朱宗庆打击乐团的敲击之夜

  • 2018年11月23日 星期五 19:30
  • 购票指南中山公园音乐堂

导赏协奏曲体裁自十六世纪出现、发展至今,历经演变、进化,有不计其数优秀的作曲家和演奏家投身其中,为器乐协奏曲开创出一片多采多姿的繁华天地。在古典乐的领域里,打击乐属于新兴乐种,但却不断累积形态新创的曲目,创造出蓬勃的景象。其中,打击乐协奏曲的创作和演出,即是追求突破的一个重要途径。

本次由中国爱乐乐团与朱宗庆打击乐团携手合作,为爱乐者建构整场演出打击乐协奏曲的音乐会,实属难得的壮举,放眼当今世界,此等演出内容亦属罕见。打击乐与交响乐透过协奏曲的模式,融合了不同的音乐表现风格与演奏型态,势必将为两者的合作,展开相互加乘的新局面!

音乐会全场共将演出三首分量十足的大型打击乐重奏协奏曲,包括两首由国际名家为打击乐所创作、广受欢迎的作品,以及由台湾作曲家李哲艺受为本场演出量身打造的创作。每首曲目都将运用不同的打击乐器组合,与交响乐团激荡出音乐表现的丰富可能性。

上半场,在交响乐团演出序曲后,首先将演出著名打击乐家暨作曲家日夫科维奇(NebojšaJovanŽivković)于2013年所创作的击乐二重奏协奏曲作品《痴迷》(Obsesiones)。本曲以西班牙文命名,是一首达20分钟的长篇乐曲,透过打击乐器的声音和音乐,探讨两个相爱的人之间,样貌多变的相处模式。打击乐器生命力十足,能创造超过百种声音,最适合用来将人类情感及浓烈情欲,幻化为高潮迭起的声波。

下半场,先是演出台湾作曲家李哲艺所创作的《六六大顺〉。此曲乃是写给六位打击乐演奏家与管弦乐团的协奏曲,当中,每位打击乐演奏者皆须演奏六项打击乐器,故取名为《六六大顺》。在配器与每位音乐家的搭配上,本首乐曲极具挑战性,而充满喜庆意味的曲名,则是作曲家祝福朱宗庆打击乐团成立三十二年的献礼。

最后,两团将共同演绎加拿大作曲家杰尔夫列普(JanJarvlepp)于1996年所创作的五重奏协奏曲《破铜烂铁》(GarbageConcerto),以飨爱乐者。《破铜烂铁》由五位独奏者利用金属罐、玻璃瓶子、塑料瓶等日常生活中被人丢弃的破铜烂铁来演奏,富含创意、趣味十足。

中国爱乐乐团与朱宗庆打击乐团以精湛的演奏技巧,连手奏出精致细腻的动人乐章,展现出打击乐协奏曲的独特魅力和丰富潜能。本次音乐会对于两个乐团而言,不仅仅是一次演出,更是对音乐艺术底蕴更深层次的接触与尝试。(朱宗庆,朱宗庆打击乐团团长)

朱宗庆打击乐团的敲击之夜

A Night with Ju Percussion Group



陈其钢:京剧瞬间

内博伊沙·约万·日夫科维奇:打击乐二重协奏曲《痴迷》,作品38

李哲艺:打击乐六重协奏曲《六六大顺》 (委约创作)

扬·杰尔夫列普:《破铜烂铁》,为回收垃圾与管弦乐团所作的协奏曲



朱宗庆打击乐团

指挥:夏小汤


朱宗庆打击乐团

台湾为家,世界为舞台,朱宗庆打击乐团以「moving on」的精神,以「传统与现代融合,西方与本土并进」形塑特色,至今乐团足迹遍及全球31个国家及地区,演出超过3,000场次,委托创作曲目230首,并透过教学系统培育出超过13万的学习人口。

1986年在台北一家火锅店,朱宗庆打击乐团以围炉象征团结,宣告台湾第一支职业打击乐团成立。1991年朱宗庆打击乐教学系统诞生,带动活泼且原创的音乐教学方式,目前在台湾拥有25个教学中心,全球共有30家教学中心。1993年乐团创办台湾国际打击乐节(TIPC),台湾击乐正式与国际接轨,并为台湾作为世界打击乐的发展重镇,奠下重要里程碑。延续TIPC「台湾走出去、世界走进来的」精神,1999年创办台北国际打击乐夏令营(TIPSC),每年邀请国际级演奏家来台亲自授课,佳惠年轻学子。2017年,首届台湾国际打击乐节大赛(TIPCC)与第九届TIPC同时举行,以世界级击乐平台的规格,挖掘顶尖乐坛新秀。

2009年,艺术总监朱宗庆获得国际打击乐艺术协会(Percussive Arts Society,PAS)颁授「终身教育成就奖」,以表扬他对打击乐艺术的贡献;2016年,朱宗庆获选PAS名人堂,为华人世界首位获此殊荣的第一人。

朱宗庆打击乐团成军时,台湾民众对于打击乐甚为陌生,乐团以超倍速的步伐,敲响各大城镇,使打击乐从冷背变热门。乐团一方面往下扎根开发潜在观众,另一方面也努力与跨界艺术合作,挖掘击乐潜能。为打造乐团多面向的风格,朱宗庆打击乐团每年透过大型演出与全新制作,来展现创意、承袭经典、遵习传统、融汇东西。因此,团员熟稔西方击乐之余,还得学习京剧锣鼓、醒狮锣鼓、南北管音乐等东方击乐元素,而发表、首演新作,也成为乐团音乐会的另一特色,不但是少数设有驻团作曲家的艺术团体,更每年委托国内外创作,累积现代的声音。

从台湾出发,向世界发声,朱宗庆打击乐团曾受邀参与法国巴黎夏日艺术节、匈牙利布达佩斯春季艺术节、日本世界博览会、俄国莫斯科契诃夫国际剧场艺术节,也曾在美国华府双橡园演奏。此外,乐团长期扮演两岸文化交流的角色,多次赴中国大陆西安、北京、上海、广州、厦门、南京、杭州等地演出。

自2013年起,朱宗庆打击乐团连续获选为文化部「台湾品牌团队」,2014年展开欧洲巡演,赴奥地利、德国、匈牙利三国四地举办音乐会,并首登维也纳音乐厅演出;2016年适逢成立三十周年,乐团登上比利时布鲁塞尔、荷兰阿姆斯特丹、德国柏林、英国伦敦四个世界知名的场馆舞台演出,再度征服欧洲艺术殿堂,让世界听见台湾。2017年,乐团第三度受邀赴莫斯科参与契诃夫国际剧场艺术节,演出击乐剧场《木兰》,为艺术节指定的重点节目,不但受到海内外重要媒体高度瞩目,并成功跨越文化藩篱,引发俄罗斯观众深度共鸣。

朱宗庆打击乐团成立至今开枝散叶,是台湾现代打击乐发展的重要推手:「朱宗庆打击乐团2」以年轻创意为诉求,担纲儿童音乐会演出,每年固定于台湾各县市以及中国大陆各城市巡演;「跃动打击乐团」为培育明日之星的摇篮,担任校园巡回的任务;「杰优青少年打击乐团」为着重生活与推广的学生社团,至今全国逾100余团,由朱宗庆打击乐团团员搭配专任讲师担任各乐团的教学指导,并成立由杰优青少年打击乐团专任讲师所组成的「JUT打击乐团-杰优教师打击乐团」,教学相长、不断精进。

走过逾三十个年头,朱宗庆打击乐团怀着始终如一的热情、未曾稍歇的步伐,开展一趟更精致、更深刻、更宽广的旅程。迈入新阶段,乐团将持续以全年度的精彩展演,具体呈现多年来努力累积、淬炼的成果,与乐迷分享生生不息的击致感动。


