交响音乐会

  • 2018年11月30日 星期五 19:30
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导赏2010年,中国爱乐乐团与指挥家奥斯莫·范斯卡首度携手,迄今双方的美好友谊已经保持了八年,2018年11月30日,他将再度站在中国爱乐乐团的指挥台上,携手小提琴家王敬,为观众带来莫扎特、科恩戈尔德和科普兰的经典作品。今年,奥斯莫·范斯卡与明尼苏达交响乐团共同录制的马勒《第五交响曲》获得格莱美最佳管弦乐演奏奖,足可见范斯卡在美国乐团的崇高声望。

在现代语境下,“神童”除了意味着天才的褒义含义,还往往多了些“伤仲永”式惋惜意味。但音乐史上,对于奥地利作曲家莫扎特的“音乐神童”评价,则饱含着人们对于这位伟大作曲家的全部敬意。其中,歌剧《唐璜》就是一部音乐才思四溢、极具天才灵性的伟大作品,甚至有“莫扎特在作品首演前24小时才创作完成其中序曲”的传奇故事相伴。11月30日,这首序曲将在音乐会上与观众见面,唐·璜的玩世不恭用短短几个乐句就活灵活现,这素描般准确的音乐语言令人着迷。

很多观众都有一个疑问,古典音乐历经20世纪初文艺流变的革命,走向了哪里?其实当晚音乐会上科恩戈尔德的作品可以视作一个权威答案。1934年后,流亡美国的科恩戈尔德以电影音乐作曲家闻名,但这之前他曾由作曲家马勒介绍在策姆林斯基门下学习。在这场音乐会上,观众将听到他创作的《D大调小提琴协奏曲》,对小提琴协奏曲作品有所衷爱的观众们不妨将这部作品与柴科夫斯基、勃拉姆斯等作曲家的经典作品进行对比,或许浪漫主义在20世纪的余韵在这种对比下,也会散发别样的芬芳。同样发生在20世纪,1944年夏至1946年,美国作曲家阿伦·科普兰潜心创作,其成果便是《第三交响曲》。这首作品中,科普兰全力寻找着管弦乐团的音响潜力,在这种探索下,一部宏大的交响曲应运而生。此外,科普兰被奉为第一位创作出美国本土风格的作曲家,观众不妨在这部交响曲中寻找一下像可口可乐一样纯正的美国味道。(孙海杰,乐评人)

交响音乐会

Symphonic Concert



沃尔夫冈·阿玛迪乌斯·莫扎特:《唐璜》序曲,作品K.527

埃里希·沃尔夫冈·科恩戈尔德:D大调小提琴协奏曲,作品35

阿伦·科普兰:第三交响曲



小提琴:王敬

指挥:奥斯莫·范斯卡


小提琴:王敬

备受赞誉的加拿大籍小提琴家王敬,是当代最多才多艺及活力充沛的小提琴家之一。他六岁于法国马赛作个人独奏首演后,于多项顶尖国际大赛获得殊荣,其中包括于2007年欧文克莱恩国际弦乐赛获得首奖。2003年,他获Les Radios Francophones Publiques(涵盖法国、加拿大、瑞士及比利时的广播联网)选为「年度年轻独奏家」。

王敬以独奏者身份随各大乐团于欧洲及北美演奏,曾合作的乐团包括捷克广播爱乐乐团、莫斯科交响乐团、洛林国家乐团、皮卡地交响乐团、蒙特利尔大都会管弦乐团及蒙特利尔交响乐团。他曾在梅塔大师指挥下,与上海交响乐团合作;11月他即将在范斯克大师执棒下,与中国爱乐同台。他又曾与多位名指挥合作,如迪普斯、弗洛、塔密、拉孔、雷辛约、曼森等。

王敬曾于各大主要表演场地,如位于渥太华的国家艺术中心及林肯中心演出室乐及独奏音乐会,获得击节赞赏。他演奏的乐韵可经常于加拿大CBC广播电台收听。王敬亦是德萨斯州达拉斯室乐系列 Ensemble 75 的创办人之一。

2013年王敬出任香港管弦乐团的乐团首席前,曾任达拉斯歌剧院乐团的乐团首席三年。他演奏的小提琴为瓜达尼尼(G.B. Guadagnini)于1760年所制,由刘元生慈善基金安排借出。


指挥:奥斯莫·范斯卡

奥斯莫·范斯卡已经担任明尼苏达管弦乐团的音乐总监十五年之久,他率领这支乐团五次举行大规模的欧洲巡演,此外还在2015年5月应古巴文化部的邀请率团历史性地访问古巴,明尼苏达管弦乐团由此成为美国与古巴两国宣布重建外交关系后首支访问古巴的美国乐团。2018年他率领明尼苏达管弦乐团重返BBC逍遥音乐节,演奏伯恩斯坦、格什温与艾夫斯的作品,此后率领乐团在南非的五座城市举行巡演,该巡演是全世界范围内纪念内尔森·曼德拉百年诞辰系列活动的一部分。乐团也因此成为有史以来首支造访南非的美国乐团,两国音乐家们共同用音乐的语言表达和平、自由与和解。

