- 2018年03月11日 星期日 19:30
2014-15乐季，秦立巍与米兰威尔第交响乐团、洛杉矶爱乐乐团、阿德莱德交响乐团、上海交响乐团以及奥克兰爱乐乐团合作演出。秦立巍先后与众多国际知名乐团和指挥家有过成功的艺术合作，包括：亚诺夫斯基指挥的柏林广播交响乐团、胡萨指挥的汉堡北德广播交响乐团、塔巴奇尼克指挥的柏林交响乐团、布兰古耶指挥的巴塞尔交响乐团、布里杰指挥的伦敦爱乐乐团、范·斯蒂恩指挥的BBC 交响乐团、托特利埃指挥的BBC爱乐乐团、布拉宾斯指挥的BBC 苏格兰交响乐团、梵志登指挥的香港管弦乐团、贝洛拉维克指挥的大阪爱乐乐团、余隆指挥的中国爱乐乐团、谭盾指挥的悉尼交响乐团以及已故的维奥蒂指挥的墨尔本交响乐团和梅纽因勋爵指挥的华沙交响乐团。他还与慕尼黑室内乐团、苏黎世室内乐团、澳大利亚室内乐团和波罗的海室内乐团等室内乐团进行合作演出。
秦立巍曾担任英国皇家北方音乐学院的大提琴教授，目前在新加坡杨秀桃音乐学院任教。他同时还担任上海音乐学院和北京中央音乐学院的客座教授。他使用的是一把 1780 年的约瑟夫·瓜达尼尼大提琴，由吴毓逊(Wilson Goh) 夫妇特别赞助。
Joseph Haydn: Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Hob.VIIb/1
Anton Bruckner: Symphony No.7 in E major, WAB 107
Li-wei Qin, violoncello
Eliahu Inbal, conductor
Li-wei Qin, violoncello
'Mr. Qin has a great deal going for him, including a meltingly beautiful tone, flawless centered intonation and an ironclad technique' - New York Times
An exclusive Universal Music China Artist, Li-Wei Qin has appeared all over the world as a soloist and as a chamber musician. After achieving great success at the 11th Tchaikovsky International Competition where he was awarded the Silver Medal, Li-Wei has since won the First Prize in the prestigious 2001 Naumburg Competition in New York. “A superbly stylish, raptly intuitive performer ” (Gramophone Magazine, January 2015) was the description of the cellist’s Elgar and Walton concerti recording with the London Philharmonic.
During the 15/16 season, Li-Wei will make his debut with the Finnish Radio Orchestra/Lintu, the Vienna Radio symphony Orchestra/Rabl, the Malaysian Philharmonic/Ashkenazy. He will also appear with the Melbourne Symphony/Sir Andrew Davis for their residency in Shanghai as well as China Philharmonic 2016 European tour. Other engagements including returns to the Queensland Symphony, Shanghai Symphony, NCPA Symphony and Auckland Philharmonic Orchestras.
Two times soloist at the BBC Proms in London’s Royal Albert Hall, Li-Wei has enjoyed successful artistic collaborations with many of the worlds great orchestras including all the BBC symphony orchestras, the Los Angeles philharmonic, London Philharmonic, the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, the NDR-Sinfonierorchester Hamburg, the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the Basel Symphony, the Prague symphony, the Osaka Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, China Philharmonic, the Sydney Symphony and Melbourne Symphony among many others. Leading conductors with whom he has worked include Marek Janowski, Jaap Van Zweden, Jiri Belohlavek, Jan Pascal Totelier, Hans Graf, Yu Long, the late Machello Viotti and the late Lord Menuhin. Li-Wei has also appeared with chamber orchestras such as the Kremerata Baltika, Sinfonia Vasovia, the Munich, the Zurich, the Australian Chamber Orchestras.
In recital and chamber music, Li-Wei is a regular guest at the Wigmore Hall and for the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society, New York. He has appeared at the BBC Proms, the Rheinghau, the City of London, the Schlewigs-Holstein and the Mecklenburg Festivals. Li-Wei has collaborated with musicians such as Daniel Hope, Nabuko Imai, Misha Maisky, David Finckel, Wu Han, Vladimir Mendelssohn and Peter Frankel, among many others.
Li-Wei’s recordings on Universal Music/Decca include the complete Beethoven Sonatas, Works of Rachmaninov with pianist Albert Tiu, Dvo?àk Concerto with Singapore Symphony Orchestra and conductor Lan Shui and Elgar/Walton Concerti with the London Philharmonic. Most recently, courtesy of Universal Music, Li-Wei's 2013 live concert with the Shanghai Symphony and Maestro Yu Long has been released on Sony Classical.
