交响音乐会

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交响音乐会

卡尔·马里亚·冯·韦伯:《奥伯龙》序曲

路德维希·范·贝多芬:G大调第四钢琴协奏曲,作品58 

 中场休息

 约翰内斯·勃拉姆斯:D大调第二交响曲,作品73


钢琴:贾然

指挥:克劳斯·彼得·弗洛尔


钢琴:贾然

具有非凡才能的青年钢琴家贾然已作为世人瞩目的音乐家而声名显赫。谭盾称她为“拥有丰富音乐表现技艺的钢琴诗人。”著名钢琴大师傅聪先生对贾然演奏的舒伯特曾发出:“在你的演奏中我感受到了音乐虚幻的意境,很受启发。”的赞叹。当代钢琴大师威廉•纳博瑞先生评价“贾然是她这一代最出色的钢琴家之一。她的演奏极具诗意和艺术性,是一位非凡且罕见及珍贵钢琴家,值得聆听!”

贾然3岁半开始学习钢琴,1995年举行独奏音乐会,2004年5月在上海音乐学院贺绿汀音乐厅举行了首场钢琴独奏音乐会,其演奏在观众和媒体中引起极大的热情,上海东方电视台制作并播放了作为年轻艺术家贾然的生活的两个专访节目,其中也包括音乐会的现场录像。

2005年11月,贾然与她的老师——美国柯蒂斯音乐学院钢琴大师加里•格拉夫曼先生在林肯中心与李坚执棒的圣•卢克斯交响乐团合作,演出了莫扎特第21号协奏曲,并由此开始了在国际乐坛的频频亮相与演出。      

自2004年起,贾然先后在中国、美国、加拿大、意大利、德国、韩国等各地举办音乐会, 包括林肯中心、迈阿密钢琴音乐、格莱美音乐节、麦克伦堡前波莫瑞音乐节、德累斯顿音乐节、慕尼黑赫拉克勒斯厅等。曾与诸多乐团合作如上海爱乐、上海歌剧院交响乐团、浙江交响乐团、深证交响乐团、香港爱乐乐团、圣•卢克斯交响乐团、温哥华交响乐团、亚美尼亚青年交响乐团、乌兹堡交响乐团、耶拿交响乐团等合作。

贾然的现场音乐会曾多次被美国、德国广播电视台现场转播。

2008年贾然成功地在德国著名的钢琴艺术节(Klavierfestival Ruhr)举办了舒伯特奏鸣曲专场独奏音乐会以及“谭盾之夜-中国古典音乐”音乐会,并录制了首张舒伯特专辑唱片(D958,D959)。

2010年由美国VAI录制了她的现场独奏音乐会DVD并全球发行。2014年由法国Artlinna唱片录制并即将全球发行舒伯特两首钢琴奏鸣曲(D664与D960)。

贾然2011年毕业于美国费城柯蒂斯音乐学院,师从钢琴大师加里•格拉夫曼先生。现作为意大利科莫湖国际钢琴大师班(International Piano Academy Lake Como)研究艺术家师从院长威廉•纳博瑞先生,并活跃于世界乐坛。

媒体给予了极高的评价:“她精炼而文雅地演绎着每一个瞬间、每一次展开、每一支旋律间的过渡,她的演奏充满了非凡和惊人的典雅与内在,她用她自身的方式进入了舒伯特的世界——时而在悲伤中带有一丝甜蜜,时而掠过雷鸣般的狂怒,时而伴以闪烁的音色,然后又回到贝多芬式的激情。她的演奏没有断痕,没有粉饰,更没有技术障碍——音乐的音响和结构在这位钢琴家的手中自然地流淌······惊叹!”



