中国爱乐乐团成立20周年系列演出之一

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导赏 《霍万兴那》是俄国作曲家穆索尔斯基亲自撰写剧本创作的五幕歌剧,并由同属于“强力五人团”的里姆斯基-科萨科夫整理完成。“强力五人团”致力于用“民族之声”为俄国人民发声,这部歌剧也取材于俄国历史上的一段著名的民族抗争故事。歌剧的序曲《莫斯科河上的黎明》,如今常作为一首独立的乐曲出现在音乐会上。

上半场的第二首曲目来自俄国作曲家柴可夫斯基的《D大调小提琴协奏曲》,这部作品以它浓郁的俄式风情以及动人又辉煌的舞台效果受到大家的喜爱,是最广为流传和家喻户晓的小提琴协奏曲之一。有趣的是,柴可夫斯基在完成全曲以后发现最初的第二乐章的效果欠佳于是决定重写,才有了今天的版本。而原始的第二乐章也留存了下来——成为了《故都回忆》(Souvenir d'un lieu cher, Op.42) 中的第一首《沉思曲》。担任本场小提琴独奏的是第一届上海斯特恩国际小提琴比赛的第一名,日本小提琴家木岛真优,这也将是它和中国爱乐乐团的首度合作。

下半场的作品,柏辽兹的《幻想交响曲》,带领我们去到欧亚大陆另一端的浪漫之国——法国。柏辽兹可以说是浪漫主义标题交响乐的真正创造者,他力图把音乐文学化,用音乐语言表达生动具体的形象。《幻想交响曲》事实上是作品的副标题,柏辽兹为作品所起的正式标题为:《一位艺术家一生的插曲》。彼时作曲家正陷于对歌唱家史密逊的狂热单恋中不可自拔,这部作品的创作灵感也正来源于他自己。柏辽兹也是位配器大师,他大胆创新、探索各种乐器组合的可能性,使管弦乐队的色彩焕然一新,绽放出别样的魅力。以法国作品见长的指挥大师迪图瓦,掌控乐团色彩的能力登峰造极,此番再度与中国爱乐乐团合作让我们格外期待。(唐韵,青年小提琴家)


中国爱乐乐团成立20周年系列演出之一

薪火传承:迪图瓦与木岛真优

The China Philharmonic Orchestra 20th Anniversary Series I

Through Generations: Dutoit and Kishima


莫杰斯特·穆索尔斯基:前奏曲“莫斯科河上的黎明”,选自歌剧《霍万兴那》

彼得·伊里奇·柴可夫斯基:D大调小提琴协奏曲,作品35

埃克托·柏辽兹:幻想交响曲,作品14


小提琴:木岛真优

指挥:夏尔·迪图瓦


小提琴:木岛真优

木岛真优出生于日本神户,三岁开始习琴。2016年在首届上海艾萨克·斯特恩国际小提琴比赛中获得第一名。

木岛在日本以及世界各地的诸多比赛中斩获许多奖项。2000年,她在第八届维尼亚夫斯基青少年小提琴比赛中获得最高荣誉二等奖(一等奖空缺)。她是日本在该赛事中最年轻的最高荣誉获得者。

2011年,在科隆国际音乐比赛决赛中,木岛对布鲁赫第《二小提琴协奏曲》的出色诠释为她赢得了一等奖以及大卫·加瑞特奖。

2004年六月,木岛与俄罗斯国家爱乐乐团合作,由弗拉基米尔·斯皮瓦科夫执棒(Vladimir Spivakov)。随后,俄罗斯媒体写到:“指挥大师罗斯特罗波维奇(Mstislav Rostropovich)称木岛为‘世界上最出色的青年小提琴家’,实至名归”。木岛凭借其精湛的琴艺和对音乐的完美诠释赢得了观众的认可。

2005年,木岛曾与圣切西利亚交响乐团合作,由罗斯特罗波维奇执棒(二月巡演于罗马和马德里);与美国国家交响乐团合作(五月于美国华盛顿);与伦敦交响乐团合作(六月巡演于伦敦)以及与巴伐利亚广播交响乐团合作(七月巡演于慕尼黑及周边城市)。深具影响力的《法兰克福汇报》曾报道称“她(木岛真优)在罗斯特罗波维奇的提携下被全世界所熟知,正如卡拉扬提携安妮-索菲·穆特(Anne-Sofie Mutter)、马泽尔(Maazel)帮助希拉里·哈恩(Hilary Hahn)成名一样”。

