交响音乐会

  • 2019年11月29日 星期五 19:30
  • 购票指南中山公园音乐堂
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导赏 11月29日的这场音乐会将聚焦德沃夏克、斯美塔纳和巴托克三位作曲家。德沃夏克和斯美塔纳都来自美丽的捷克共和国,是民族乐派的代表人物。如果没有这两位伟大的作曲家,捷克就不会拥有如今在古典音乐领域里的地位,世人同样也将缺少通过音乐来了解这个国家的机会。不论是节奏热烈的斯拉夫舞曲,还是以写景闻名的《沃尔塔瓦河》,都是这个国家的音乐最杰出的代表,它们通过旋律将捷克优美和谐的自然、人文景观画卷展开在观众面前。

由日本著名小提琴家宓多里担当独奏的巴托克第二小提琴协奏曲则将展现匈牙利民间音乐在二十世纪的全新风貌。1971年出生的宓多里今年48岁,对于弦乐演奏家而言,正处在最佳年龄段,音乐处理的成熟、演奏技术的完备都保证着宓多里的音乐会演奏质量,这首技术上近乎严苛,音乐理念上又颇为现代的作品或许是最好的试金石,让观众领略一位完美的小提琴演奏家在台上有着怎样的风采。(孙海杰,乐评人)



交响音乐会

Symphonic Concert

 

安东宁·德沃夏克:四首斯拉夫舞曲,选自作品46

贝德李希·斯梅塔纳:沃尔塔瓦河,选自《我的祖国》

贝拉·巴托克:罗马尼亚民歌,作品Sz.56,BB 68

贝拉·巴托克:第二小提琴协奏曲,作品BB 117

 

小提琴:宓多里

指挥:洪音

 

  ©Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

小提琴:宓多里

宓多里是一位不可思议的艺术家、活动家和教育家。她不断超越传统的界限,探索音乐与生活经历之间的联系并且有着非同常人的职业生涯。她从不停息,始终饱含着创新的热情和深刻的洞察力,这使她成为一名出色的音乐会小提琴家、全球文化大使和优秀的音乐教育者。

作为活跃在舞台超过30年的顶级音乐会小提琴家,宓多里经常把她优雅的精确和饱满的热情带给全世界观众,给他们不仅仅是听觉上的盛宴而且还是内心深处的感动。她和世界上顶级的职业乐团均有合作,比如伦敦交响乐团、德累斯顿国家管弦乐团、马勒室内乐团、芝加哥交响乐团、亚特兰大交响乐团、蒙特利尔交响乐团、辛辛那提交响乐团、匹兹堡交响乐团和捷克爱乐乐团等等。另外,她还与彼得·艾特沃斯、克里斯朵夫·艾森巴赫、丹尼尔·加蒂、艾伦·吉尔伯特、苏珊娜·马尔吉、罗伯特·斯帕诺、詹姆斯·康伦和帕沃·雅尔维等杰出的指挥家有着长期合作。

2017年夏季演出的重点是在美国、加拿大和日本,主要是与乐团和室内乐团演奏柴可夫斯基、舒伯特和德沃夏克的作品。同时她发布的巴赫无伴奏小提琴奏鸣曲和组曲的DVD专辑获得了很高的评价,视频是在巴赫曾担任乐队长的克藤城堡录制,宓多里结合她完美的技巧和丰富的情感深入地探索作曲家的想法,让人看到了巴赫音乐中多元化的经历。

宓多里不仅带来了一种全新的小提琴演奏标准,而且在曲目的扩展上也下了很多功夫,包括演奏了很多当代作品,例如她与作曲家艾特沃斯和法国广播爱乐乐团录制的小提琴协奏曲‘DoReMi’;2016年的独奏CD专辑她与欧祖尔·爱丁共同演奏了布洛赫、雅纳切克和肖斯塔科维奇的小提琴奏鸣曲;并且在2013年与指挥家克里斯朵夫·艾森巴赫和NDR北德广播爱乐乐团演奏的兴德米特小提琴协奏曲荣获格莱美专辑大奖。

在她寻找和探索音乐如何帮助全世界的人们,宓多里会时不时离开音乐厅和录音棚,来到非常需要音乐的地方。2017年,宓多里为了庆祝‘宓多里和她的朋友们’这个公益组织成立25周年,这个公益组织专门把音乐教育带到纽约的各个学校体系和医院中,分享音乐,这位日本人的项目通过一些创新、活动、解释和在当地学校自我描述来传递包括西方古典和日本传统音乐。她的搭档在2003年成立了演出组织,旨在把古典音乐传播到美国各个主要城市中心。2004年,成立市民交响乐团,鼓励年轻的音乐家们把艺术表演培养成他们终生的追求,帮助他们在今后的人生充满活力地坚持学习古典音乐。

