第十五届柴可夫斯基国际音乐比赛获奖者音乐会

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导赏在捷杰耶夫(赛事主席)出色的组织下,本届柴可夫斯基比赛从各方面都达到了音乐赛事的最高标准,比赛选手的水准之高令我十分吃惊,评委也都是“全明星”的阵容。作为25年前那届柴可夫斯基比赛的冠军,我也受邀担任了本届钢琴项目的评委,我相信这几位出色的演奏家都将在未来的音乐事业上有非常好的发展,我十分期待他们今后的表现。(鲍里斯·别列佐夫斯基,俄罗斯钢琴家,第九届柴可夫斯基国际音乐比赛钢琴冠军)



第十五届柴可夫斯基国际音乐比赛获奖者音乐会


弗兰茨·莱哈尔: “你是我心中的挚爱”,选自《微笑国度》

彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基: “你到哪里去了,我金色的青春”,选自《尤金·奥涅金》,作品24

彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:D大调小提琴协奏曲,作品35

 中场休息

彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:降B大调第一钢琴协奏曲,作品23


男高音:王传越

小提琴:亚历珊德拉·科努诺娃

钢琴:丹尼尔·哈里托诺夫

指挥:米沙·达迈夫


王传越

王传越, 毕业于中央音乐学院,最具实力男高音歌唱家,旧金山歌剧院签约歌唱家,国际顶级艺术家培训计划梅罗拉成员和艾德勒成员,国内声乐大奖的“大满贯”得主。

2015获得被誉为音乐界”奥林匹克“的柴科夫斯基国际音乐比赛歌剧银奖,成为开赛50多年以来中国第一位获得大赛奖项的男高音。获得多个音乐节和歌剧院邀请。

2014年文化部中国歌剧节优秀表演奖,2013年第九届中国音乐金钟奖声乐比赛金奖,2013第六届北京国际音乐比赛歌剧比赛第一名。

2013第十五届青年歌手电视大奖赛美声组金奖,2012年韩国首尔国际声乐大赛第一名,第十届全国声乐比赛文华奖第一名,意大利第七届马尔蒂尼国际声乐比赛第一名,2011年   第五届中国国际声乐比赛第一名。

王传越以男高音第一名的优异成绩考取中央音乐学院,连续五年获得专业第一名。近年来,他先后在中国国家大剧院、上海音乐厅、维也纳勋伯格中心、纽约林肯中心、马林斯基音乐厅,旧金山歌剧院,马林斯基剧院等著名艺术殿堂,主演过《法尔斯塔夫》、《梅菲斯托费雷》、《女人心》、《漂泊的荷兰人》、《奥泰罗》、《茶花女》、《Rita》、《唐帕斯夸莱》、《赵氏孤儿》、《永不消逝的电波》、《导弹司令》、《雪原》等众多中外歌剧,受到业界专家及广大观众一致好评。此外,他还多次应邀参加人民大会堂新春音乐会、人民大会堂建国65周年国庆晚会、中央电视台元旦跨年晚会、中国文联百花迎春晚会、“香江明月夜”庆中秋晚会、纽约林肯中心艾利斯塔里音乐厅音乐会、旧金山金门公园露天音乐会等国内外大型演出。获得意大利,美国,俄罗斯,等众多音乐节邀请。

王传越拥有出色的声音天赋和强大的演唱实力。他的演唱音色纯净明亮,技术精准华丽,情感演绎准确到位而又极具张力。在国外期间,曾有十余位国际一线评委被他的声音感动落泪,并将其誉为“近十年来听到的最好的男高音”。曾被众多国外媒体评论报道。


亚历山德拉·科努诺娃,摩尔多瓦

亚历山德拉2012年在汉诺威约瑟夫·约阿希姆小提琴比赛中的精彩演绎不仅为她赢得比赛桂冠,也受到大众及评论界的瞩目。评委为她丰富的声音和精湛的技艺而折服。《汉诺威汇报》写到,“她的声音华丽而充满魅力。她诠释的巴赫巴洛克舞曲时而朴素无华时而如歌咏般动人流畅,舞曲的节奏和激昂表现得非常完美,特别在布雷舞曲中展现了她的超凡技巧

亚历山德拉在这一演出季中先后在法国广播音乐节、普罗旺斯艾克斯复活节音乐节、Schloss Elmau音乐节、韦尔比亚音乐节等亮相。她还将与伯尔尼室内乐团(Camerata Bern)、德国埃尔福特爱乐乐团、NDR广播爱乐以及莫斯科独奏家乐团合作。2016年,她将进行日本巡演。