木岛至今已参与过多张专辑的录制。作为日本NHK交响乐团音乐总监的弗拉迪米尔·阿什肯纳齐(Vladimir Ashkenazy)曾大力举荐木岛演奏拉威尔的《茨冈》。这部作品收录在阿什肯纳齐与日本NHK交响乐团合作的第一张唱片《拉威尔管弦乐作品》里面,并在2003年11月由奥克塔维亚唱片公司出版。2006年,木岛再次与阿什肯纳齐与日本NHK交响乐团合作演出。2008年1月,木岛出版了她的独奏专辑《恰空舞曲》。2013年12月,她出版了另一张独奏专辑《升》,演奏了福列《第一奏鸣曲》。2015年,她在卢加诺玛尔塔·阿格里奇音乐节的现场录音,被收录在《阿格里奇和她的朋友们》唱片

中,这张专辑在2016年五月由华纳唱片出版。

木岛目前居住在科隆和巴黎,并经常在欧洲各地巡演。她曾与波恩爱乐乐团合作在德国巡演、与纳塔利娅·古特曼在莫斯科合作演出、与新俄罗斯国家交响乐团在索契合作演出、与巴什梅特和莫斯科独奏家乐团在日本合作演出,以及在卢加诺玛尔塔·阿格里奇音乐节举办独奏音乐会。2011年九月,木岛与布拉格交响乐团合作哈恰图良《小提琴协奏曲》。2012年春,在与关西爱乐乐团和东京爱乐乐团的合作中,木岛和乐团精彩绝伦的演出获得了乐团和观众的一直好评。她在西班牙演出,还再一次参加了在卢加诺玛尔塔·阿格里奇音乐节,并与玛尔塔·阿格里奇及其他多位音乐家合作室内乐。

2013年,木岛与弗兰德斯交响乐团在比利时合作巡演,并且再次应邀参加卢加诺玛

尔塔·阿格里奇音乐节演出。除索契的巴什梅特音乐节外,她还与由罗杰·诺林顿爵士

(Sir Roger Norrington)执棒的日本NHK交响乐团合作,以及与殷巴尔和法兰克福广播交响乐团合作,并取得了巨大成功。2014年,木岛在一系列演出中均获得了高度赞扬,包括卢加诺的玛尔塔·阿格里奇音乐节、与日本NHK交响乐团和弗兰德斯交响乐团的合作巡演、与台北交响乐团的合作演出。2015年,木岛的演出计划更加令人瞩目,如,由波扬斯基(Polyansky)执棒的俄罗斯国家交响乐团(日本巡演)、由谭盾执棒的日本NHK交响乐团,东京爱乐乐团、大阪爱乐乐团以及一系列室内音乐会。2016年六月,她又一次受邀于卢加诺的玛尔塔·阿格里奇音乐节,并与韩国钢琴家林东赫(Dong Hyek Lim)合作。

木岛曾师从泉林(Izumi Hayashi)、户上和代(Kazuyo Togami)、江藤俊哉(Toshiya Eto)、多罗西·迪雷(Dorothy DeLay)、川崎雅夫(Masao Kawasaki)、町小栗旬(Machi Oguri)和千寻工藤(Chihiro Kudo)等大师。木岛通过考试,连续三年(1997-1999)参加宫崎音乐节期间的艾萨克·斯特恩大师课。2008/09年度,她还曾求学于瑞士的小泽征尔学院。2012年春,木岛以最高分1.0分的优异成绩从科隆音乐学院毕业,她在那里师从扎哈·布朗。2015年,她从科隆音乐学院研究生班毕业,受到了所有教授的一致赞扬,并取得了德国国家级音乐家资质(音乐会演奏文凭)。

2002年,木岛真优获得了日本文化部的海外留学奖学金。

木岛演奏使用的是一把产于1700年的“前佩特里”(ex Petri)安东尼奥·斯特拉迪瓦里(Antonio Stradivarius)小提琴,由上野隆治博士赞助。

本场音乐会是她第一次与中国爱乐乐团合作。


指挥:夏尔·迪图瓦

世界级指挥夏尔·迪图瓦先生以杰出卓越的音乐才能与渊博开拓和充沛活力之魂享誉全球。他对音乐精湛的理解与广泛的保留曲目,让他与世界众多乐团与独奏家保持良好的合作关系。

自从1980年迪图瓦先生于美国费城交响乐团的首演后,他在每一个乐季里定期首要与美国各大主流交响乐团合作,包括波士顿交响乐团、纽约爱乐乐团、费城交响乐团、洛杉矶爱乐乐团、芝加哥交响乐团、旧金山交响乐团、克里夫兰交响乐团;欧洲著名乐团包括:柏林爱乐乐团、荷兰阿姆斯特丹皇家音乐厅乐团、匹兹堡交响乐团及伦敦各大交响乐团,并与以色列爱乐乐团和日本、南美、澳大利亚的主流乐团合作。

迪图瓦先生和Decca、DGG、Philips、CBS、Erato唱片公司签约并与欧美和日本的交响乐团录制唱片,高达170多张,这有一半是与蒙特利尔交响乐团合作录制的,并获得了超过40个奖项,在世界范围内发行。迪图瓦先生自1997年至2002年出任加拿大蒙特利尔交响乐团艺术总监的25年任期中,其出众的才能、广泛的音乐影响力以及和该乐团的默契合作被世人公认。

1990年至1999年,迪图瓦先生作为美国费城交响乐团夏季音乐季的艺术总监和首席指挥,不仅带领该乐团参加纽约州的萨拉托嘎表演艺术节,在费城的曼恩音乐中心上举办夏季系列音乐会,并录制唱片。

1991年至2001年迪图瓦先生出任法国国家交响乐团音乐总监,带领该乐团在世界五大洲作巡演以及灌录唱片。

1996年,作为日本NHK交响乐团的音乐总监和首席指挥,迪图瓦先生率领该团三次出访欧洲、美国、中国和东南亚国家。

20岁时,应卡拉扬之邀指挥维也纳歌剧院乐团后,迪图瓦先生先后与英国皇家歌剧院、美国大都会歌剧院和柏林德意志歌剧院合作。他在洛杉矶音乐中心歌剧院演出了柏辽兹的巨著《特洛伊人》,受到高度的赞誉。

2003年,他开始在布伊诺斯艾利斯的科隆剧院指挥瓦格纳的歌剧系列——《漂泊的荷兰人》和《尼伯龙根的指环》全剧。

迪图瓦先生热衷投身于培养青年乐团,其中包括UBS瑞银·韦尔比耶音乐节管弦乐团、美国费城柯蒂斯音乐学院乐团、纽约朱利亚音乐学院乐团、芝加哥市政乐团。迪图瓦先生曾三年担任在日本札幌的太平洋音乐节艺术总监和日本宫崎国际室内乐音乐节音乐总监,以及中国广东国际音乐夏令营音乐总监。并与日本广播协会电视台共同制作了以音乐都市为主题的电视文献片《世界十大音乐之都》。

1988 年,夏尔·迪图瓦被授以荣誉勋位,1996 年法国政府授予他艺术与文学三等荣誉勋位。1991年,他被授予费城“良好市民”的称号。1995年,他荣获魁北克州政府颁发的魁北克国家大骑士勋章。由于他对加拿大音乐事业的杰出贡献,加拿大艺术联合会

授予他加拿大音乐委员会奖章和荣誉证书。1998 年,迪图瓦与享有世界声望的经济学家约翰·肯尼斯·加尔布雷思教授和科学家詹姆斯·希利尔博士一起,荣获加拿大最高荣誉的嘉奖:四等骑士勋章。

迪图瓦先生生于瑞士洛桑,曾在日内瓦、威尼斯、波士顿等地的音乐学院攻读小提

琴、中提琴、钢琴、敲击乐、音乐史、作曲等音乐课程。作为一名周游列国且对各国历

史、考古、政治、建筑、视觉艺术有特殊厚爱的艺术大家,迪图瓦先生已经走访过195多个国家。目前,他安居于瑞士、巴黎、蒙特利尔、布宜诺斯艾利斯和日本。

迪图瓦上次与中国爱乐乐团合作是在2011年10月6日,他在那场音乐会上用马勒第八交响曲为北京国际音乐节开幕。


Modest MUSSORGSKY: Prelude: Dawn over the Moscow River, from Khovanshchina

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

Hector BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique


Mayu KISHIMA, violin

Charles DUTOIT, conductor


Mayu KISHIMA, violin

First Prize winner of the First Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition in 2016, Mayu Kishima was born in Kobe, Japan. She began the violin at the age of three. 

Kishima has won a large number of prizes in competitions inside and outside Japan. In 2000, she caused a stir in the music world when she took top honors (second prize with no first prize awarded) as the youngest-ever Japanese top prizewinner in the Junior Division of the 8th Wieniawski International Competition for Young Violinists.

In 2011, she was awarded First Prize, as well as the David Garrett Award for outstanding musical interpretation, in the final round of the International Music Competition Cologne for her performance of the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 2.  

In June 2004, Kishima performed with the Russian National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Spivakov. Her performance was lauded by a Russian newspaper, which said: “It’s no wonder the great Mstislav Rostropovich calls her ‘the world’s best young violinist.’ She awed the audience with her superb technique and mature understanding of the music.”

In 2005, Kishima performed with the Orchestra dell’AccademiaNazionale di Santa Cecilia, conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich (Rome and Madrid, February); the National Symphony (Washington, D.C., May); the London Symphony Orchestra (London, June); and the Symphonieorchester des BayerischenRundfunks (Munich and other locations, July). She was praised by the influential Frankfurter AllgemeineZeitung newspaper, which said: “She was made known to the world by Rostropovich in the same way that Karajan made Anne-Sofie Mutter famous and Maazel made Hilary Hahn famous.”

Kishima has participated in several recordings thus far. On the strong recommendation of Vladimir Ashkenazy, who had become Music Director of the NHK Symphony Orchestra, she performed “Tzigane” on Ravel: Orchestral Works, the first recording by Ashkenazy & the NHK Symphony Orchestra (released on Octavia Records in November 2003). She performed with the same conductor and orchestra again in March 2006. In January 2008, Kishima released her solo album Chaconne, and in December 2013 she released the solo album Rise, featuring Sonata No. 1 by Faure. The live recording of her performance at the 2015 Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano was included in the CD Argerich & Friends, which was released on Warner Music in May 2016. 

Currently Kishima is based in Cologne and Paris and performs frequently in Europe. She took part in a tour of Germany with the Bonn Philharmonic Orchestra. She also performed with Natalia Gutman in Moscow, with the Novaya Rossiya State Symphony Orchestra in Sochi, and with Bashmet and the Moscow Soloists in Japan; and gave a recital at Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano. She gave passionate performances of Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto in September 2011 with the Prague Symphony Orchestra in Prague, and in spring 2012 with the Kansai Philharmonic and Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestras, receiving the acclaim of the orchestras as well as the audiences. In addition to giving a performance in Spain, she participated again in Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano, where she performed chamber music with Martha Argerich and many others.

In 2013, Kishima toured in Belgium with the Flanders Symphony Orchestra and was re-invited to participate in Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano, and to participate in the Bashmet Music Festival in Sochi, among many other projects including a performance with NHK Symphony Orchestra under Sir Roger Norrington. She also performed with Inbal and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra with much success.In 2014 her engagements included a performance in Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano, a tour with NHK Symphony Orchestra and Flanders Symphony Orchestra, and a co-performance with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra, all of which received high acclaim. In 2015 she carried out an ambitious performance schedule, including participation in the Japan tour of the State Symphony Capella of Russia conducted by Polyansky, concerts with the NHK Symphony conducted by Tan Dun, Tokyo Philharmonic and Osaka Philharmonic orchestras, and chamber music concerts. Once again she was invited to Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano in June of 2016, where she performed with Dong Hyek Lim.

Kishima has received instruction from Izumi Hayashi, Kazuyo Togami, Toshiya Eto, Dorothy DeLay, Masao Kawasaki, MachiOguri, ChihiroKudo and others. She passed the audition for and participated in Isaac Stern’s master class at the Miyazaki Music Festival an exceptional three years in a row (1997-1999). She alsoparticipated in the Seiji Ozawa Academy in Switzerland in 2008 and 2009. In the spring of 2012 she graduated with a top grade of 1.0 from the Hochschule fur Musik in Cologne, where she studied under Zakhar Bron. In the autumn of 2015, she graduated at the top of her class from the graduate school of the Hochschule fur Musik in Cologne, with all professors awarding her highest grades, and received Germany’s national qualification for musicians (Konzertexamen certificate). 

