交响音乐会

  • 2017年05月13日 星期六 19:30
  • 购票指南中山公园音乐堂


交响音乐会



费利克斯·门德尔松:“美丽的梅露西娜的传说”音乐会序曲,作品32

费利克斯·门德尔松:E小调小提琴协奏曲,作品64

中场休息

费利克斯·门德尔松:A大调第四交响曲“意大利”,作品90



小提琴:苏千寻

指挥:黄屹

小提琴:苏千寻

苏千寻 (Paloma So)现就读于英国顶级名校威克姆阿贝学校 (Wycombe Abbey School)。苏千寻喜爱文学和艺术,以及网球,游泳和滑雪等户外活动。她四岁起学习钢琴,五岁学习小提琴。

2014年2月,苏千寻与香港管弦乐团演出莫扎特第五小提琴协奏曲,并在2014年5月与福建交响乐团合作同一曲目。2014年11月,她获澳大利亚政府邀请于G20峰会晚宴独奏萨拉萨蒂的«流浪者之歌»,获得各国政要及企业领袖的喝采。2015年3月,苏千寻再次与香港管弦乐团合作演奏布鲁赫第一小提琴协奏曲。2015年7月,与布朗室内乐乐团在德国及瑞士进行巡演。2015年9月在波兰卢布林荣获第十三届维尼亚夫斯基国际青少年小提琴大赛亚军。2015年12月,苏千寻获邀于香港特区政府晚宴以及香港管弦乐团晚宴演出。2016年4月千寻与广州交响乐团在佛山剧院及广州音海音乐厅交响大厅演奏维厄当第五小提琴协奏曲。苏千寻获邀于2016年4月18日在瑞士因特拉肯音乐节与大卫·加瑞特同台演出,4月30日,苏千寻在德国柏林爱乐室内乐厅与恩师查哈·布朗联袂演出肖斯塔科维奇小提琴二重奏,及独奏维尼亚夫斯基“原创主题与变奏曲”。

2016年5月,苏千寻以史上最年少参赛者身份荣获第八届新西伯利亚国际小提琴比赛少年组冠军。2016年11月,苏千寻获邀与柏林交响乐团于柏林爱乐大厅演出布鲁赫第一小提琴协奏曲。2016年 12月31日及2017年1月1日, 苏千寻在广州交响乐团的新年音乐会演出。2017年2月9日,苏千寻在英国皇家节日大厅与马克西姆·文格洛夫合奏纳瓦拉舞曲。2017年5月,苏千寻与中国爱乐在北京中山音乐厅演奏门德尔松小提琴协奏曲,并应邀于7月在西安音乐厅演奏门德尔松小提琴协奏曲。2017年11月,苏千寻将受邀于新加坡滨海艺术中心音乐厅演奏圣桑第三小提琴协奏曲。

本场音乐会是苏千寻首次与中国爱乐乐团合作。


指挥:黄屹

黄屹是当今国际乐坛最受瞩目的青年指挥家之一。现任中国爱乐乐团助理指挥、昆明聂耳交响乐团首任艺术总监。

2006年以优异的成绩考入中央音乐学院指挥系,师从杨力教授。2007年起师从著名指挥家俞峰教授。

2009年,通过世界著名指挥大师小泽征尔先生的亲自选拔,成为其音乐助理。

2010年,以优异的成绩被中央音乐学院指挥系保送免考成为硕士研究生。

2011年以专业第一名考入德国柏林音乐学院(Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler"),师从交响乐教授克里斯蒂安 艾华德(Christian Ehwald),歌剧教授汉斯迪特 鲍姆(Hans-Dieter Baum )学习。

2012年,在第15届北京国际音乐节成功执棒中国爱乐乐团演出歌剧《原野》。

2013年,作为世界著名指挥家克里斯蒂安 蒂勒曼(Christian Thielemann)的助理指挥,参与2013年萨尔茨堡复活节音乐节歌剧《帕西法尔》的排练及演出。

2013年,作为指挥家古斯塔夫 库恩(Gustav Kuhn)的助理指挥,参与排练及演出了第16届北京国际音乐节闭幕音乐会——中国首演的瓦格纳歌剧《帕西法尔》。

2015年,与上海交响乐团在上海夏季音乐节闭幕音乐会中担任《乒乓协奏曲》的世界首演指挥。

曾执棒德国柏林音乐厅管弦乐团、德国法兰克福交响乐团、德国勃兰登堡交响乐团、德国新勃兰登堡交响乐团、小泽征尔音乐塾管弦乐团、韩国釜山爱乐乐团、中国爱乐乐团、上海交响乐团、广州交响乐团、中国歌剧舞剧院交响乐团、杭州爱乐乐团、贵阳交响乐团、陕西爱乐乐团、中国少年交响乐团、昆明聂耳交响乐团、福建交响乐团、澳门青年交响乐团、中国广播电影交响乐团等。