宓多里的活动范围遍及全球,音乐分享的国际委员会项目宣传通过让全世界的年轻音乐家在一印度尼西亚、起为难以接触到古典音乐的观众交流演出。这个项目的乐团已经在缅甸、孟加拉国、老挝、蒙古、印度尼西亚、柬埔寨、尼泊尔、日本等地。而且在2017-2018年这个组合将去到和印度然后回到日本。

宓多里也经常作为文化外交专家去演讲,最近是在华盛顿全球D.C的约翰·霍普金斯大学的高级国际研究院,因为她所做的重多国际活动,在2007年荣获联合国秘书长潘基文颁发的世界和平大使,并且2012年在达沃斯世界经济论坛获得了钻石奖。

宓多里办这些活动的初衷,就是开发和加强人们和音乐之间的联系,同时这也指导着她的教学方法。从2018-2019年,她加入了柯蒂斯音乐学院著名的小提琴教授团队,带着她音乐上的专业技术和顶级的演奏水准来到她的工作室,而且她的经历是全体学校委员会的积极榜样。因为想提前熟悉这个职务,宓多里将来柯蒂斯音乐学院举办大师课,和同学们一起建设团队,还为学校开设艺术家公民课程。

直到2018年5月, 宓多里将继续担任长达14年一对一小提琴教学的南加州大学桑顿音乐学院权威小提琴教授和海菲茨工作室主任,在她去柯蒂斯音乐学院之后,她将作为南加州大学的客席艺术家在这延续她的影响力。

宓多里也是北京中央音乐学院的荣誉教授,大阪相爱大学和上海音乐学院的客座教授,此外还是约翰·霍普金斯皮博迪音乐学院的权威客席艺术家。她在2000年和2005年在纽约大学获得的性别研究学士和哲学硕士强烈地告诉她教学的哲学方法:“在我们工作室,诚实、健康和尊严是原则,这能够通过时间检验指导我们,自我怀疑、自我提问和成长。”

宓多里1971年出生在日本大阪,她最开始是跟随母亲五岛节学琴,在很小的时候就展现出来强烈的音乐天赋。1982年,指挥家祖宾·梅塔邀请11岁的 宓多里与纽约爱乐乐团在新年音乐会上共同演出,在这次首演结束后观众热情地起立欢呼着,这也激励着她不断追寻着最好的音乐发展和最高的音乐水准。

宓多里演奏的是瓜奈里于1734年制作的名琴‘ex-Huberman’,她使用了4把琴弓,两把由多米尼克·皮卡特制作,一把来自弗朗克斯·皮卡特,另一把由保罗·谢菲尔德制作。

宓多里上次与中国爱乐乐团的合作是在2009年10月16日,她在那场音乐会上演奏了西贝柳斯的小提琴协奏曲。


指挥:洪音

杭州爱乐乐团驻团指挥兼业务部副主任

出生于音乐世家,自幼随天津音乐学院高燕生先生学习钢琴演奏及作曲理论基础知识。高中就读于天津市直属重点天津中学毕业后,以优异的文化课及专业成绩考入中央音乐学院指挥系,学习交响乐队指挥专业,师从中央歌剧院音乐总监、杭州爱乐乐团艺术总监兼首席指挥杨洋。

2012年,洪音执棒了由中国对外文化交流协会和北京对外文化交流协会共同主办的“第五届北京国际音乐比赛—长笛比赛”全部比赛音乐会及颁奖音乐会,获得了评委和参赛选手的高度赞扬。2012年及2013年,洪音与来自美国的默剧大师丹尼·卡密连续合作两年,为小朋友们献上了《音乐会的小丑》及《丢失的大象》两场精彩的六一儿童音乐会,完美的展现了舞台表演和乐队指挥的结合。

2013-2014年,洪音在由国家广电总局和浙江省人民政府主办的“中国国际动漫节” 开幕式工作中,担任音乐总监。2014年7月,洪音在由浙江省文化厅主办的“第九届音乐舞蹈节比赛”中担任西洋乐组别评委。2015年,由上海音乐学院与杭州爱乐乐团合作开办的“作曲系新作品试听-杭州爱乐乐团实践基地”项目开启至今,洪音担任项目总负责人及音乐会指挥。2015年,由杭州市文广集团“FM89杭州之声”广播电台与“杭州爱乐乐团”合作开办的《89听爱乐》专业古典音乐欣赏频道,正式向洪音颁发聘书,并任栏目总监,开播至今受到听众及专业人士的一致赞扬。2016年8月,洪音参与了2016中国杭州G20峰会“最忆是杭州”音乐会的全部排练演出工作,并于同年10月执棒了13场 “最忆是杭州”音乐会的复演。2017年6月1日儿童节,洪音制作并执棒著名德国儿童歌剧<Hänsel und Gretel> 音乐会版中国首演。