In 2002, Kishima received a fellowship for overseas study from the Japanese Ministry of Culture. 

Kishima plays Antonio Stradivarius ex Petri 1700, kindly loaned by Dr. Ryuji Ueno.

This concert features her debut with the China Philharmonic Orchestra.


Charles DUTOIT, conductor

Throughout a career that has energetically spanned the globe and mined the riches of orchestral repertoire, Charles Dutoit has exhibited a passion for excellence and insatiable discovery. Renowned for polished and idiomatic interpretations of an eclectic array of musical styles, he regularly collaborates with the world's pre-eminent orchestras and soloists. 

Since his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1980, Charles Dutoit has been invited each season to conduct all the major orchestras of the United States, including those of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Pittsburgh and Cleveland. He has also performed regularly with all the great orchestras of Europe, including the Berlin Philharmonic and Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw Orchestra as well as with all the London orchestras, the Israel Philharmonic and all the major orchestras of Japan, South America and Australia.

Charles Dutoit has also recorded extensively for Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, EMI, Philips, CBS, Erato and other labels with American, European and Japanese orchestras. His more than 170 recordings, half of them with the Montreal Symphony, have garnered more than 40 awards and distinctions around the world.

For 25 years (1977 to 2002), Charles Dutoit was Artistic Director of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, a dynamic musical partnership recognized the world over.

Since 1990, he has been Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra's summer festival at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in upstate New York. Between 1990 and 1999, he also directed the orchestra's summer series at the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia, and led them in a series of distinctive recordings.

From 1991 to 2001, Charles Dutoit was Music Director of the Orchestre National de France with whom he made a number of critically lauded recordings and toured extensively on the five continents.

In 1996, he was appointed Principal Conductor and in 1998, Music Director of the NHK Symphony Orchestra (Tokyo) with whom he has toured Europe 3 times, as well as the United States, China and Southeast Asia.

When still in his early 20’s, Charles Dutoit was invited by Von Karajan to lead the Vienna State Opera. He has since conducted regularly at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, the Metropolitan Opera, New York and the Deutsche Oper, Berlin. He also led a highly acclaimed new stage production of Berlioz's masterpiece Les Troyens at the Los Angeles Music Center Opera.

In 2003, he began a series of Wagner’s operas - Der fliegende Hollander and the complete Ring Cycle - at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires.

Dutoit’s interest in working with student orchestras has led to frequent collaborations with the Orchestra of the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, the Julliard Orchestra in New York, the Civic Orchestra in Chicago and the UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra in Switzerland. He was Artistic Director of the Sapporo Pacific Music Festival for three seasons and is presently Music Director of the Miyazaki International Music Festival in Japan and Music Director of the Canton International Summer Music Academy (CISMA) in Guangzhou (Canton), China. 

He has made ten documentary films for NHK Television in Japan for a series entitled Cities of Music featuring ten musical capitals of the world.

In 1988, Charles Dutoit was invested as Officier, and in 1996 as Commandeur de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the government of France. In 1991, he was made Honorary Citizen of the City of Philadelphia. In 1995, the government of Québec named him Grand Officier de l'Ordre national du Québec. He is the recipient of two awards by the Canadian Conference of the Arts, both in recognition of his distinguished service and exceptional contributions to music in Canada. In 1998, Charles Dutoit was invested as Honorary Officer of the Order of Canada, the country’s highest award of merit whose other honorary recipients include John Kenneth Galbraith, James Hillier, Nelson Mandela, The Queen Mother, Vaclav Havel and Boutros Boutros-Ghali.

Charles Dutoit was born in Lausanne, Switzerland and his extensive musical training included violin, viola, piano, percussion, history of music and composition at the Conservatoires and Music Academies of Geneva, Siena, Venice and Boston.

A globetrotter motivated by his passion for history and archaeology, political science, art and architecture, Charles Dutoit has visited and traveled in 195 countries around the world.

He maintains residences in Switzerland, Paris, Montreal, Buenos Aires and Tokyo.

His last appearance with the China Philharmonic Orchestra was on October 6th, 2011 when he conducted Mahler’s Symphony No.8 at the opening concert of the Beijing Music Festival.