在担任明尼苏达管弦乐团音乐总监期间,他率领乐团录制了17张唱片,其中他们录制的西贝柳斯作品专辑荣获2014年格莱美“最佳管弦乐演奏”奖,马勒第五交响曲专辑获2018年同一奖项提名。此外,他创办并指挥每年的“未来古典”音乐会,并在明尼阿波利斯以及其它城市发起了许多教育与拓展计划。

作为广受欢迎的客座指挥家,范斯卡将在2018-2019音乐季重返芝加哥交响乐团、新世界交响乐团以及首尔爱乐乐团等,此外将在中国与上海交响乐团、中国爱乐乐团、杭州爱乐乐团、香港管弦乐团合作。在欧洲,他将再次携手赫尔辛基爱乐乐团演出,还将指挥柏林德意志交响乐团、荷兰广播爱乐乐团、伦敦爱乐乐团与冰岛爱乐乐团等。

在上个音乐季里,范斯卡首次与柏林广播交响乐团、西南德广播交响乐团、多伦敦交响乐团与台湾NTSO交响乐团合作,并重返巴黎管弦乐团、旧金山交响乐团、匹兹堡交响乐团、首尔爱乐乐团与赫尔辛基爱乐乐团的舞台。在明尼苏达,他指挥了宗教改革500周年音乐会,芬兰建国百年音乐会,明尼苏达公里广播50周年音乐会以及明尼苏达管弦乐团作曲家学院15周年音乐会等,此后还首演了姐夫·比尔、塞巴斯蒂安·库里尔以及詹姆斯·史蒂芬森等作曲家的作品。

范斯卡曾在美国与国家交响乐团、克里夫兰管弦乐、费城交响乐团以及洛杉矶爱乐乐团合作过,在欧洲则指挥过伦敦交响乐团、伯明翰城市交响乐团、维也纳交响乐团以及里昂国立管弦乐团、瑞士罗曼德管弦乐团(他曾率该团在欧洲、中国与印度巡演),在亚洲指挥过以色列爱乐乐团以及读卖日本交响乐团等。

除了担任明尼苏达管弦乐团的音乐总监之外,他还从2014年起担任冰岛交响乐团的首席客座指挥,此前他在1993至1996年担任该团首席指挥。如今他是拉蒂交响乐团的桂冠指挥(他曾担任过该团音乐总监),同时还担任苏格兰格拉斯哥的BBC苏格兰交响乐团首席指挥。

作为杰出的录音艺术家,他主要为BIS唱片公司录音,最近的唱片包括了与明尼苏达管弦乐团合作的马勒第五与第六交响曲,此后还将继续录制马勒第二交响曲,延续他的马勒全集计划。他与明尼苏达管弦乐团合作录制了贝多芬与西贝柳斯的全部交响曲,同样是与BIS唱片公司合作,获得了世界各地的如潮好评。他与叶甫根尼·苏德宾合作录制的贝多芬钢琴协奏曲也在世界各地广受赞誉,并获得格莱美与《留声机》杂志大奖的提名。

范斯卡在芬兰西贝柳斯音乐学院学习指挥,在1982年摘得贝桑松指挥比赛冠军。他的职业生涯从演奏单簧管开始,曾担任过赫尔辛基爱乐乐团的联合单簧管首席。近年来他又开始重新演奏这件乐器,经常在室内乐音乐会上演奏,还在2012年录制了卡莱维·阿霍的室内乐作品。

范斯卡是皇家爱乐协会奖、芬兰颂基金会艺术与文学奖、2010年哥伦比亚大学迪特森奖的获奖者。他曾获得格拉斯哥大学与明尼苏达大学颁发的荣誉博士学位,并被《音乐美国人》杂志授予2005年年度指挥家称号。2013年他获得德国唱片评论家协会办法的年度大奖,以表彰他在BIS录制的全部西贝柳斯作品录音中所作的贡献。

范斯卡上一次与中国爱乐乐团合作是在2012年12月16日,他指挥了肖斯塔科维奇与普罗科菲耶夫的作品。



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Overture to Don Giovanni, K.527

Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Violin Concerto in D major, Op.35

Aaron Copland: Sympony No.3



Jing Wang, violin

Osmo Vänskä, conductor


Jing Wang, violin

Critically acclaimed Canadian violinist Jing Wang is one of the most versatile and dynamic violinists of his generation. Since his solo recital debut in Marseilles, France at the age of six, Wang has garnered prizes in top international competitions, including the first prize at the 2007 Irving M. Klein International Strings Competition. In 2003, Wang was awarded the "Young Soloist of the Year" by Les Radios Francophones Publiques, a broadcast network of four countries including France, Canada, Switzerland, and Belgium. As a part of the award, Wang’s first CD album including works by Beethoven, Ravel and Gershwin was released in Europe.