作为目前中国最活跃的青年指挥家之一,洪音的足迹遍及了广州交响乐团、深圳交响乐团、青岛交响乐团、兰州交响乐团、甘肃交响乐团、西安交响乐团、昆明交响乐团等。合作过的国际音乐家有米歇尔·马丁·科弗勒、玛西莫·麦瑟尔、周善祥等。国内艺术家有魏松、石倚洁、薛皓垠、唐俊乔、娜木拉等。洪音在参与国内各地方交响乐团的大量排练演出工作同时,在近年内还带领杭州爱乐乐团进行了百场普及音乐会、室内乐音乐会、户外夏季音乐会和“高雅艺术进校园”活动以及乐团音乐季的演出,深受观众及大学高校师生好评。洪音不仅在交响乐作品量方面有着深厚的积累,而且还在指挥风格及艺术处理上有着独到见解。

本场音乐会是洪音第一次与中国爱乐乐团合作。

 


Antonín DVOŘÁK: 4 Slavonic Dances, from Op.46

Bedřich SMETANA: Vltava, from Má vlast

Béla BARTÓK: Romanian Folk Dances, Sz.56, BB 68

Béla BARTÓK: Violin Concerto No. 2, BB 117

 

MIDORI, violin

Hong Yin , conductor

 

MIDORI, violin

Midori is a visionary artist, activist and educator whose unique career has transcended traditional boundaries through her relentless drive to explore and build connections between music and the human experience. Never at rest, Midori brings the same dynamic innovation and expressive insight that has made her a top concert violinist to her other roles as a leading global cultural ambassador and a dedicated music educator.

A leading concert violinist for over 30 years, Midori regularly transfixes audiences around the world, bringing together graceful precision and intimate expression that allows the listening public to not just hear music but to be personally moved by it.  She has performed with the world’s top orchestras including the London Symphony, Staatskapelle Dresden, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal, Cincinnati Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony and Czech Philharmonic. In addition, she has collaborated with leading musicians such as Peter Eötvös, Christoph Eschenbach, Daniele Gatti, Alan Gilbert, Susanna Mälkki, Robert Spano, James Conlon and Paavo Järvi, among others.  

The 2017 summer season highlights Midori’s versatility with performances of orchestral and chamber works by Tchaikovsky, Schubert and Dvořák in the USA, Canada and Japan. The DVD of her highly-acclaimed interpretation of J.S. Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin will also be released. In the recording, filmed at Köthen Castle where Bach served as Kapellmeister, Midori unites her technical and expressive mastery with her historic and emotional insight into the composer, providing the viewer with a multidimensional experience of Bach’s music.

Midori not only brings a fresh perspective to established standards for violin but also ceaselessly strives to expand the repertoire, including through the creation of new works. Midori inspired Peter Eötvös to compose the violin concerto DoReMi, which she then recorded with Eötvös and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. The 2016 CD joins her diverse discography that includes sonatas by Bloch, Janáček and Shostakovich performed with pianist Özgür Aydin, and a 2013 Grammy Award-winning recording of Hindemith’s violin concerto with Christoph Eschenbach conducting the NDR Symphony Orchestra.

In her quest to explore and expand how music is essential to people everywhere, Midori goes beyond the concert hall and recording studio to those areas where music access is most needed. In 2017, Midori celebrates the 25th anniversary of the activities of two of her non-profit organizations: Midori & Friends, which brings high-quality music education to New York City school children, and MUSIC SHARING, a Japan-based program that provides access to both western classical and Japanese music traditions through innovative events, activities, instruction and presentations in local schools, institutions and hospitals. Her Partners in Performance organization, founded in 2003, promotes interest in classical music outside of major urban centers across the United States, while her Orchestra Residencies Program, begun in 2004, encourages young musicians to develop a life-long and multifaceted engagement with the performing arts, helping to ensure that the classical scene will continue vibrantly for years to come.

Midori also brings her activism to a global level. MUSIC SHARING’s International Community Engagement Program promotes intercultural exchange by enabling young musicians from around the world to come program’s ensembles have performed in Myanmar, Bangladesh, Laos, Mongolia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Nepal, Vietnam and Japan, and the 2017-2018 group will head to India as well as return to Japan.

Midori also regularly speaks as an expert on cultural diplomacy, most recently at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. She has been honored for her international activism: in 2007, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon named Midori a Messenger of Peace, and in 2012 she received the Crystal Award from the World Economic Forum in Davos.

The same vision that motivates Midori’s activism – discovering and strengthening the bonds between people and music – also guides her educational approach. From the 2018-2019 school year, she joins the renowned violin faculty roster at the Curtis Institute of Music, bringing her musical expertise as an active top-level performer to her studio and her experience as an activist to the school’s community engagement programs. Prior to taking up this position, Midori will visit Curtis to present master classes, work with students on community building, and contribute to the school’s Artist-Citizen courses.

Until May 2018, Midori will also continue as a Distinguished Professor of Violin and the Jascha Heifetz Chair holder at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, where she has spent 14 years working one-on-one with her violin students. After moving to Curtis, she will continue her involvement at USC through a visiting artist role. 

Midori is also an honorary professor at Beijing’s Central Conservatory of Music, a guest professor at both Soai University in Osaka and the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and a distinguished visiting artist at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University. Her own degrees in gender studies and psychology from New York University (BA 2000, MA 2005) strongly inform her holistic teaching philosophy: “In our studio, the tenets of Honesty, Health, and Dignity guide us through the times of trial, self-doubt, self-questioning, and growth.”

Midori was born in Osaka, Japan in 1971 and began her violin studies with her mother, Setsu Goto, after displaying a strong aptitude for music at an early age. In 1982, conductor Zubin Mehta invited the then 11-year-old Midori to perform with the New York Philharmonic in the orchestra’s annual New Year’s Eve concert. The standing ovation that followed her debut spurred Midori to pursue a major musical career at the highest level. 

Midori plays the 1734 Guarnerius del Gesù ‘ex-Huberman’. She uses four bows – two by Dominique Peccatte, one by François Peccatte and one by Paul Siefried.

Her last appearance with the China Philharmonic Orchestra was on October 16th, 2009 when she performed Sibelius’ violin concerto.


HONG Yin, conductor

Conductor-in-residence and Vice Director of Artistic and Orchestra Operation Department of Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra

Being the heir to a family of musicians, Hong Yin received education on piano and basic knowledge of composition theory from Mr. GaoYansheng of Tianjin Conservatory of Music. Upon finishing his high school education at Tianjin High School, a key school at city level, Hong Yin was admitted to Conducting Department, Central Conservatory of Music with excellent cultural and professional grades. He majored in symphony orchestra conducting, and learnt fromYangYang, Music Director of China National Opera House, ArtisticDirector and Principal Conductor of Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra.

In 2012, Hong Yin conducted the competition and the award concert of “The 5th Beijing International Music Competition - Flute”, sponsored by China International Cultural Association and Beijing International Culture Exchange Association. His conductorship was highly recognized by judges and contestants. In 2012 and 2013, Hong Yin collaborated with American mime master Dan Kaminto present two wonderful children’s concerts:“The Clown of the Concert” and “The Lost Elephant”, combining stage performance and concert conductorship in a perfect way.

From 2013 to 2014, Hong Yin served as the music director in the opening ceremony of the “China International Cartoon &Animation Festival” hosted by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China and Zhejiang Provincial People’s Government. In July 2014, Hong Yin served as judge of the Western Music Group in the “Ninth Music and Dance Festival Competition” hosted by the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture.Since 2015, Hong Yin has served as the general manager and concert conductor of the “New Works Auditionof Composition Department -Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra Practice Base” jointly organized by Shanghai Conservatory of Music and Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra.In 2015, Hong Yin was hired as the director of the professional classic music appreciation channel of “89 Listen to Music” jointly organized by Hangzhou Culture Radio Television Group“FM89 Voice of Hangzhou” radio station and “Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra”. The program received unanimous praise from listeners and professionals. In August 2016, Hong Yinparticipated in all the rehearsals and performances of the “Enduring Memories of Hangzhou” concert at the 2016 G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China. In October of the same year, he performed 13 times of the “Enduring Memories of Hangzhou”. On June 1, 2017, Children’s Day, Hong Yin produced and made the debut of the famous German children’s opera <Hänsel und Gretel> concert in China.

As one of the most active youth conductors in China, Hong Yin has worked with Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra, Qingdao Symphony Orchestra, Lanzhou Symphony Orchestra, Gansu Symphony Orchestra, Xi’an Symphony Orchestra, Kunming Symphony Orchestraand so on. Hong Yin has partnered with many international musicians and domestic artists such as Michael Martin Köfler, Massimo Mercell, Kit Armstrong, WeiSong, ShiYijie, XueHaoyin, TangJunqiao andNaMula. In addition to participating in a large number of rehearsal andperformances of various local symphony orchestras in China, Hong Yinalso led the Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra to presenthundreds of popular concerts, chamber music concerts, outdoor summer concerts, “Elegant Art into the Campus” activities and music season performances. His conductorship is well received by the audience, university teachers and students.Hong Yin not only has a deep accumulation in the volume of symphony works, but also has unique insights in command style and artistic processing.

This concert features his debut with the China Philharmonic Orchestra.