交响音乐会

  • 2019年02月24日 星期日 19:30
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导赏瓦季姆·列宾年少成名,此后迅速成为当代最杰出的小提琴演奏大师之一。杨洋作为中国爱乐乐团的老朋友,他细致、精准的风格一直深为广大乐迷所喜爱。

他们联袂演出一场俄罗斯作品音乐会,无疑是乐迷们热切盼望的一场音乐对话。

1917年是作曲家灵感迸发的一年,他创作出了包括第一交响曲,第三、第四钢琴奏鸣曲在内的大量作品,其中也包括这部从1914年开始创作的第一小提琴协奏曲。这部小提琴协奏曲于音乐史,于所有热爱普罗科菲耶夫的人都有特别的意义,作曲家曾经亲自执棒莫斯科爱乐乐团与伟大的小提琴演奏大师大卫·奥伊斯特拉赫灌录了这部作品。

音乐会的另一首作品是大家熟悉的柴科夫斯基第四交响曲,这是作曲家交响作品创作走向成熟的一个开端,也是他最受欢迎的交响曲之一。

在刚刚结束的一个音乐季,中国爱乐乐团进行了成功的俄罗斯巡演,许多爱乐的音乐家也到普罗科菲耶夫、柴科夫斯基的墓前向两位伟大的作曲家致敬,想必他们对这一套俄罗斯作品的诠释也会有更深一层的体会。(周伟 乐评人,爱满地古典音乐频道CEO)

交响音乐会

Symphonic Concert


谢尔盖·普罗科菲耶夫:D大调第一小提琴协奏曲,作品19

彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:F小调第四交响曲,作品36



小提琴:瓦季姆·列宾

指挥:杨洋


指挥:杨洋

杨洋生于音乐世家,自幼学习钢琴,师从钢琴教育家李其芳教授。后随徐新、吴玲芬教授学习指挥,并以优异成绩考入中央音乐学院指挥系,师从著名指挥家俞峰教授。

2006年11月,在希腊举行的迪米特里·米特罗普洛斯国际指挥大赛中,杨洋以出色的表现和无可争议的优势一举夺得第一名,成为在这项顶级国际大赛中首位获此殊荣的中国指挥。

作为中国最活跃的指挥家之一,杨洋与国内所有主流乐团及歌剧院均保持着密切的合作关系。同时在包括德国德意志交响乐团、科隆爱乐乐团、斯图加特爱乐乐团、莱茵国立爱乐乐团、新布兰登堡爱乐乐团;意大利罗马交响乐团、维罗纳歌剧院、都灵皇家歌剧院;法国嘎纳交响乐团、波尔多交响乐团;西班牙瓦伦西亚交响乐团;希腊交响乐团、雅典室内乐团;韩国仁川爱乐乐团等在内的国外众多乐团也成功的留下了他的足迹。世界著名大提琴家林·哈雷尔、阿尔本·格哈德、王健、娜塔莉娅·古特曼;小提琴家马克西姆·文格洛夫、吉东·克雷默、宓多里、莎拉·张、奥古斯汀·杜梅、雷纳德·卡皮松、林昭亮;钢琴家加里·格拉夫曼、朗朗、巴瑞·道格拉斯、让·伊夫·蒂博戴、大卫·弗雷、白建宇、木村峻·帕克;女高音曹秀美;单簧管演奏家萨宾娜·迈耶、温泽尔·福克斯;圆号演奏家拉多万·弗拉科维奇、斯蒂凡·多尔等都与他有过精诚的合作。

由于指挥大师余隆的慧眼独具,杨洋于1998年第一届北京国际音乐节上成功的开始了他的职业指挥生涯,并连续八届在北京国际音乐节上执棒歌剧与音乐会。2000年-2005年任中国爱乐乐团助理指挥。2006年赴韩国参加由指挥大师郑明勋主持的大师班。2009年,他参与并主持组建了杭州爱乐乐团。

自2009年至今,杨洋已率领杭州爱乐乐团出色的完成了七个音乐季演出,并成功的在德国麦克伦伯格音乐节、石荷州音乐节、意大利拉维罗音乐节、艾美利亚音乐节、陶尔米纳音乐节、斯洛伐克卢布尔雅那音乐节等欧洲著名音乐节登台亮相,并远赴俄罗斯及爱沙尼亚巡演,赢得了欧洲观众的喝彩及国内外业界的高度评价与关注。

作为曲目广泛的交响乐指挥,杨洋无疑是当代中国最出色的指挥家之一。近年来他也频频涉猎歌剧领域,普契尼《艺术家的生涯》、《蝴蝶夫人》;威尔第《茶花女》;比才《卡门》;马斯卡尼《乡村骑士》;列昂卡瓦洛《丑角》;郭文景《夜宴》《狂人日记》等中外歌剧的成功演绎更彰显出他在歌剧方面的过人才华。这其中尤以2014年8月他执棒杭州爱乐乐团与意大利歌唱家在西西里联合演出的《乡村骑士》和《丑角》最为引人注目。

杨洋现任中央歌剧院音乐总监、首席指挥;中国爱乐乐团常任指挥;杭州爱乐乐团艺术总监、首席指挥。



Sergei Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No.1 in D major, Op.19

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.4 in F minor, Op.36



Vadim Repin, violin

Yang Yang, conductor


Vadim Repin, violin

Born in Siberia in 1971, Vadim Repin was eleven when he won the gold medal in all age categories in the Wienawski Competition and gave his recital debuts in Moscow and St Petersburg.  At 14 he made his debuts in Tokyo, Munich, Berlin, Helsinki;  a year later in Carnegie Hall.  At 17 he was the youngest ever winner of the Reine Elisabeth Concours.