她曾在多个比赛中取得佳绩,包括2015年新加坡国际小提琴比赛、2011年乔治·埃内斯库国际小提琴比赛以及2010年蒂伯·瓦尔盖(Tibor Varga)、2009年伊翁·沃依库(Ion Voicu)和2008年亨利·马赫图(Henri Marteau)比赛。2013年,韦尔比亚音乐节进修班将表彰最具才华艺术家的“宝盛银行奖”授予了她,该奖项也为她迎来在2015年韦尔比亚音乐节上的独奏音乐会。

现今,亚历山德拉已是一位成熟而卓越的独奏家。她先后与布加勒斯特交响乐团、匈牙利国家歌剧院乐团、圣彼得堡修道院乐团、马勒室内乐团、莫斯科独奏家乐团、NDR广播爱乐乐团、纽伦堡交响乐团、萨尔布吕肯交响乐团、韦尔比亚音乐节室内乐团、维也纳室内乐团和武汉交响乐团等合作。她曾合作的指挥家包括克里斯蒂安·巴达(Christian Badea)、尤里·巴什梅特、西奥多·克伦提兹(Teodor Currentzis)、汉努·林图(Hannu Lintu)和盖伯·塔卡什-纳吉(Gabor Takacs-Nagy)。

她也是一位充满热忱的室内乐音乐家。她经常合作的音乐家包括俄罗斯小提琴家鲍里斯·布罗夫琴(Boris Brovtsyn)、法国中提琴家杰拉尔德·古塞(Gérard Caussé)、法国小提琴家雷诺·卡皮松(Renaud Capuçon)、爱尔兰钢琴家费林·柯林斯(Finghin Collins)、美国小提琴及中提琴家布莱·迪·昂格斯托姆(Blythe Teh Engstroem)、拉贝克姐妹、美国小提琴及中提琴家尤拉·李(Yura Lee)、德国钢琴家米哈伊·李菲茨(Michail Lifits)、俄罗斯钢琴家亚历山大·梅尼科夫(Alexander Melnikov)、法国单簧管演奏家保罗·梅耶(Paul Meyer)、法国大提琴家爱德格·莫罗(Edgar Moreau)、奥地利单簧管演奏家安德烈斯·奥顿萨玛(Andreas Ottensamer)、法国钢琴家朱利安·昆汀(Julien Quentin)、俄罗斯大提琴家阿历克谢·斯塔德勒(Alexei Stadler)、俄罗斯小提琴家基利尔·图索夫(Kirill Troussov)和匈牙利大提琴家伊斯特凡·瓦尔代(Istvan Vardai)等。

亚历山德拉1988年出生于摩尔多瓦,6岁起开始学习小提琴。她曾陆续在罗斯托克音乐大学师从佩特鲁·蒙塔努(Petru Munteanu)教授、在汉诺威音乐学院拜师克里斯托夫·威格林(Krzysztof Wegrzyn),并在洛桑投身于雷诺•卡皮松门下深造。她还曾得到伊夫利·吉特里斯(Ivry Gitlis)、伊戈尔·奥伊斯特拉赫(Igor Oistrakh)、伊戈尔·奥齐姆(Igor Ozim)等小提琴家名家的悉心点拨。目前她演奏的是一把1735年威尼斯桑托-塞拉芬小提琴,由德国音乐基金会慷慨提供。