指挥:夏小汤

1981年5月25日出生于北京,自幼学习钢琴,11岁考入中央民族大学音乐学院附中,主修钢琴。曾先后从师于赵屏国教授和石叔诚教授。16岁考入中央音乐学院指挥系,跟随著名指挥家俞峰教授学习交响乐队指挥。学习期间,连续五年获得学校的各项奖学金。2001年被评为北京市三好学生。2002年被学校保送为研究生,继续跟随俞峰教授学习交响乐队指挥。2005年9月毕业于中央音乐学院指挥系并留校担任教学工作,任指挥系主科老师和中国青年交响乐团常任指挥,成为中央音乐学院最年轻的主科老师。

在校期间,多次与作曲系合作,指挥、排练新作品的首演,并参加了炎黄杯获奖作品音乐会、中韩现代音乐节及北京国际现代音乐节的演出,凭借良好的指挥技术和对现代音乐的准确理解获得了作曲系师生的高度赞誉。2003年底带领中国青年交响乐团在珠海演出,反响十分热烈。2005年开始连续带领中国青年交响乐团在北京各个高校举行几十场音乐会,反响十分热烈。2006年荣获第二届全国指挥比赛第一名。

他近年来不断应邀指挥国内各大职业乐团。2005年指挥深圳交响乐团演出第一届中国作曲博士作品音乐会大获成功,受到了在场十几位专家的一致称赞。2005年同深圳交响乐团合作第一届中国作曲博士作品音乐会,所有作品均为首演,获得空前成功,赢得了在场几十位音乐家和终身教授们的广泛赞誉、2006年带领中国青年交响乐团录制并出版发行了马思聪先生的《大提琴协奏曲》、《小提琴协奏曲》、《双小提琴协奏曲》。年底CCTV电视台又录制了夏小汤指挥的肖斯塔科维奇《第十交响乐》。2007年再次执棒深圳交响乐团成功举行了第三届中国作曲博士作品音乐会。之后开始长期与中国爱乐乐团合作,成功的在全国进行了多次巡回演出,同时和Akiko Suwanai一起在北京和广州演出柴可夫斯基《D大调小提琴协奏曲》。2008年指挥中国爱乐乐团在北京大学演讲并讲解德沃夏克《第八交响乐》赢得了全场观众的热烈喝彩。2009年指挥中国爱乐乐团和广州交响乐团在国内首演了André Jolivet的作品。2007年又成功地指挥演出了第三届中国作曲博士作品音乐会。同年开始兼任中国爱乐乐团助理指挥一职,指挥了多场高水平的音乐会,受到了主流媒体的广泛称赞。还曾经与深圳交响乐团、 天津歌剧舞剧院、山东交响乐团、中央歌剧院、北京交响乐团、昆明交响乐团、上海爱乐乐团、广州交响乐团等职业乐团合作过,担任了大量的排练、演出、录音等工作,他以准确、严谨、精练、激情的指挥风格在各大职业乐团广受好评。



Qigang Chen: Instants d'un opéra de Pékin

Nebojša Jovan Živković: “Obsesiones”, Concerto for Two Percussionists and Orchestra, Op.38

Che-Yi Lee: "Double Six Fantasy", for Six Percussionists and Orchestra (Commissioned)

Jan Järvlepp: "Garbage Concerto", Concerto for Recycled Garbage and Orchestra



Ju Percussion Group

Xia Xiaotang, conductor


Ju Percussion Group

Rooted in Taiwan and shining on the world stage, the Ju Percussion Group has continued to maintain its "Moving On" spirit and unique approach to "Blending tradition and modern, balancing East and West." To date, the group has played in 31 different countries around the world, and cultivated more than 130,000 percussion learners by means of its instruction system. The growth of the Ju Percussion Group is a reflection of the development of contemporary percussion on the island of Taiwan.

In 1986, the Ju Percussion Group met at a hot pot restaurant in Taipei and announced to the world that Taiwan's very first professional percussion band had been born. When the Ju Percussion Group was first established, most people in Taiwan were unfamiliar with its percussion music genre. Thanks to the group's activities, however, the Ju Percussion Group soon became a household name throughout the island. In 1991, the Ju Percussion Group introduced its instruction system, which swept the country with its absorbing and authentic teaching format. At present, there are 30 existing percussion music schools around the world.