Since then he has performed with all the world’s greatest orchestras and conductors.  Among the highlights of his career in the past few seasons have been tours with the London Symphony Orchestra and Valery Gergiev, the NHK Orchestra and Dutoit;  a tour of Australia with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Vladimir Jurowski, and acclaimed premières in London, Philadelphia, New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Salle Pleyel in Paris and Amsterdam's Concertgebouw of the violin concerto written for him by James MacMillan, culminating in a BBC Prom at the sold out  Royal Albert Hall.

Vadim Repin recorded the great Russian violin concerti by Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky on Warner Classics.  For Deutsche Grammophon he recorded the Beethoven Violin Concerto, the Brahms Violin Concerto and Double Concerto (Truls Mørk, cello) with the Gewandhaus Orchester, the Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov trios with Mischa Maisky and Lang Lang (which won the Echo Classic) and works by Grieg, Janacek and César Franck with Nikolai Lugansky, which won the 2011 BBC Music Award.

In 2010 he received the Victoire d’Honneur, France’s most prestigious musical award for a lifetime’s dedication to music, and became Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres.   Following master classes and concerts in Beijing in December 2014 he was awarded an honorary professorship of the Central Conservatory of Music, and in 2015 an honorary professorship of the Shanghai Conservatory.

Highlights of the last season included concerts in Hong Kong and Beijing, a European tour with Orchestre de la Suisse Romande under Neeme Jarvi, and concerts in Vienna with Kent Nagano and Lionel Bringuier.  In April 2014 Vadim Repin as Artistic Director presented the first Trans-Siberian Festival of the Arts in Novosibirsk's magnificent new concert hall, featuring a new commission, 'Voices of Violin' by Benjamin Yussupov, and a joint appearance by Vadim Repin and prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova.  The Festival was enthusiastically received and was repeated and extended in the spring of 2015, this time featuring a specially commissioned violin concerto, ‘De Profundis’, by Lera Auerbach.

Last season began with concerts in Vilnius, Prague, Vienna, Paris and Ankara and a Vadim Repin Festival in Tokyo in November with chamber music and orchestral concerts.   Performances in the United States were followed by concerts with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy in London and Cardiff, the German première of the Yussupov concerto in the Berlin Philharmonie, and a return to Japan for concerts with the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the Tchaikovsky centenary.  This season began with concerts in Yerevan, Barcelona and Madrid and a tour of European capitals with the Tokyo Metropolitan Orchestra, and will culminate with a ‘Transsiberia goes to Tel Aviv’ project.

Vadim Repin plays on the 1733 'Rode' violin by Stradivari.


Yang Yang, conductor

Yang Yang, born in a musical family, learned piano with Prof. Li Qifang. Later, he learned conducting respectively with Prof. Xu Xin and Prof. Wu Lingfen, and then was admitted to the Conducting Department of Central Conservatory of Music, being one of the students of Prof. Yu Feng.

In November 2006, Yang won the first place for his outstanding performance at the Dimitris Mitropoulos International Competition for Orchestral Conducting in Greece. It’s the first time for the Chinese conductors to have such honor.

As one of the most active young conductors in China, Yang has maintained close partnership with all mainstream orchestras and opera houses domestically. Meanwhile, he has successfully left tracks at a host of foreign orchestras such as Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin, German Philharmonic Orchestra of Cologne, Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, National Rhine Philharmonic Orchestra, New Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Italian Rome Philharmonic Orchestra, Verona Opera House, French Cannes Symphony Orchestra, Bordeaux Symphony Orchestra, Valencia Orchestra of Spain, Greek Symphony Orchestra, Athenian Chamber Orchestra and Korean Incheon Philharmonic, etc. He had sincere cooperation with world famous musicians such as cellist Lynn Harrell, Alban Gerhard, Wang Jian, Natalia Gutman, violinist Maxim Vengerov, Gidon Kremer, Midori, Sarah Chang, Augustin Dumay, Lenard Karpison, Cho-Liang Lin, pianist Gary Graffman, Lang Lang, Barry Douglas, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, David Fray, Kun-Woo Paik, Jon Kimura Parker, soprano Sumi Jo, clarinetist Sabine Meyer, Wenzel Fuchs, French horn player Radovan Vlatkovic, Stefan Dohr, etc.

Recommended by maestro Yu Long,Yang started his conducting career in the year of 1998, at the First Beijing International Music Festival (BMF). Since then, he conducted operas and concerts at BMF eight years consecutively. From 2000 to 2005, Yang Yang held the position as the Assistant Conductor of China Philharmonic Orchestra (CPO). In 2006, Yang Yang attended an advanced training course hosted by maestro Myung-whun Chung in Korea. In 2009, he has presided over the founding of Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra (HPO).

In seven years, Yang and HPO have successfully performed at leading festivals including Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Ravello Festival, Emilia Romagna Festival, Taormina Festival, Ljubljana Festival. He also toured with HPO extensively in Russia and Estonia winning great applause and high critical acclaim at home and abroad.

With a wealth of experience, Yang is undoubtedly one of today’s most outstanding conductors in China. In recent years, he has broadly dabbled in opera conducting and successfully demonstrated many of the great operas, such as La Boheme of G. Puccini, La Traviata of G. Verdi, Carmen of Bizet, Cavalleria Rusticana of P. Mascagni, Pagliacci of Leoncavallo, Night Banquet, Wolf Cub Village of Guo Wenjing, etc, among which Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci were cooperatively performed by HPO and Italian singers in Sicily, Italy in August 2014 and drew broad attention internationally.

Yang Yang is now acting as Music Director and Chief Conductor of China National Opera House, Resident Conductor of China Philharmonic Orchestra, and Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra.