- 2021年01月10日 星期日 19:30
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110th Anniversary of Gustav Mahler’s Death Series I
A Concert in Commemoration of the 110th Anniversary of the Birth of Ding Shande
旅美著名男中音歌唱家，中央音乐学院声乐歌剧系教授、博士生导师。他在欧、美20多家主流歌剧院主演了40多部歌剧。并和费城，芝加哥，德国班贝格等顶级交响乐团演出音乐会。还在美国，芬兰，新加坡，香港，广州 北京的音乐节上举办个人独唱音乐会。他曾在九个不同制作近五十场的演出中成功的塑造了《弄臣》中的剧名主角，《歌剧新闻》和《纽约时报》给予了高度的评价；英国广播公司(BBC)在庆祝伊丽莎白女王二世登基五十周年的系列活动中直播了全剧的演出。他担任主角之一的歌剧《小妇人》在美国公共电视台(PBS)“伟大的演出”节目中播放，并由Ondine公司录制唱片和DVD；Philips公司发行了他同中国交响乐团录制的歌剧咏叹调及《黄河颂》的唱片。Naxos公司也发行了他主演的歌剧《尼克松在中国》现场版唱片。袁晨野是多明戈先生担任华盛顿歌剧院艺术总监就职庆典音乐会的独唱嘉宾并受邀到白宫做客，他还在休斯顿市老布什总统雕像揭幕仪式上演唱美国国歌；2017年9月和广州交响乐团世界首演波兰作曲大师C.潘德列斯基的第六交响曲——中国诗歌，名字被印在世界著名音乐出版社Schott的乐谱上。他的国际声乐比赛奖项包括每五年举行一次的芬兰“米丽娅姆·海林”国际声乐比赛男声组第一名；纽约大都会歌剧院歌剧比赛最高奖；休斯敦大歌剧院声乐比赛第一名及观众奖；1994年他在第十届柴科夫斯基国际音乐比赛中获得声乐金奖，成为至今获此殊荣唯一的华人歌唱家。 2015年受指挥大师杰捷耶夫的邀请作为第15届柴赛亚洲唯一的声乐评委和颁奖嘉宾。他还是中国音乐“金钟奖”，央视青歌赛以及中国金唱片奖的评委。
Gustav MAHLER: Adagietto, from Symphony No.5
Gustav MAHLER: Rückert-Lieder
DING Shande: Five Folksong Arrangements, Op. 12
DING Shande: A Collection of Poems from Western Yunnan, Op. 22
ZHANG Liping, soprano
YUAN Chenye, baritone
Long YU, conductor
ZHANG Liping, soprano
A series of outstanding interpretations in both the bel canto and lyric repertoire have established Zhang Liping as one of opera’s leading international sopranos, with engagements at the Royal Opera Covent Garden, The Metropolitan Opera New York, Opéra de Paris, and the China National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA).
She has sung at Covent Garden, the MET Opera, Opera de Paris, Gran Teatro del Liceu Barcelona and Deutsche Oper Berlin, amongst other theatres. She also enthralled audiences around the globe with other significant opera roles such as Violetta (La Traviata), Lucia (Lucia di Lammermoor), Mimi (La Bohème), Tosca (Tosca), Liù (Turandot), Micaela (Carmen), Gilda (Rigoletto) and Leonore (Il Trovatore).
In her native country, Zhang has given many highly acclaimed performances such as the premiere of Chinese original opera Xi Shi, Tosca in the first NCPA Opera Festival and La Traviata conducted by Lorin Maazel. In 2010, Zhang was invited by Andrew Lloyd Webber to the premiere of his new musical, Love Never Dies in London. She was then invited to record the Chinese version of the musical's theme song in the Asian edition released by Polydor Records.
In 2011, Zhang returned to the Met Opera and worked with Plácido Domingo in the performance of Madama Butterfly. In 2012, Zhang's performance as Cio-Cio-San in Madama Butterfly at Covent Garden was recorded in 3D for transmission in theatres worldwide and for distribution on DVD. The movie was premiered in Europe and America and then was launched in 3D cinemas all over the world. In 2014, Zhang Liping signs an exclusive contract with Universal Music. As the label's first Chinese classical singer, she has released a Schubert lieder album Night and Dreams under Decca Classics in October 2014. Then the DG released her Chinese Arts Songs in 2015, and the Decca released her Sempre Libera (Airas from Verdi’s Operas) in 2018.
Zhang is currently a doctorial tutor of the Vocal Opera Department of the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.