Born in Shanghai Li-Wei moved to Australia at the age of 13, before accepting scholarships to study with Ralph Kirshbaum at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester and with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London. He was invited to join the BBC 'New Generations' scheme in 2001 and in 2002, Li-Wei received the Young Australian of the Year Award. Other major invitations included appearances at both the 2008 Beijing Olympics (New Zealand Symphony), 2012 London Olympics and the Davos World Economics Forum (Basel Symphony Orchestra).
Prior to teaching at the YST Conservatory, Li-Wei was a professor of cello at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. He is also a guest professor at Shanghai and Central Conservatory of Music in China. Li-Wei plays a 1780 Joseph Guadagnini cello, generously loaned by Dr and Mrs Wilson Goh.
Eliahu Inbal, conductor
Inbal, one can trace the clear traits of role models and teachers such as Franco Ferrara and Sergiu Celibidache; he possesses the strength for tranquillity and the sense to create unbridled passion and dramatic effect. Die Welt
Since winning first prize in the Cantelli Conducting Competition at the age of 26, Eliahu Inbal has enjoyed an international career, conducting leading orchestras worldwide. Over the years, he has been appointed principal conductor of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra (hr-Sinfonieorchester), Teatro La Fenice in Venice, RAI National Symphony Orchestra, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Czech Philharmonic and the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.
During his tenure with the hr-Sinfonieorchester (1974-1990), whose honorary conductor he remains today, Eliahu Inbal distinguished himself as an outstanding musical personality of our time. The charismatic Israeli conductor, who lives in Paris, received international acclaim for his interpretations of Mahler and Bruckner on a number of award-winning recordings (Deutscher Schallplattenpreis, Grand Prix du Disque) and was the first to record the original versions of Bruckner’s symphonies. He has received special recognition for his interpretations of Dmitri Shostakovich’s symphonies in particular.
2016 marks Eliahu Inbal’s 80th birthday. Throughout the year, he features as a guest conductor with the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra (SWR) in Basel, Vienna and at the Spring Festival in Monte-Carlo, conducts Bruckner’s Symphony No. 9 with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France at the Philharmonie de Paris, Symphony No. 4 at the Konzerthaus Berlin and the Alte Oper Frankfurt, and Symphony No. 8 with the Orchestra del Teatro la Fenice. He also travels to Asia, where he is a frequent guest with the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in his role as Conductor Laureate, on tour with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, and to conduct the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra.
His operatic engagements have taken him to opera houses in Paris, Glyndebourne, Munich, Stuttgart, Zurich and Madrid, among others. He celebrated the 2013 Wagner anniversary year with highly acclaimed performances of Parsifal at the Vlaamse Opera and Tristan and Isolde at the Festival de Opera de A Coru?a (International Opera Award 2014). Eliahu Inbal has been awarded the national Italian critic’s prize Abbiati et Viotti for his exceptional interpretations of Wagner’s Ring with the RAI National Symphony Orchestra. In February 2016 he returned to A Coru?a to conduct a concert performance of Richard Strauss’ Salome.
Eliahu Inbal’s extensive discography includes the complete symphonic works of Berlioz, Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler, Ravel, Schumann, Shostakovich, Scriabin, Stravinsky, Richard Strauss, and the Second Viennese School. He has recorded these works with the hr-Sinfonieorchester as well as the Philharmonia Orchestra London, Orchestre National de France, Vienna Symphony, London Philharmonic, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the Czech Philharmonic. His performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 10 (completed version by D. Cooke), part of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra’s Mahler cycle, was also released on DVD.
Born in Israel, Eliahu Inbal studied violin and composition at the Jerusalem Music Academy before completing his studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Paris on the recommendation of Leonard Bernstein. His teachers there included Louis Fourestier, Olivier Messiaen and Nadia Boulanger. He was also greatly influenced by Franco Ferrara in Hilversum (Netherlands) and Sergiu Celibidache in Siena (Italy). In 1990, the French government named Eliahu Inbal an officer of the Order of Arts and Letters. In February 2001 he was awarded the Golden Medal for Merit from the city of Vienna. He received the Goethe Badge of Honour from the City of Frankfurt and the Order of Merit from the Federal Republic of Germany in 2006.
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