaspszyk has conducted many major orchestras throughout the world including Berlin Philharmonic, Bayerischer Rundfunk, RSO Berlin, Orchestra de Paris, Vienna Symphony, the Oslo, Stockholm, Rotterdam and Czech Philharmonics, and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, with whom he toured Australia. He has worked with all the major London orchestras, the BBC Orchestras (including at the BBC Proms), as well as the Royal Scottish National and Hallé Orchestras.

In the 2016/17 season, he takes the Warsaw Philharmonic to the USA for a 14-concert tour including concerts in New York’s Alice Tully Hall and San Francisco’s Davies Hall. His guest conducting includes concerts with Yomiuri Nippon and Lahti Symphony Orchestras as well as his debut with the Symphony Orchestra of India. He enjoys a regular relationship with the China Philharmonic, Shanghai and Guangzhou Symphony Orchestras and will return to China for concerts with all three orchestras in April 2017, in repertoire including works by Szymanowski and Lutoslawski.

Some recent highlights include extensive tours of Germany and the UK with Warsaw Philharmonic. They have also toured China, Taiwan and Japan last season. Kaspszyk regularly appears at major summer Festivals such as La Roque d’Anthéron, Chopin and his Europe, Kissinger Sommer and the Lugano Festival. He has also recently conducted the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra at the Prague Spring Festival, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife as well as the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra. In April 2016, he returned to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, conducting a programme of Szymanowski and Schoenberg’s arrangement of Brahms’ String Quartet op. 25, and has immediately been reinvited to return to Liverpool for October 2017.

In opera, Kaspszyk has worked at renowned opera houses including the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in Düsseldorf, Opéra Comique in Paris, Opéras de Lyon and Bordeaux, English National Opera, Zurich Opera, and Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires. He has also worked with the Lithuanian National Opera, whose acclaimed productions of Strauss’ Salome and Wagner’s Die Walküre he has conducted at festivals in Ljubljana and Ravenna and at the Israeli Opera Tel Aviv. Most recently, he has conducted Szymanowski’s King Roger at the Staatstheater Nürnberg in an acclaimed new production.

Jacek Kaspszyk is widely represented on CD; His recording of Lutoslawski’s Symphonies No 2 & 4 with the NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic received the 2011 Fryderyk award for the category: Album of the Year, Symphonic and Concert Music. Kaspszyk has also made a groundbreaking recording of Szymanowski’s King Roger with Polish National Opera. He enjoys a regular collaboration with Martha Argerich, conducting at the annual Progetto Martha Argerich Festival in Lugano and their Mozart performance on EMI (2012) featured at number 2 in the Classical Charts. The two artists also feature on a 2010 EMI Classics Chopin CD.

Jacek Kaspszyk recently received the prestigious Elgar Medal in recognition of his many fine performances of Elgar's works, joining distinguished colleagues like Vladimir Ashkenazy, Andrew Litton and Leonard Slatkin. Following an all Lutoslawski programme for the Warsaw Autumn Festival in October 2013, he was also awarded the Lutoslawski Medal.