Zhang works with the China Philharmonic Orchestra frequently, the last time being her performance as one of the soloists in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana on April 9th, 2017.
YUAN Chenye, baritone
ChenYe Yuan won the gold medal at the 10th International Tchaikovsky Competition in 1994, and was a jury member at the 15th Competition in 2015.He has also won first prize at Mirjam Helin International Singing Competition in Finland and was a national winner at the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in New York. Chenye Yuan has established himself as one of the leading baritones at National Center for the Performing Arts(NCPA)in Beijing. In 2013, He shared the title role of “Nabucco”with Placido Domingo in Gilbert Deflo’s new production, conducted by Eugene Cohn. In 2014, he had done the rivival and conducted by Massimo Zanetti. In the same year, he played the title role of “Eugene Onegin”in Alexei Stepanyuk’s production under the baton of Valery Gergiev.in 2015, He played the role of Amonasro in Francesco Micheli’s new production of Aida conducted by Zubin Mehta. Also in 2015, he debuted the role of Carlo Gerard in David Mcvicar’s production of “Andrea Chenier.In 2016, Chenye Yuan sang the role of Wolfram in Pier’Alli’s new production of “Tannhäuser”;Escamillo in Francesca Zambello’s production of “Carmen”and Sergeant Vaskov in “the Dawns Here Are Quiet”.These four operas conducted by Lv Jia. In 2017, he performed the role of Chou Enlai at Houston Grand Opera’s “Nixon in China”, directed by James Robinson and conducted by Robert Spano. The role he has also sung at San Francisco Opera, San Diego Opera, Canadian Opera Company,Vancouver Opera, Opera Colorado,Cincinnati Opera,Chicago Opera Theatre,Opera Theatre of St. Louis and the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra in New Zealand . He has performed the title role of “Rigoletto” in nine different productions, among them include:Welsh National Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Minnesota Opera, Michigan Opera Theatre, Palm Beach Opera, Sacramento Opera, San Antonio Opera, Opera Theatre of St.Louis and NCPA in Beijing.
Other recent engagements include: Michele in “Il Tabarro”and the title role in“Gianni Schicchi”at Opera Carolina; Umeya in Huang Ruo’s“Dr.Sun Yat-Sen”at Santa Fe Opera, Renato in“Un Ballo in Maschera”at Boston Lyric Opera Prince Seikyo in Tun Dun’s “Tea: A Mirror of the Soul” with Vancouver Opera and Giorgio Germont in “La Traviata”at Xi’An Concert Hall and ShangHai Summer Music Festival.
His concert engagements include：Krzysztof Penderecki’s “Three Chinese songs”with GuangZhou Symphony Orchestra (with the composer conducting) and Carmina Burana; Ye XiaoGang’s “Songs of the earth”with Detroit Symphony Orchestra at Lincoln Certer’s Avery Fisher Hall and Bamberg Symphony in Germany; “Lin An’s seven songs”with Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra at Shanghai Spring International Music Festival, “Des Knaben Wunderhorn”and Carmina Burana with China Philharmonic Orchestral at Beijing Forbidden City Concert Hall and Poly Theatre; Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit and Tian Jing Symphony Orchestra at Tianjing Grand Theatre conducted by Muhai Tang;Hadyn’s “The Creation”with Baltimore Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Neville Marriner; Mahler’s 8th Symphony conducted by Yoel Levi at NCPA; Nixon in China with Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia Festival with Marin Alsop conducting and Verdi Gala Concert conducted by Sir Antonio Pappano also at NCPA.
in 2017-18 season, Chenye Yuan performs as the soloist at the world premiere of Krzysztof Penderecki’s 6th symphony with Guang Zhou Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yu Long in Guang Zhou and at Beijing Music Festival, which marks the orchestra’s 60th season opening . He also plays the title role of “Manas” with the Central Opera House in its world premiere in Beijing. Later on, he performs at the opening concert of “Russian Cultural Year in China” with Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Vladimir Fedoseyev.Subsequently, he plays sergeant Vaskov again in the revival of “the Dawns Here Are Quiet”at NCPA; He also plays the role of Wen Tianxiang in the world premiere of “Marco Polo” which presented by GuangZhou Opera House in Beijing.in 2018-19 season， He plays the role of Germont in La Traviata at NCPA conducted by Renato Palumbo,and will sing the role again at Vancouver Opera in 2019-20 season. Chenye Yuan is currently a vocal professor at Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.
Yuan works with the China Philharmonic Orchestra frequently, the last time being his performance as one of the soloists in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana on April 9th, 2017.
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.