丹尼尔·哈利托诺夫,俄罗斯

丹尼尔•哈利托诺夫出生于俄罗斯萨哈林州南萨哈林斯克。他5岁起在新西伯利亚音乐中学学习,6岁入选莫斯科国立柴可夫斯基音乐学院音乐中学。目前他在俄罗斯钢琴名师瓦列里·帕雅塞斯基(Valery Pyasetsky)门下深造。7岁时他在莫斯科帕维尔·斯洛伯德金剧院首次登台演奏协奏曲。同年,他在维也纳国际比赛中拔得头筹,并被冠以“莫扎特神童”的称号。他曾在多个国际比赛中获奖,并获得2010年波兰 Kultura电视台“金胡桃夹子”奖和特别奖。11岁时,他以与新俄罗斯乐团的拉赫玛尼诺夫第一钢琴协奏曲的完美演绎,获得新俄罗斯乐团奖及荣誉证书。12岁起,他经常与莫斯科国立名家室内乐团及指挥弗拉基米尔·斯皮瓦科夫(Vladimir Spivakov )携手,并受到弗拉基米尔·斯皮瓦科夫基金会嘉奖。丹尼尔还先后携手俄罗斯国家爱乐乐团(指挥弗拉基米尔·斯皮瓦科夫)、Musica Viva orchestra及(指挥亚历山大·鲁丁(Alexander Rudin))、柴可夫斯基交响乐团(指挥索留斯·桑德基斯(Saulius Sondeckis))、乌克兰国家交响乐团(指挥乌拉基米尔·西连科(Vladimir Sirenko))、莫斯科爱乐交响乐团(指挥法比奥·马斯朗基罗(Fabio Mastrangelo)),和马林斯基剧院交响乐团(指挥瓦列里·捷吉耶夫)。他曾陆续登上莫斯科最重要的音乐殿堂,包括柴可夫斯基音乐厅、莫斯科音乐学院拉赫玛尼诺夫大厅及小厅、莫斯科国际音乐宫小厅和歌剧厅、克里姆林宫兵器厅、工会之家科林斯柱厅,以及圣彼得堡、鄂木斯克、彼尔姆、新西伯利亚、下诺夫哥罗德等俄罗斯各地的音乐厅。2013年10月,丹尼尔在莫斯科音乐学院拉赫玛尼诺夫大厅举办独奏音乐会。他曾受邀在New Names、莫斯科与它的朋友、弗拉基米尔·斯皮瓦科夫的客人、贝加尔湖畔之星、音乐奥利匹克、马林斯基国际钢琴节、白夜之星、Larisa Gergieva和朋友们、Crescendo和莫斯科复活节音乐节等重要音乐盛事和音乐节上演出。他的演出足迹遍及纽约、维也纳、德国、西班牙、法国巴黎、科尔马、安纳西、斯洛文尼亚、立陶宛维尔纽斯、爱沙尼亚塔林、拉托维亚里加、保加利亚索非亚、白俄罗斯明斯克和莫吉列夫、乌克兰基辅和敖德萨、阿塞拜疆巴库、哈萨克斯坦阿斯塔纳、摩尔多瓦、土耳其、比利时布鲁塞尔、冰岛雷克雅未克、瑞士苏黎世和巴塞尔。2013年3月他的卡耐基音乐厅独奏会赢得美国评论界的追捧。丹尼尔•哈利托诺夫曾被授予俄罗斯国家荣誉奖章。2013年10月,丹尼尔获得在2014索契冬奥会上担任克里姆林宫前站火炬手的殊荣。2014年3月28日,在捷吉耶夫指挥下,他与俄中青年乐团联手,为俄罗斯与中国青年交换项目年开幕式演出。2015年3月,他在第1届弗拉基米尔·克莱涅夫莫斯科国际钢琴比赛中赢得金奖。2015年6月,年仅16岁的丹尼尔在第15届柴可夫斯基国际音乐比赛中获得钢琴组铜奖。接下来,他将在莫斯科音乐学院拉赫玛尼诺夫大厅、马林斯基剧院音乐厅、国家歌剧院音乐厅和弗拉季高加索芭蕾舞剧院举办独奏会。


指挥:米沙·达迈夫

1963年出生于保加利亚首都索非亚,法国和保加利亚后裔,瑞士国籍。自幼随外祖父—保加利亚著名指挥家MichaelLefterov学习音乐。十岁随家人移民瑞士。1986年毕业于巴塞尔音乐学院钢琴系,之后,赴巴黎和日内瓦,先后与著名钢琴家AlexisWeissenberg和NikitaMagaloff学习。

现任莫斯科交响乐团(柴科夫斯基交响乐团)常任客席指挥、德国布鲁纳(Bruenner)交响乐团常任客席指挥;在其指挥生涯中,还曾指挥过米兰威尔蒂交响乐团、意大利托斯卡尼尼交响乐团、罗马交响乐团、威尼斯交响乐团、苏黎世室内乐团、卢森堡爱乐乐团、卢采恩交响乐团、法国图卢斯交响乐团、斯洛瓦克爱乐乐团等等。2007年至今任瑞士最大的米格罗(Migros)文化百分比基金会音乐总监。


 

Franz Lehár: “Dein ist mein ganzes Herz”, from Das Land des Lächelns

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: “Kuda, kuda vï udalilis”, from Eugene Onegin, Op.24

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major, Op.35

Intermission

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23



Chuanyue Wang, tenor

Alexandra Conunova, violin

Daniel Kharitonov, piano

Mischa Damev, conductor



Chuanyue Wang, tenor

A graduate of the Central Conservatory in Beijing, Chuanyue Wang is Adler Fellow at the San Francisco Opera where he performing the roles of Wagner and Nereo in Mefistofele and Cover Fenton in Falstaff this fall. He was also a participant in the Merola Opera Program, the Carlo Bergonzi Master Class, the Okazaki International Voice Master Class, the Brasov Opera House Training Program in Romania and the Schonberg Institute in Vienna. Mr. Wang has won first prizes in the Yang Soohwa International Voice Competition in Korea, the Mandova Martini International Competition in Italy, and the 5th China International Voice Competition, as well as second prize in the 3rd China Musicians’ Association International Competition. He has appeared as a soloist in Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy with the Seiji Ozawa Music Acadmey, made his operatic debut with the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing as General Han in Chinese Orphan, and the Steersman in Der Fliegende Holländer, and performed the role of Ernesto in Don Pasquale in Shanghai.


Alexandra Conunova, Moldova

Alexandra Conunova attracted public and critical acclaim when she won First Prize at the Joseph Joachim Violin Competition in Hanover in the autumn 2012. She was praised by the jury for her vivid tone and her highly virtuoso dramatic art and Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung wrote that she “shows with what radiance of tone she is able to endow her music-making. Her interpretations of Bach’s baroque dances are sometimes austere and yet wonderfully cantabile, at other times truly dance-like or – as in the Bourrée – with a high degree of virtuosity.”

Alexandra’s current season include concerts at the Radio France Festival, Festival de Pâques, Schloss Elmau, Verbier Festival and others. She will perform with the Camerata Bern, the Erfurt Philharmonic Orchestra, the NDR Radio Philharmonic and the Moscow Soloists. She will also tour in Japan in 2016.

Alexandra has won major prizes at competitions such as the 2015 Singapore International Violin Competition, the 2011 George Enescu International Violin Competition as well as at Tibor Varga (2010), Ion Voicu (2009) and Henri Marteau (2008). Alexandra was awarded the Julius Bär Prize for the most accomplished artist of the Verbier Festival Academy 2013. This prize also includes a solo recital in the official programme of the Verbier Festival 2015.

She has established herself as a soloist of a high level. She has performed with orchestras such as the Bucharest Symphony Orchestra, Hungarian State Opera, Hermitage Orchestra St-Petersburg, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Moscow Soloists, NDR Radio Philharmonic, Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, Saarbrücken Symphony Orchestra, Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, and Wuhan Symphony Orchestra. She has collaborated with conductors including Christian Badea, Yury Bashmet, Teodor Currentzis, Hannu Lintu, Andrew Matze and Gabor Takacs-Nagy.

Alexandra is also a devoted chamber musician. She regularly collaborates with artists such as Boris Brovtsyn, Gérard Caussé, Renaud Capuçon, Finghin Collins, Blythe Teh Engstroem, Katia and Marielle Labèque, Yura Lee, Michail Lifits, Alexander Melnikov, Paul Meyer, Edgar Moreau, Andreas Ottensamer, Julien Quentin, Alexei Stadler, Kirill Troussov, Istvan Vardai and others.

Alexandra was born in 1988 in the Republic of Moldova and took up the violin at the age of six. She studied with Professor Petru Munteanu at the University of Music in Rostock, with Professor Krzysztof Wegrzyn at the University of Music in Hannover and with Professor Renaud Capuçon at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne. She has received taken additional classes with Ivry Gitlis, Igor Oistrakh, Igor Ozim and others. She currently plays the Santo-Seraphin Violin, dated 1735, Venezia, kindly loaned by the "Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben".


Daniel Kharitonov, Russia

Daniel Kharitonov was born in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. At the age of five he began to study piano at the Middle Special School of Music in Novosibirsk. At the age of six he entered first year at the Central School (College) of Music of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire. He is currently a pupil of Valery Pyasetsky. At the age of seven Daniel Kharitonov made his orchestral debut at the Pavel Slobodkin Theatre and Concert Hall in Moscow. At the same age, he won the Grand Prix at the Vienna International Competition and the honorary title of Mozart Wunderkind. Daniel Kharitonov has been a prize-winner at several international competitions, one of which brought him the Golden Nutcracker award and the Special Prize from Kultura TV in 2010. At the age of eleven the young musician was awarded an Honorary Diploma as a winner of the New Russia Orchestra Award, having performed Rachmaninoff's First Piano Concerto with the ensemble. From the age of twelve, Daniel Kharitonov has frequently appeared with the Moscow Virtuosi State Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Vladimir Spivakov and has been a grant-recipient of the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation. The pianist has also appeared with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia (under Vladimir Spivakov), the Musica Viva orchestra (under Alexander Rudin), the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (under Saulius Sondeckis), the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine (under Vladimir Sirenko), the Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic (under Fabio Mastrangelo) and the Mariinsky Orchestra (under Valery Gergiev). Daniel Kharitonov has appeared at the most famous concert halls in Moscow, including the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the Great, Small and Rachmaninoff Halls of the Moscow Conservatoire, the Svetlanov, Small and Theatre Halls of the Moscow House of Music, the Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin and the Hall of Columns of the House of Unions in addition to performances at prestigious venues in St Petersburg, Omsk, Perm, Novosibirsk, Nizhny Novgorod and other cities throughout Russia. In October 2013 the pianist gave a recital at the Rachmaninoff Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire. The pianist has taken part in such festivals as New Names, Moscow Greets Its Friends, Guests of Vladimir Spivakov..., Stars on Baikal, Musical Olympus, the Mariinsky International Piano Festival,Stars of the White Nights, Larisa Gergieva and Friends, Crescendo, and international festivals in Colmar and Annecy as well as the Moscow Easter Festival. He has toured to great acclaim to the USA (New York), Austria(Vienna), Germany, Spain, France (Paris, Colmar, Annecy), Slovenia, Lithuania (Vilnius), Estonia (Tallinn), Latvia (Riga), Bulgaria (Sofia), Belarus (Minsk, Mogilev), Ukraine (Kiev, Odessa), Azerbaijan (Baku), Kazakhstan (Astana), Moldavia (Chişinău), Turkey, Belgium (Brussels), Iceland (Reykjavik) and Switzerland (Zurich, Basel). March 2013 saw Kharitonov make a successful appearance at the renowned Carnegie Hall in New York. American critics highly praised the young musician's performance. Daniel Kharitonov has been nominated for Russia's National Pride award. In October 2013 Daniel Kharitonov had the honour of being a torch-bearer at the Moscow Kremlin in advance of the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games. March 28th, 2014 Daniel performed on the grand opening ceremony of the years of youth exchanges of the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China, with the Russian-Chinese youth orchestra (under Valery Gergiev). March 2015, Daniel wins the Grand Prix of the I Vladimir Krainev Moscow International Piano Competition. June 2015, the 16-years young pianist Daniel Kharitonov has been the 3rd Prize and Bronze Medal of the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition. The pianist's engagements for last season included recitals at the Rachmaninoff Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire, the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre and the National State Opera and Ballet Theatre of Vladikavkaz. 


Mischa Damev, conductor

Multi-talented Mischa Damev is of Franco-Bulgarian descent, and was born in Sofia.  He received his first music lessons from his grandfather Michael Lefterov, a famous Bulgarian conductor. When he was ten his family moved to Switzerland. In 1986 he completed his piano studies at the Musikhochschule in Basel with a soloist diploma and then studied with Alexis Weissenberg in Paris and Nikita Magaloff in Geneva. 

From 1990 to 1999 he was artistic director of the Orpheum International Festival for Young Soloists in Zurich. Between 1992 and 2007 he led the Swiss Lilienberg recital series and the Lilienberg Foundation Art & Culture Division. In 2000 he was appointed Trustee of the London International Master Prize Competition for Contemporary Symphonic Music. 

On the advice of his mentor, Mariss Jansons, in 1991 he switched from his career as a concert pianist to study conducting intensively in Vienna with the legedary Prof. Karl Österreicher.  After his successful debut with the Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio and the Opera House in Sofia he spent several years working as assistant to  Georges Prêtre and Vladimir Fedosseyev. 

Mischa Damev has conducted orchestras such as the Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (Permanent Guest Conductor since 1996), Russian National Orchestra, Mariinsky Orchestra, Orchestra di San Carlo di Napoli, Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Orchestra della Fondazione Arturo Toscanini, the Beijing Symphony Orchestra, the Slovak Philharmonic Bratislava, Bulgarian National Orchestra, the Tonkünstler Orchestra Vienna, Orchestra di Santa Cecilia Roma,  Orchestra del Teatro della Fenice, Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, the Latvian National Orchestra, and the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, Scala di Milano etc.

Mischa Damev has recorded with Decca, as well as participating in numerous radio and television productions for Swiss television and Bulgarian and Russian radio and today is a successful record producer (Musiques Suisses). 

In the 2004/2005 season he shared the podium with Georges Prêtre  in the production of Carmen at Santa Cecilia in Rome and Pelleas and Melisande at La Scala di Milano. Since 2006  Mischa Damev and composer Jon Lord (of the rock group Deep Purple) have enjoyed a close cooperation on many European stages. Since 2011 Damev conducts regularly in China.