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导赏 2020-2021音乐季是中国爱乐乐团第21个音乐季,这场音乐会不仅是新音乐季的开幕,更是经历的“新冠病毒肆虐”后的“后疫情时代”的开启。今年也是著名作曲家贝多芬诞辰250年纪念,此时中国爱乐乐团在艺术总监余隆执棒下,联袂小提琴演奏家宁峰,以贝多芬专场音乐会开启新乐季的大门,有着独特的意义,也显示了艺术家们和全国人民一道与疫情奋战后,对生命,对世界的思考。

音乐会选择的两部贝多芬作品有着独特的意义。贝多芬《D大调小提琴协奏曲》是贝多芬唯一的小提琴协奏曲,也是小提琴演奏家宁峰的拿手作品。作品创作于1806年,当时贝多芬对他的学生——伯爵小姐莱莎·勃伦斯威克产生了深深的爱情,这首作品旋律柔美、格调高雅、规模宏大,被誉为“小提琴协奏曲之王”。作品的第一乐章从定音鼓独奏开始,“不太快的快板”坚定、优雅、从容,具有英雄的气质。第二乐章是宽广抒情的“小广板”,旋律优美流畅。而第三乐章小提琴一开始就在四弦上奏出主题,这个跳跃的主题充满欢乐的情绪,最后小提琴到一弦高把位的泛音演奏,音域跨度极大,欢乐的情绪扑面而来。全曲的两段华彩是对演奏家技巧的考验 。

贝多芬的《F大调第六交响曲》被贝多芬亲自署名为“田园”,创作于1808年,当时贝多芬已经完全失聪,住在维也纳的海利根斯泰特。这里有一条被后人命名为的“贝多芬小路”,是他生前经常散步的乡村道路,在这条小路上,他获得灵感写下了“田园”。第六交响曲不仅仅是一幅幅美丽的乡村画卷,更是贝多芬当时内心世界的写照。第一乐章“初到乡村时的愉快感受”,乐曲充满投身大自然的喜悦。而第二乐章“在溪边”,清澈的流水,灌木丛中的鸟鸣、大自然的清新,跃上音符。其中结尾受争议的木管模仿鸟鸣,也是当时自然主义创作的一种常识 。第三乐章“乡村的欢乐聚会”具有浓郁的乡土气息,欢乐的舞蹈,纵情的歌唱在音乐中有很美妙体验。第四乐章是“暴风雨”,节奏鲜明的快板夹杂着雷鸣电闪,狂风呼啸,急速飞旋的音符为听者营造出另一番山野景象。第五乐章是“牧歌,暴风雨过后欢乐和感激的心情”,风暴过去,人们迎接欢乐,雨过天晴,牧人放歌,一切嘈杂归于喜悦和宁静。在开启“后疫情时代”时,“田园交响曲”将给你带来舒心与幸福的向往。


——伦兵 原《北京青年报》资深文化记者

中国爱乐乐团2020-2021音乐季

音乐季开幕音乐会

The China Philharmonic Orchestra Season 2020-2021

Season Opening Concert


路德维希·范·贝多芬:D大调小提琴协奏曲,作品61

路德维希·范·贝多芬:F大调第六交响曲,作品68


小提琴:宁峰

指挥:余隆


小提琴:宁峰

小提琴家宁峰出生于中国成都,曾就读于四川音乐学院,随后到英国皇家音乐学院深造,并成为该学院首个在毕业独奏上拿到满分的学生。宁峰在国际舞台上频频获奖,在汉诺威国际小提琴比赛、伊丽莎白女皇国际小提琴比赛和耶胡迪·梅纽因国际小提琴比赛上都有所斩获,并且在2005年迈克·希尔国际小提琴比赛(新西兰)获得第一名,在2006年获得帕格尼尼国际小提琴比赛第一名,紧紧跟随世界顶尖小提琴家卡瓦科斯、克莱默和阿卡多的步伐。

作为中国最高水平的演奏家,宁峰在中国本土演出频繁,包括与许多国内交响乐团以及世界其他巡演乐团进行合作。宁峰现居于柏林,常在世界各地进行演出,由此以其极其抒情的艺术表现、华丽精湛的演奏以及令人惊叹的技巧而享誉世界。

荷兰Channel Classics唱片公司为宁峰录制发行过多张唱片,最新一张唱片是2014年发行的宁峰与柏林德意志交响乐团合作演奏的布鲁赫《苏格兰幻想曲》和柴可夫斯基小提琴协奏曲。此前他还在该唱片公司录制了两张独奏专辑——于2013年8月发行的《Solo2》专辑收录了巴托克、普罗科夫耶夫和亨德密特的独奏奏鸣曲;专辑《Solo1》以帕格尼尼、克莱斯勒、贝里奥、施尼特凯和其他音乐家的曲目为主打。“你将被这张专辑中演奏者精湛的演奏才能所震惊,此外,为那美妙的音色所震撼。”《高保真音响试听》杂志谈及此专辑时如是说。

在音乐会的舞台上,宁峰在最近的演出季与交响乐团密切合作演出,包括布达佩斯节日乐团、柏林音乐厅管弦乐团(指挥:伊万·菲舍尔)、俄罗斯国家交响乐团(指挥:弗拉基米尔·尤洛夫斯基)、里昂国家管弦乐团等一流乐团,并在悉尼歌剧院、莫斯科音乐大厅、维也纳音乐厅、柏林音乐厅、上海东方艺术中心以及北京国家大剧院等著名音乐厅演出。他频频出席于声名远扬的音乐节和系列活动进行独奏表演,包括温哥华音乐系列、香港国际商会、布拉格之春和石勒州节日音乐节等。宁峰和伊戈尔·勒维特在德国合作献演,包括路德维希堡和梅克伦堡音乐节以及他每年定期出席的基辛格之夏艺术节,宁峰是此艺术节2014年度驻场艺术家。

宁峰在2014/15音乐季的首演亮点频频精彩纷呈,包括于洛杉矶爱乐乐团、慕尼黑交响乐团、李斯特室内乐团、柏林音乐厅等音乐厅的演出,并与奥克兰爱乐乐团、澳门交响乐团等乐团合作在首尔、香港和布鲁塞尔进行独奏和室内乐演出。在都柏林和中国的两个重要巡演中,宁峰将作为小提琴独奏与皇家利物浦爱乐乐团及其指挥佩特连科合作演奏格拉祖诺夫协奏曲,并将在随后的演出季里到访包括伦敦、苏黎世、柏林和维也纳等在内的欧洲主要中心城市,联袂香港爱乐乐团及其指挥Van Zweden合作献演贝多芬协奏曲。

宁峰的演奏用琴是一把1721年的斯特拉迪瓦里小提琴,名为“麦克米兰”,飞跃演奏香港有限公司贴心为他安排了私人贷款以供该小提琴的使用。


指挥:余隆

作为指挥家、音乐活动家的余隆,被《纽约时报》称为“中国音乐版图上最有影响力的人物。”他的艺术人生因为引领中国古典音乐事业的纵深发展、推动中国音乐家与作曲家登上国际舞台而熠熠生辉。在中国芸芸交响乐团之林,余隆是其中三个顶级团体的“掌门人”:中国爱乐乐团的艺术总监,上海交响乐团和广州交响乐团的音乐总监。他也身兼香港管弦乐团首席客座指挥、上海夏季音乐节联合总监。早于1998年,他创办了北京国际音乐节并担任艺术总监至2017年,后又继续担任艺术委员会主席至今。此外,余隆还担任中国音乐家协会副主席及中国音乐家协会交响乐团联盟主席。

余隆麾下的中国爱乐乐团,在教宗本笃十六世亲临现场见证下,首登梵蒂冈保罗六世礼堂演出,是中国交响乐团中的第一次,这场意义非凡的音乐会也是增进东西文明交流互动的里程碑式事件。2014年,余隆大师再开中国乐团先河,带领中国爱乐乐团在伦敦皇家艾尔伯特大厅的BBC逍遥音乐节献演,数以百万计的英国观众通过不同的方式观看了音乐会的转播。

自2009年始,余隆大师执掌上海交响乐团至今,成就斐然。2014年,上海交响乐团音乐厅落成;同年,余隆与上海音乐学院及纽约爱乐乐团一道,共同创建上海乐队学院。这是中国第一所为管弦乐手设立的研究教育机构。此外,应纽约爱乐乐团邀请,余隆作为该乐团国际顾问委员会的成员,与其他11位音乐倡导者和音乐大使协力推动各国音乐家及音乐机构深化国际交流。2016年,两年一度的音乐盛事“上海艾萨克斯特恩国际小提琴比赛”成功举办。2018年6月,余隆与德意志留声机公司(DG)签订独家代理合同,成为了DG旗下首位中国指挥家,为上海交响乐团取得全球发行与供应的合作关系。2019年,余隆率上海交响乐团世界巡演,亮相BBC逍遥音乐节、阿姆斯特丹音乐厅、爱丁堡国际艺术节、拉维尼亚艺术节以及卢塞恩音乐节。

1994年,余隆首次指挥广州交响乐团;2003年成为乐团音乐总监。在任内,余隆大力扩展乐团的保留曲目,带领乐团拓宽国际演出版图,先后到访欧洲、美洲、澳洲、非洲、中东等地。同时,他也不遗余力履行音乐教育的使命。2005年至2007年,广州交响乐团创办广东国际音乐夏令营,并邀请著名指挥大师夏尔迪图瓦任音乐总监,以及玛塔阿格里奇和加里格雷夫曼等著名艺术家组成导师团队。2017年1月,广州交响乐团创办首届广东国际青年音乐周,在演出与教育的对话中“开启世界与中国交响乐新的篇章”。音乐周由余隆亲自担任艺术委员会主席,并由世界著名大提琴家马友友担任艺术总监。

国际舞台上的余隆,同样地位显赫,炙手可热。世上最受瞩目的管弦乐团,如纽约爱乐乐团、芝加哥交响乐团、费城管弦乐团、洛杉矶爱乐乐团、蒙特利尔交响乐团、巴黎管弦乐团、班贝格交响乐团、汉堡国家歌剧院乐团、柏林广播交响乐团、北德广播交响乐团、慕尼黑爱乐乐团、悉尼交响乐团、BBC交响乐团、英国爱乐乐团、东京爱乐乐团和新加坡交响乐团都曾经在余隆的指挥下演出。

1964年,余隆生于上海的音乐世家。他音乐上的启蒙与授业恩师正是他的祖父、著名作曲家丁善德。其后,他求学上海音乐学院;继而负笈西行,入读并毕业于著名的柏林高等艺术大学。1992年,余隆任北京中央歌剧院常任指挥。

驰骋乐坛数十载,余隆大师的成就备受肯定。2010年,他获评“年度中国文化人物”、2013年获颁“中华艺文奖”。为表彰余隆对中外文化交流及中国音乐发展的贡献,中央音乐学院向他授予荣誉院士证书。

在国际上,余隆大师获得的荣誉同样显赫。其中包括2002年由德国万宝龙文化基金会颁发的“万宝龙卓越艺术成就奖” ,以及2003年获颁的“法兰西文学艺术骑士勋章”。2005年,意大利政府授予余隆“共和国骑士勋章”;2014年,受法国政府颁授代表最高荣誉的“法国荣誉军团勋章”;2015年,获美国大西洋理事会“全球公民奖”以及耶鲁大学音乐学院的“桑福德奖章”;2016年,余隆被选为美国艺术与科学院的外籍荣誉院士,同年获得德意志联邦共和国十字勋章;2018年,余隆又被授予香港演艺学院荣誉博士学位。


Ludwig van BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto in D major, Op.61

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN: Symphony No.6 in F major, Op.68


NING Feng, violin

Long YU, conductor


NING Feng, violin

Established at the highest level in China, Ning Feng performs regularly in his native country with major international and local orchestras, in recital and with the Dragon Quartet which he founded in 2012. Now based in Berlin and enjoying a global career, Ning Feng has developed a reputation internationally as an artist of great lyricism and emotional transparency, displaying tremendous bravura and awe-inspiring technical accomplishment.

Recent successes for Ning Feng have included a return to Budapest Festival Orchestra with Iván Fischer in Budapest and on tour to China performing Dutilleux L’arbre des songes, and on tour with Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and van Zweden which included performances in Singapore, Seoul, Osaka, Sydney and Melbourne, following his critically-acclaimed European tour with the orchestra in 2015, as well as successful debuts with Los Angeles Philharmonic, Frankfurt Radio Symphony and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. In recital and chamber music he performs regularly with Igor Levit, amongst others, in many of the major festivals in Germany and elsewhere, including Kissinger Sommer, Heidelberg, Moritzburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Schubertiade and La Jolla Music Society (California).

Highlights of Ning’s 2017/18 season include debuts with City of Birmingham Symphony with Gražinytė-Tyla playing Bruch Scottish Fantasy and Brahms Violin Concerto, with Royal Scottish National Orchestra performing Korngold, with BBC Scottish Symphony performing Bernstein’s Serenade with John Wilson and with New Jersey Symphony/Slobodeniouk. Ning also returns to Bilbao Symphony Orchestra with Giancarlo Guerrero, China Philharmonic with Isaac Stern, and Guangzhou Symphony and Hong Kong Philharmonic, both under the baton of Long Yu. Chamber music highlights include returns to Wigmore Hall and Schubertiade to perform the Schubert Piano Trios with Igor Levit and Daniel Müller-Schott, and two all-Schubert programmes with Nicholas Angelich and Edgar Moreau in Lucerne, as well as his debut at Moritzburg Festival and a performance at Premiere Performances Hong Kong’s 10th anniversary gala concert.

Ning Feng records for Channel Classics in the Netherlands and his latest disc, Apasionado, with Orchestra Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias and Rossen Milanov, features works by Sarasate, Lalo, Ravel and Bizet/Waxman and was released in March 2016. Two further discs are due for release in the 2017/18 season: Bach’s complete solo works for violin, and the Elgar and Finzi Violin Concertos with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto.

Born in Chengdu, China, Ning Feng studied at the Sichuan Conservatory of Music, the Hanns Eisler School of Music (Berlin) with Antje Weithaas and the Royal Academy of Music (London) with Hu Kun, where he was the first student ever to be awarded 100% for his final recital. The recipient of prizes at the Hanover International, Queen Elisabeth and Yehudi Menuhin International violin competitions, Ning Feng was First Prize winner of the 2005 Michael Hill International Violin Competition (New Zealand), and in 2006 won first prize in the International Paganini Competition.

Ning Feng plays a 1721 Stradivari violin, known as the ‘MacMillan’, on private loan, kindly arranged by Premiere Performances of Hong Kong, and plays on strings by Thomastik-Infeld, Vienna.


Long YU, conductor

Hailed by The New York Times as “the most powerful figure in China’s classical music scene,” the conductor and impresario Long Yu has devoted his illustrious career to steering China’s growing connection to classical music while familiarizing international audiences with the country’s most eminent musicians and composers. From north to south, Maestro Yu currently holds the top position in China’s three most prominent orchestras—Artistic Director of the China Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing and Music Director of both the Shanghai and Guangzhou symphony orchestras—as well as Principal Guest Conductor of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. He is co-director of Shanghai’s Music in the Summer Air festival and Chair of the Artistic Committee of the Beijing Music Festival, an annual autumn event that he founded in 1998 and served as Artistic Director until 2018. He is currently Vice President of the China Musicians Association and Chairman of its recently established League of China Orchestras.

Under Maestro Yu’s baton, the China Philharmonic Orchestra became the first Chinese orchestra to perform at the Vatican’s Paul VI Auditorium, a concert attended by Pope Benedict XVI marking a giant step in bridging East and West. In 2014, Maestro Yu led the China Philharmonic in the first Chinese orchestral performance at the BBC Proms at London’s Royal Albert Hall, a concert viewed by millions of people across the United Kingdom. 

Since taking the reins of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra in 2009, Maestro Yu’s initiatives include the 2014 opening of Shanghai Symphony Hall. That same year, he founded the Shanghai Orchestra Academy, China’s first post-graduate training program for orchestral musicians, in partnership with the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the New York Philharmonic, which also named Maestro Yu an honorary member of their International Advisory Board, a 12-member network of advocates and ambassadors gathered to connect the Philharmonic with individuals and institutions in their home countries. Two years later, he launched the biennial Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition, a result of his relationship with the Stern family dating from the violinist’s appearance at the Beijing Music Festival in 2000 marking the 20th anniversary of his groundbreaking China tour. In June 2018, Maestro Yu became the first Chinese conductor to sign an exclusive relationship with Deutsche Grammophon, offering the Shanghai Symphony a global release and distribution partnership. A year later, he led the orchestra on a tour of the United States and Europe, with performances at the BBC Proms and Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw as well as the Edinburgh, Lucerne and Ravinia festivals.

As Music Director of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra since 2003—an orchestra he first conducted in 1994—Maestro Yu has expanded the orchestra’s repertory and touring outreach (to Europe, the US, Australia, Africa and the Middle East) as well as its educational mission. Between 2005 and 2007, the GSO organized the Canton International Summer Music Academy with a distinguished faculty including Martha Argerich and Gary Graffman. In January 2017, the GSO inaugurated Youth Music Culture Guangdong, a performance and educational initiative “opening a new page in the Chinese symphonic world” with Yo-Yo Ma as Artistic Director and Maestro Yu leading its Artistic Committee. 

Also a towering figure on the international stage, Maestro Yu has conducted many highly-acclaimed orchestras throughout the world, including the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Staatsoper Hamburg, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic and Singapore Symphony Orchestra. 

Born in 1964 into a Shanghai musical family, Maestro Yu received his early musical education from his grandfather, the renowned composer Ding Shande, later continuing his studies at the Shanghai Conservatory and the Hochschule der Kunst in Berlin. In 1992, he was appointed Principal Conductor of the Central Opera House in Beijing and served as its conductor for three consecutive years.

Among his citations in China, Long Yu was named the 2010 Person of the Year in the Arts Field and was also granted the 2013 China Arts Award and an Honorary Academician from the Central Conservatory of Music for his dedication to cultural exchange and music development in China. 

Internationally, Maestro Yu received the Arts Patronage Award of the Montblanc Cultural Foundation in 2002. A year later, he was named a Chevalier dans L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. In 2005, the Italian government honored him with the title of L’onorificenza di Commendatore dell’Ordine al Merito. He was awarded France’s highest order of merit by joining the Légion d’Honneur in 2014. The following year, Maestro Yu received the prestigious Global Citizen Award from the Atlantic Council and the Samuel Simons Sanford Award from the Yale School of Music. In 2016, he was elected a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and also awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. In 2018, he was conferred an Honorary Doctorate from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.