交响音乐会

  • 2018年12月09日 星期日 19:30
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导赏 《霍万兴那》这部歌剧现在已经很少上演了,但其序曲却经常出现在音乐会上,因为剧名难于理解,所以穆索尔斯基又给他另外起了个通俗而又寓意深刻的名字——《莫斯科河上的黎明》。这首乐曲是俄罗斯民族觉醒的象征,其深沉博大的情怀令人无法不为之动容。同样属于俄罗斯民族乐派“五人团”的里姆斯基-柯萨科夫以配器华丽而著称,他最著名的作品《天方夜谭》为人们展示了管弦乐音色无穷无尽的可能性,而只要熟悉《一千零一夜》故事的听众,相信都能够通过聆听这部作品而产生丰富的联想,这充分展现了浪漫主义时期音乐与文学相结合的魅力。

阿鲁秋年是亚美尼亚作曲家,他的小号协奏曲非常著名,是小号演奏家们的必修课。作曲家自幼喜爱小号,早在1943年就打算为亚美尼亚爱乐乐团的小号首席瓦塔萨良写一部协奏曲,不料瓦塔萨良在战争中牺牲,因此直至1950年才得以完成并在莫斯科首演。正如阿鲁秋年本人所评论道:“这风格可以说是我的一般作品中所特有的,这里没有使用任何民间旋律。所有音调和主旋律特性都力求使这部作品具有普遍的人类价值,能被全世界的人所理解。”作为一部诞生于20世纪的小号协奏曲,与人们通常更加熟悉的海顿与胡梅尔小号协奏曲相比,阿鲁秋年的小号协奏曲充分利用了现代乐器制作工艺为这件乐器所赋予的全新表现力,演奏技巧方面也更具挑战,具有极高的欣赏价值。(李德钦,中国爱乐乐团小号演奏家、首席)


交响音乐会

Symphonic Concert




莫杰斯特·穆索尔斯基:歌剧《霍万兴那》前奏曲:莫斯科河上的黎明

亚历山大·阿鲁秋年:降A大调小号协奏曲

尼古拉·里姆斯基-科萨科夫: 天方夜谭,作品35




小号:李德钦

指挥:夏小汤


小号:李德钦

中国爱乐乐团客座首席小号。

上海音乐学院小号副教授。

德国魏玛弗朗茨李斯特音乐学院小号教师。

中央电视台光荣绽放十大青年小号演奏家。

1998年,开始学习小号。师从沈阳音乐学院附中小号教师王伟。

2004年,考入上海音乐学院本科,得到了著名小号演奏家 教育家陈嘉敏教授的指导和栽培。

2008年,考入中国爱乐乐团,随团出访日本、新加坡、美国、德国、意大利等等。

2014年,随中国爱乐乐团参加了享誉世界的英国伦敦proms音乐节。

2014年,德国魏玛李斯特音乐学院攻读master学位。师从著名小号演奏家教育家 uwe komischke先生。

2015年,就读于德国斯图加特音乐学院,师从著名小号独奏家Wolfgang bauer 先生。

2017年,魏玛李斯特音乐学院博士学位。 


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。



Modest Mussorgsky: Prelude to Khovanshchina: Dawn over the Moscow River

Alexander Arutiunian: Trumpet Concerto in A-flat major

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade, Op.35



Li Deqin, trumpet

Xia Xiaotang, conductor


Li Deqin, trumpet

Li Deqin currently serves as Guest Principle at the China Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also Associate Professor at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and teaches at Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar. He received "10 Distinguished Young Trumpetist of China" from CCTV.

Li Deqin began to study playing trumpet in 1998 under the guidance of Mr. Wang Wei, teacher at Middle School affiliated to Shenyang Conservatory of Music. He was admitted to Shanghai Conservatory in 2004 and studied with renowned trumpetist Prof. Chen Jiamin.

Le Deqin joined the China Philharmonic Orchestra in 2008 and toured with this orchestra to Japan, Singapore, the United States, Germany, Italy and many other countries in the world. He performed with the China Philharmonic Orchestra at the BBC Proms in 2014.

In 2014, Li Deqin was admitted to Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar to pursue his master’s degree under the guidance of Professor Uwe Komischke. He began his study at Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart in 2015 with renowned trumpet soloist Wolfgang Bauer. He received his doctor’s degree from Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar in 2017.

Li Deqin collaborated with the China Philharmonic Orchestra as a soloist frequently, the last time being his performance in Peter Ruzicka’s Nachtstück on November 30th, 2013.


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".