指挥:克劳斯·彼得·弗洛尔

世界著名指挥家克劳斯·彼得·弗洛尔有着与生俱来的音乐感,他受到全世界音乐人的景仰,深得中欧传统文化的精 髓。 

弗洛31岁时成为柏林音乐厅乐团音乐总监,同时指挥其他德国主要乐团,如:莱比锡布商大厦交响乐团、德累斯顿国 立管弦乐团。1988年,弗洛首次执棒柏林爱乐,迄今共与柏林爱乐合作三次。1991至1994年期间,弗洛在伦敦爱乐担任首 席客座教授;1991至1996年同时担任苏黎世市政厅管弦乐团的艺术顾问。2003至2008年,受米兰朱塞佩·威尔第交响乐团 音乐总监里卡多·夏伊的个人邀请,弗洛在该团担任首席客座教授。1999至2008年间,弗洛还在达拉斯交响乐团担任首席 客座教授。2008年至今,弗洛在马来西亚爱乐乐团担任艺术总监。    弗洛坚持高水准的国际性艺术合作,本季他的重要演出包括指挥俄罗斯国家交响乐团、斯特拉斯堡爱乐乐团、皇家利 物浦爱乐乐团、威尔第交响乐团、鹿特丹爱乐乐团、捷克爱乐乐团、维也纳艺术家乐团等。另外,弗洛还将在布雷根茨艺 术节上指挥维也纳交响乐团。    在歌剧领域,弗洛曾在2007和2010年两度在图卢兹市立歌剧院指挥演出莫扎特的《魔笛》,2012年还将在该剧院指挥 演出普契尼的《蝴蝶夫人》。2013年弗洛将在巴黎国立歌剧院指挥演出新制作——汉普丁克的《汉塞尔和格雷特尔》。此 外,2008年弗洛在斯特拉斯堡歌剧院指挥了由大卫·麦克维卡导演的瓦格纳歌剧《齐格弗里德》。柏林国家歌剧院、柏林 德意志歌剧院,以及慕尼黑、德累斯顿、汉堡和科隆等地的歌剧院都与弗洛有过合作。在布鲁塞尔皇家铸币歌剧院,弗洛 指挥了莫扎特歌剧《费加罗的婚礼》和瓦格纳歌剧《纽伦堡的名歌手》,并在东京第二次指挥演出了后者。在休斯敦大 剧院,弗洛指挥演出《魔笛》;弗洛指挥荷兰歌剧院和阿姆斯特丹皇家音乐厅管弦乐团演出《欧丽安特》;在达拉斯歌剧 院,指挥演出《波西米亚人》。

弗洛的大量作品被录制成唱片,指挥班贝格交响乐团演奏的门德尔松作品集广受好评,近期有Sony/BMG再次发行。弗 洛最新录制的作品是指挥马来西亚爱乐乐团演奏苏克的《死亡天使》交响曲和德沃夏克《第七、第八交响乐》,由BIS唱 片发行。

克劳斯·彼得·弗洛(Claus Peter Flor)1953年出生


 

Carl Maria von Weber      Overture to Oberon

Ludwig van Beethoven    Piano Concerto No.4 in G major, Op.58

 Intermission

 Johannes Brahms    Symphony No.2 in D major, Op.73


Ran Jia, piano

Claus Peter Flor, conductor


Ran Jia, piano

Pianist Ran Jia is regarded as a striking musician with unusual natural abilities. Tan Dun hailed her a “piano poet with dramatic skill in music making.” William Grant Nabore, the director of international Piano Academy Lake Como appraised her "Ran Jia is one of the finest pianists of her generation. She has qualities that are as rare as precious on the music scene today: poetry and artistry. She is a phenomenal pianist! Just listen to her!“

Born in China, Ms. Jia began studying piano at the age of three and made her solo debut in 1995. In May 2004, Ms. Jia played a recital at the Heluting Concert Hall at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. Her recital was received with great enthusiasm by the audience and the media. Oriental TV broadcasted two documentaries featuring Ms. Jia’s life as a young artist including her live performance at the Conservatory. In November 2005, Ms. Jia made her debut at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall with her teacher, Gary Graffman, and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467 under Maestro Li Jian.

In 2006, Ms. Jia played a return, sold-out concert at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and a performance of two Mozart concerti with the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra at the Shanghai Concert Hall. She has been featured in a live concert on Chicago’s classical music station WFMT as well as a worldwide broadcast on WQXR in New York of a concert in honor of Thelonius Monk’s 90th birthday for which she was the only classical pianist invited to performan. Ms.Jiamade an acclaimed European recital debut at the Klavierfestival Ruhr in the summer of 2008 playing two Schubert sonatas. The press commented “She refines each moment, each development, each transition of a melody to the next...With marvelous impressive elegance in touch she feels her way into Schubert’s language – sometimes with dolorous sweetness, sometimes with thunderous rage, then again with a sparkling style, to then go back to a Beethovian energy. There are no fractures, no stutters, no technical hurdles – with this pianist the structures and sounds flow naturally on its own...Tremendous.” In 2009 Ms. Jia made her Vancouver Symphony Orchestra subscription debut under Maestro BramwellTovey, performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K. 414. In the summer of 2010, Ms. Jia toured the southern cities of China, performing Saint Saens Concerto No. 2 with Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra under Guoyong Zhang. She made her debut at the Miami International Piano Festival in May 2010, a recital which was recorded and recently released on VAI International as a DVD. Other engagements include performances at Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Dresdner Musikfestspiele, Gilmore International Keyboard Festival, debuts in DusseldorfTonhalle, MunichHerkulesssaal, and Ludwigshafen, Germany, and with the Hong Kong Philharmonic.