Wang has appeared as a soloist with major orchestras in Europe and North America, including Czech Radio Philharmonic, the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, l'Orchestre National de Lorraine, l’Orchestre de Picardie, the Metropolitan Orchestra of Montreal, and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. He has played with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Zubin Mehta and in November will perform with China Philharmonic under Maestro Osmo Vanska. He has collaborated with renowned conductors such as James DePreist, Claus Peter Flor, Yoav Talmi, Jacques Lacombe, Joseph Rescigno and Anne Manson.

Wang’s chamber music performances and solo recitals at major venues, such as National Arts Centre in Ottawa, and Lincoln Center, received critical acclaim and his performances are heard frequently on CBC Radio-Canada. Additionally, Wang is one of the founding members of Ensemble75, a chamber music series based in Dallas, Texas.

Under Maestro Graeme Jenkins, Wang was the Concertmaster of the Dallas Opera from 2010-2013. He previously served as guest Concertmaster for the Kansas City Symphony under Maestro Michael Stern and the San Antonio Symphony under Maestro Sebastian Lang-Lessing. Appointed by Maestro Jaap van Zweden, Wang is currently Concermaster of the Hong Kong Philharmonic since 2013. He plays a 1760 G.B. Guadagnini violin, a loan arranged by the Y. S. Liu Foundation.


Osmo Vänskä, conductor

Music Director of the Minnesota Orchestra for 15 years, Osmo Vänskä has led the Orchestra on five major European tours, as well as an historic trip to Cuba in May 2015, at the invitation of the Cuban Ministry of Culture – the first visit by an American orchestra since the two countries announced steps to re-establish diplomatic relations. In 2018 he returned with the orchestra to the BBC Proms performing works by Bernstein, Gershwin and Ives before embarking on a five-city tour to South Africa as part of the world-wide celebration of Nelson Mandela’s Centenary. The tour, which marked the first by an American orchestra to the country, drew together South African and American performers featuring musical expressions of peace, freedom and reconciliation.

Other key highlights of his tenure with the Minnesota Orchestra include 17 album recordings (winning a Grammy Award in 2014 for ‘Best Orchestral Performance’ for their second Sibelius album and being nominated in 2018 with the recording of Mahler’s Symphony No.5), initiating and conducting the annual Future Classics concert, and various educational and outreach projects, in Minneapolis and other cities.

In great demand as a guest conductor, 2018/19 includes re-invitations to the Chicago and New World symphony and Seoul Philharmonic orchestras, and a return to China to work with Shanghai Symphony, and China, Hangzhou and Hong Kong philharmonic orchestras. In Europe he makes one of his regular appearances with Helsinki Philharmonic and conducts the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, London Philharmonic and Iceland Symphony orchestras.

Last season Vänskä made his debuts with Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, SWR Sinfonieorchester, Toronto and National Taiwan symphony orchestras, and returned to Orchestre de Paris, San Francisco and Pittsburgh symphony, and Seoul and Helsinki philharmonic orchestras. In Minnesota he led concerts marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Finland’s centennial, the 50th anniversary of Minnesota Public Radio and 15th anniversary of the Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute – while also presenting world premieres of music by Jeff Beal, Sebastian Currier and James Stephenson.

Previously, he worked in the US with National Symphony, The Cleveland, Philadelphia and Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestras; in Europe with London, City of Birmingham and Vienna symphony orchestras, as well as Orchestre National de Lyon and Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (including a tour to Europe, China and India); and in Asia with Israel Philharmonic and Yomiuri Nippon Symphony orchestras, amongst others.

Alongside his musical directorship with Minnesota Orchestra, he has been Principal Guest Conductor with Iceland Symphony Orchestra since 2014 – having previously served as Chief Conductor from 1993 to 1996. Concurrently he is Conductor Laureate of the Lahti Symphony Orchestra (having previously been its Music Director), and also held the position of Chief Conductor of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, in Glasgow, Scotland.

A distinguished recording artist, primarily for the BIS label, his most recent recordings are of Mahler’s Symphonies No. 5 & 6, with the Minnesota Orchestra, to be followed later this year by Symphonies No. 2 and 1, continuing the cycle dedicated to the composer. With Minnesota he has recorded the complete Beethoven and Sibelius symphony cycles, also for BIS, to rave international reviews – while recordings of Beethoven’s piano concertos with Yevgeny Sudbin, have also garnered worldwide praise, including Grammy and Gramophone award nominations.

Vänskä studied conducting at Finland’s Sibelius Academy and was awarded first prize in the 1982 Besançon Competition. He began his career as a clarinetist, occupying, amongst others, the co-principal chair of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. In recent years he has enjoyed a return to the instrument, including regular chamber music performances and a recording of Kalevi Aho’s chamber works, in 2012.

Vänskä is the recipient of a Royal Philharmonic Society Award, the Finlandia Foundation’s Arts and Letters award, and the 2010 Ditson Award from Columbia University. He holds honorary doctorates from the universities of Glasgow and Minnesota and was named Musical America’s 2005 Conductor of the Year. In 2013 he received the Annual Award from the German Record Critics' Award Association for his involvement in BIS’s recordings of the complete works by Sibelius.