近年来,与歌唱家戴玉强、魏松、莫华伦、张立萍、袁晨野、梁宁、张建一、沈洋、演奏家艾丽森 巴尔松、张昊辰、文薇、王之炅、黄蒙拉、杨雪霏等有过成功合作。




Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Concert Overture “Märchen von der schönen Melusine”, Op. 32

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.64

Intermission

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Symphony No.4 in A major “Italian”, Op. 90


Paloma So, violin

Huang Yi, conductor


Paloma So, violin

Eleven-year-old Paloma So is currently a student at Wycombe Abbey School, Buckinghamshire, UK. She loves literature and the arts, as well as outdoor sports such as tennis, swimming and skiing. Paloma started learning piano at the age of four and violin at five.

In February 2014, Paloma made her debut with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra playing Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5. She performed the same concerto with Fujian Symphony Orchestra in May 2014. Paloma was invited to perform Sarasate’s Gypsy Airs as a soloist in G20 Gala Dinner in Brisbane Australia in November 2014. In March 2015, Paloma collaborated with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra again, performing Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1. In July 2015, she joined Zakhar Bron chamber music tour in Germany and Switzerland. Paloma collaborated with Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, playing Vieuxtemps Violin Concerto No. 5 at Foshan Theatre and Guangzhou Concert Hall in April 2016. The same month, Paloma was invited to perform on the same stage with David Garrett in Interlaken Music Festival, Switzerland as well as performing a duet piece with Prof. Zakhar Bron by Shostakovich and a solo Wieniawski Variations on an Original Theme in Berlin Philharmonie.

Paloma won the second prize at the prestigious 13th International Wieniawski Competition for Young Violinists in Lublin in September 2015, and the first prize at Novosibirsk Violin Competition in May 2016. After the competition she was invited to perform at the Interlaken Music Festival in 2016. Paloma played Bruch Violin Concerto with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra at the Berlin Philharmonie in November 2016.  She was also invited to perform with the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra again at their Chinese New Year Concert on 31 December and 1 January 2017.  Together with Maxim Vengerov, Paloma played Navarra with the London Symphony Orchestra at the London Royal Festival Hall on 9 February 2017.  She will perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in May 2017 with China Philharmonic Orchestra in the Beijing Forbidden City Concert Hall, and Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in Xian Concert Hall in July 2017.   Paloma is also invited to perform Saint Saens Violin Concerto No. 3 in Singapore Esplanade Theatres Concert Hall in November 2017.

This concert feature’s her debut with the China Philharmonic Orchestra.


Huang Yi, conductor

Mr. Huang Yi is an extraordinary young Chinese conductor. He is currently assistant conductor of China Philharmonic Orchestra, and the first artistic director of Kunming Nie’er Symphony Orchestra. 

Mr. Huang was admitted into the Faculty of Conducting of China’s Central Conservatory of Music (CCM) with excellent academic scores in 2006, under the instruction of Professor Yang Li. From 2007 on, Mr. Huang has been instructed by noted conductor Professor Yu Feng.

In 2009, he was handpicked by the world renowned conductor Seiji Ozawa as his music assistant.

In 2010, Mr. Huang proudly became a recommended student for the Postgraduate Program of the Conservatory with an authorized waiver of the Entrance Exam.

In 2011, he admitted to Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin in first class for master study majored in conducting, following Professor Christian Ehwald and Professor Hans-Dieter Baum.

In 2012, conducting China Philharmonic Orchestra at the 15th Beijing Music Festival's new production of the Chinese Opera “The Savage Land.”

In 2013, as assistant conductor at the 16th Beijing Music Festival co-production with Salzburg Easter Festival of the “Parsifal”.

In 2015, he conducted Ping Pang Concerto with Shanghai Symphony Orchestra in the closing ceremony of Shanghai MISA.

Mr. Huang has conducted Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra, Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra, New Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa Ongaku-Juku Symphony Orchestra, Busan Philharmonic Orchestra of Korea, China Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, China Song and Dance Troupe Symphony Orchestra. Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra, Guiyang Symphony Orchestra, Shaanxi Philharmonic Orchestra, Fujian Symphony Orchestra, Macao Youth Symphony Orchestra, China Juvenile Symphony Orchestra, Kunming Nier Symphony Orchestra, China Film Symphony Orchestra, etc.

Recently, Mr. Huang has collaborated with the famous Chinese tenors Yuqiang dai, Song Wei, Warren Mok, Jianyi Zhang;  soprano Liping Zhang; baritone Chenyan Yuan, mezzo-soprano Ning Liang, bass-baritone Shen Yang, pianist Haochen Zhang; trumpet soloist Alison Balsom; Violinist Mengla Huang, Zhi-Jong Wang, Wei Wen and guitarist Xuefei Yang.