Her recent performances include concerts at the Shanghai International Piano Festival, ‘MISA’ Summer festival Shanghai, At the Kumho Art Hall in Seoul, Korea, Chicago Myra Hess Series, USA, Franz Liszt Festival at Grottammare Italy; She made her debut with Jenaer Symphoniker and Würzburg Symphonische Orchester in Germany, and State Youth Orchestra of Armenia. She also made a recording of two Schubert sonatas under French Label Artalinna and will be released world-widely in 2015.

Ran Jia studied with Gary Graffman at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and she is currently enrolled by the International Piano Academy Lake Como in Italy, studying under Maestro William Nabore.


Claus Peter Flor, conductor

Claus Peter Flor is respected worldwide as a hugely gifted conductor with remarkably instinctive musicianship. Mr. Flor continues to work internationally at a high level; last season’s highlights included his return to the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Verdi di Milano and the Vienna Tonkünstler Orchestra among others.

This season’s highlights included performances with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra, China National Symphony, Frankfurter Museumsorchester, and a return to the Residentie Orkest. This season CPF will also return to the Vienna Symphony for concerts at the Bregenz Festival and perform with the KBS Symphony Orchestra in Seoul, Korea. Next season’s highlights include his performances with the Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira in Rio de Janeiro and his performance with Sapporo Symphony Orchestra in Japan.

As an opera conductor, Mr. Flor continues his relationship with Theatre du Capitole Toulouse. Last season he conducted a revival of Puccini’s Madame Butterfly. In 2010 Mr. Flor conducted the revival of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in Toulouse – a production he premiered in there in 2007 as part of a Mozart cycle. 2013 Mr. Flor returned to Toulouse for a new production of Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel. In January 2015, Claus Peter Flor will be welcomed back to Toulouse to conduct Tristan and Isolde. Previous operatic collaborations include the production of Wagner’s Siegfried, directed by David McVicar, with Strasbourg Opera in 2008 and other productions with the Staatsoper Berlin, Deutsche Oper Berlin and the Munich, Dresden, Hamburg, and Cologne opera houses. He has conducted Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro and Wagner’s Die Meistersinger at La Monnaie in Brussels, taking the latter on tour to Tokyo, Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte for Houston Grand Opera, Weber’s Euryanthe for Netherlands Opera with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and Puccini’s La Bohème for Dallas Opera.

Maestro Flor has a large discography, including an acclaimed series of Mendelssohn recordings with the Bamberg Symphony, which have recently been re-issued by Sony/BMG. Most recently he has made three recordings with the Malaysian Philharmonic for BIS label; Suk’s Asrael Symphony released in 2009 and Dvorak’s Symphonies No.7 and 8 released in 2012.

Born in Leipzig in 1953, Mr. Flor began his musical career with violin tuition in Weimar and Leipzig, before focusing on conducting with Rolf Reuter and later on with both Rafael Kubelik and Kurt Sanderling. At the age of 31 he became General Music Director of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and also began regular associations at this time with the other major German orchestras: the Leipzig Gewandhaus and Dresden Staatskapelle. In 1988 he made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic, where he has since returned twice.

Prior to his position as Music Director of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra from 2008 - 2014, Mr. Flor held the position of Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi (2003-08) at the personal invitation of their Music Director Riccardo Chailly, with a remit to develop the orchestra’s work in the central European repertoire. From 1999-2008 he was also Principal Guest Conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he has served as Principal Guest Conductor of the Philharmonia Orchestra (1991-4) and Artistic Advisor to the Zürich Tonhalle Orchestra (1991-96).