To lend its performances further variety, the Ju Percussion Group holds three grand concerts every year, and these events serve to demonstrate its creativity, showcase its inherited cultural legacy, and fuse Western and Asian culture. Apart from its concert performances, another feature of the group is its composition of original musical pieces. The Ju Percussion Group is one of the few ensembles with its own exclusive composers, and the group has commissioned the creation of as many as 228 pieces. It invests massive resources in domestic and overseas creation to develop and treasure the voice of this era.

Meanwhile, the Ju Percussion Group is widely recognized and has been invited to various international events such as the "Quartier D'ete, Paris," "Budapest Spring Festival, Hungary," "2005 World Exposition, Japan," and "Chekhov International Theatre Festival, Moscow, Russia." The group has also performed in Washington D.C., and has served as a cross-Strait cultural ambassador by performing in such different parts of China as Xian, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Nanjing, and Hangzhou.

Since 2013, the Ju Percussion Group has been chosen as a "Taiwan Brand Performing Arts Group". In 2014, the Ju Percussion Group conducted a European tour in Linz, Vienna, Germany, and Hungary, and also performed in the Wiener Konzerthaus for the first time. Throughout this tour, the group received enthusiastic responses from audiences and favorable comments from critics. The unique professional performances of the Ju Percussion Group have successfully captured the heights of the performing arts world and let the world hear the sound of Taiwan.

Based on the vision of bringing the world to Taiwan, and taking Taiwan to the world, JPG has hosted the triennial Taiwan International Percussion Convention (TIPC) since 1993. Over the past two-plus decades, the successful events which were supported by world-renowned percussion ensembles and musicians, the TIPC has become an important venue exploring global percussion trends. To further the spirit of the TIPC, the Taipei International Percussion Summer Camp (TIPSC) was held every year since 1999. And in 2017, the first Taiwan International Percussion Convention Competition (TIPCC) was held in conjunction with the 9th TIPC.

In 2016, the founder and artistic director of the Ju Percussion Group, Mr. Ju Tzong-Ching, has been inducted by the Percussive Arts Society (PAS) into its Hall of Fame, which is considered the highest honor, representing the international percussion world’s recognition of Taiwan’s achievements in the development of percussion music.

The Ju Percussion Group has grown and developed since its establishment. In recognition of the creativity of youth, the Ju Percussion Group 2 devotes itself to holding concerts for children. The Jumping Percussion Group performs at schools in order to foster the development of future performing talent. The Juvenile Percussion Ensemble recruits learners primarily from the group's instruction system. Both of these groups display the vitality of percussion music among the younger generations in Taiwan. To date, the Juvenile Percussion Ensemble has established 100 groups throughout Taiwan, and the groups are instructed by members of Ju Percussion Group and members of the JUT percussion instructors' group.


Xia Xiaotang, conductor

Xia Xiaotang is one of the leading figures in China’s music scenario. He currently serves as Associate Professor at China Central Conservatory of Music, and holds many distinguished posts such as Chief Conductor of China Youth Symphony Orchestra and Principle Conductor of the China Philharmonic Orchestra. A multi prize winner, he received the Golden Prize at China International Conducting Competition in 2006, and his long collaboration with the Chine Philharmonic Orchestra started from the year after. He has also worked with many orchestras of international fame such as Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, China National Symphony Orchestra, Besançon Symphony Orchestra, hr-Sinfonieorchester Frankfurt, Orchestra of Oper Frankfurt, Cadaques Orchestra, Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of the Music Academy of Seoul, Korea, the Symphony Orchestra of America, San Francisco Baroque Orchestra, Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra, China National Opera House, Beijing Symphony Orchestra, Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra and Guiyang Symphony Orchestra.

He has cooperated with numerous nationally and internationally famous performers and composers, including Tan Dun, Krzysztof Penderecki, Jian Wang, Lang Lang, Sun Xiuwei, Alain Lefèvre, Akiko Suwanai, Yuja Wang, David Fray, Khatia Buniatishvili, Nelson Freire, Anne-Akiko Myers, Emmanuel Pahud, Xue Wei, Lü Siqing, Ye Xiaogang, Guo Wenjing and Tang Jianping. His discography included Beethoven’s Symphonies No.5 and No.7 as well as Shostakovich’s Symphony No.10, all with the China Philharmonic Orchestra. He has also recorded Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn with baritone Yuan Chenye, Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No.3 with Yuja Wang, Concierto de Aranjuez with Xuefei Yang, the Yellow River Cantata with Pu Cunxin, Liao Changyong, Wang Xiufen and Zhang Jianyi. Warmly welcomed among Chinese singers, he is invited to work with celebrated ones such as Song Zuying, Dong Wenhua, Zhang Ye, Yan Weiwen, Jiang Dawei, Tong Tiexin, Wu Bixia and Lü Jihong, just to name a few. He collaborates frequently with “China’s 3 Tenors”, an ensemble formed by Dai Yuqiang, Wei Song and Warren Mok. Xia conducts more than 50 concerts annually worldwide. He is seen on numerous performances of “Cultures of China, Festival of Spring” hosted by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council in many international cities with significant amount of Chinese residence. His concert tour with celebrated singer Song Zuying across the east and west coasts of the United States was enthusiastically welcomed. In 2015 he led the China Philharmonic Orchestra a stunning concert tour of Central Asia, Western Asia and Europe. He further toured with China Philharmonic Orchestra in 2016 by giving concerts in Southeast and Soush Asian countries. His precise and delicate style of conducting contemporary music won him praise from distinguished composers, such as Tan Dun (Water Music and Paper Music), Qigang Chen (“Yuan” and Instants d'un Opera de Pekin) and Krzysztof Penderecki (Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima). He has also worked with pop stars including Jay Chou, John Legend, Zhang Liangying, Sun Nan, Chris Botti, Phoenix Legend and Yang Kun.

Xia Xiaotang is currently serving as the General Music Director of the "Triple Senior" Symphony Orchestra. "Triple Senior" Symphony Orchestra is consisted of senior national cadres (Ministers and above), senior military officers (Major Generals and above), senior professors (tenured professors and full professors). In the performance in December 2012 at the National Center for the Performing Arts, many national leaders and over a hundred ambassadors attended and spoke highly of the conductor. The concert went unprecedentedly successful. Now Xia Xiaotang is leading the "Triple Senior" (now renamed as Starry Sky Symphony Orchestra), vigorously promoting and disseminating classical music in China, and actively promoting "Musicalizing China". 

As the principal conductor of China Youth Symphony Orchestra, Xia Xiaotang has been committed to the building and developing the orchestra, leading the orchestra in hundreds of concerts in cities both domestically and internationally, touring Europe in numerous times. In 2008, the orchestra performed Richard Strauss's "Don Juan" and Rachmaninoff's Symphony No.2 in Seoul, winning warm tears from the audience with their passionate and profound musical performance. In the past years have Xia led the orchestra to London, Vienna, Berlin, Geneva and Krakow, just to name a few. In recent years, they have performed in National Centre for the Performing Arts Mahler's "First Symphony," "Fifth Symphony", Beethoven's "Fifth Symphony", "Ninth Symphony," Berlioz’s “Symphonie Fantastique", Richard Strauss’ “Till Eulenspiegel" and " Ein Heldenleben ", Debussy ‘s “La Mer” and other large-scale symphonic works, with rigorous, accurate, passionate, and unrestrained conducting style. Every show left many wonderful moments of extraordinary excitement, widely praised by musicians. Many mainstream media have reported him, calling him "highly gifted conductor", "every cell of his is conducting music", "a conductor expressing music with soul songs", "his gestures have clearly explained the full content of the music", as well as "a conductor for perfectly enjoying music and vision".