Time： 2016-01-23 20:00 Saturday
Add： NO.1380 Middle Fuxing Rd Shanghai China
Venue： Shanghai Symphony Hall - Concert Hall
Conductor: Lan Shui
Jing Hu: Jiang Kemei ，Jing Er Hu: Kong Weijuan
Piano: Song Siheng
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra
Qigang Chen: La nuit profonde for Jing Hu, Jing Er Hu and orchestra
Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No.3 in C major, Op.26
Shostakovich: Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93
时间： 2016-01-23 20:00 周六
Conductor: Lan Shui
Lan Shui has been Music Director of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra since 1997, Chief Conductor of the Copenhagen Phil since the 2007/08 season and he recently concluded a four year period as Artistic Advisor of the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra. Aside from a busy schedule with his ‘home orchestras’ guest engagements this season include l’Orchestre National de Lille, Tampere Philharmonic, Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa and the Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hiroshima Symphony orchestras.
Shui is renowned for his abilities as an orchestral builder and for his passion in commissioning, premiering and recording new works by the cream of Asia’s composers. Under his direction, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra has become a world-class ensemble – leading American Record Review to note that Shui has “turned a good regional orchestra into a world-class ensemble that plays its heart out at every concert.” They have made several acclaimed tours to Europe, Asia and the United States and appeared for the first time at the BBC Proms in September 2014.
As a guest conductor, Shui has worked with many orchestras in the United States including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony and Baltimore and Detroit Symphony orchestras. In Europe, he has performed with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, hr-Sinfonieorchester Frankfurt, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR, the Deutsche Radiophilharmonie, Gothenburg Symphony and Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire.
Since 1998 Shui has recorded over sixteen CDs for BIS - including the first ever complete cycle of symphonies by Tcherepnin - with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and music by Arnold and Hindemith with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra featuring soloists such as Dame Evelyn Glennie, Cho-Liang Lin and Gil Shaham.
Born in Hangzhou, China, Shui studied composition at the Shanghai Conservatory and graduated from The Beijing Central Conservatory. He continued his graduate studies at Boston University while at the same time working closely with Leonard Bernstein at the Tanglewood Music Festival. He has worked together with David Zinman as Conducting Affiliate of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, as Associate Conductor to Neeme Järvi at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and with Kurt Masur at the New York Philharmonic and Pierre Boulez at The Cleveland Orchestra.
Lan Shui is the recipient of several international awards: from the Beijing Arts Festival, the New York Tcherepnin Society, the 37th Besançon Conductors’ Competition in France and Boston University (Distinguished Alumni Award) - as well as the Cultural Medallion, Singapore’s highest accolade in the arts.
Jing Hu: Jiang Kemei
Jiang Kemei, a celebrated huqin (a family of bowed string instruments popularly used in Chinese music) player, is a national class-A artist enjoying special government allowance of the State Council. She is an honoured principal of the China Broadcast Chinese Orchestra, a guest professor of China Central Conservatory of Music, and a standing director of Chinese National Orchestra Society.
Jiang is all-embracing and constantly brings forth new ideas in the huqin playing. She crosses the boundary among different huqins, formulating her dignified and graceful performing style. She has successfully held a series of recitals in domestic and foreign cities, such as Beijing, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and Osaka. And in 2008, she had a huqin concert in New York Carnegie Hall on invitation. She has cooperated with many famous orchestras, including China Philharmonic Orchestra, China Symphony Orchestra, China Central Chinese Orchestra, Shanghai Chinese Orchestra, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Macao Chinese Orchestra, Russia National Symphony Orchestra, Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, and Cincinnati CCM Orchestra. She has premiered several huqin works, as Jing Feng, Yuan Wang, Farewell My Concubine, and At a Faraway Place.
As a soloist, Jiang has participated various international art activities, including Cannes International Film Festival, Prague Spring International Music Festival, Michelangeli International Music Festival, Belgrade International Arts Festival, and Macao International Music Festival. She has been on the stage of the Musikverein, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations, the Konzerthaus Berlin, and Sydney Opera House. She has established international reputation through her concerts in more than 40 countries. She was praised as “successful Jiang mode” and “the most outstanding and popular huqin player in our time.”
Jiang often participated some grand activities in China, such as Chinese New Year Gala held by CCTV, Chinese Spring Festival Gala, Chinese New Year Gala held by the Ministry of Culture, the 60th Anniversary of the China-Russia Diplomatic Relations, 2008 Beijing Olympic Culture Festival, etc. She was invited to be the judge of several competitions, including China Wenhua Arts College Award: the National Chinese Instruments Competition held by the Ministry of Culture, and CCTV National Chinese Instruments TV Competition.
Jiang’s works include Red Peach Blossom, and A Girl from the Mountains, and she released albums as Jing Feng, Chinese Banhu, and Qing Xian. She has recorded for many TV stations, broadcast stations, and recording companies. Moreover, she has recorded huqin music for some films and TV dramas, such as Not One Less, My Father and Mother, and Drawing Sword. Meanwhile, she has presented several Chinese instrumental music MTVs, among which Yu Ji, Chun Xiao, and Both Sides of Han River, has respectively won the Golden Prize of the 2nd, the 3rd, and the 5th National Urban TV Shows Competition.
Jing Er Hu: Kong Weijuan
Kong Weijuan, celebrated young erhu performer, is a member of Chinese Musician Association and China Nationalities Orchestra Society. And she currently serves as the principal of the erhu section in China Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra.
Kong graduated from China Conservatory of Music. In 2000, she participated China Dragon Festival in Paris on invitation, as the soloist and lead player of huqin (general term for several Chinese two-string bowed instruments, including the erhu, the jinghu, the gaohu, and the zhonghu) In 2001, she was invited to be the lead player of a large-scale ballet drama, Raise the Red Lantern, which was composed by Chen Qigang and directed by Zhang Yimou.
As a soloist of the erhu and the jinghu, Kong has cooperated with many famous Chinese orchestras, such as China Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, the National Ballet of China Symphony Orchestra, and China Film Symphony Orchestra. She has toured many cities in China and foreign countries with these orchestras. She has recorded for China Central Television, Beijing Television, China International Broadcast Station, and some films and TV dramas. And she has participated many international culture communication activities, such as Beijing Music Festival, Beijing Modern Music Festival, Hong Kong International Music Festival, Macao International Music Festival, Prague Spring International Festival, Warsaw International Music Festival, Poland International Arts Festival, and Chinese Culture Year held in Moscow and St. Petersburg. She has visited Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and dozens of countries in Asia, Europe, and America, obtaining great success.
Kong’s performing style is sincere and enthusiastic. She has accumulated rich performing experience on stage and formulated her unique style and characteristic, becoming one of the best huqin performers in new generation.
Piano: Song Siheng
Pianist Siheng Song was born in Shanghai, China in 1981 and is widely regarded as one of the top pianists of his generation.
In 2002, study abroad in France in the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris with Prof. Marian Rybicki. After receiving his Diploma of Concert Pianist, he went on to study with Olivier Gardon in the Conservatory of Paris, and is currently studying privately with Dominique Merlet.
After moving to Paris, Siheng began collecting many definitive prizes, such as first prizes in the Pontoise Piano Campus Concours, Morocco International Piano Concours, Viseu International Competition in Portugal, Grand Prix Animato International Concours.He was also a prizewinner at the Leeds,Dublin,and most importantly, the Grand Prize at the 2004 Long Thibaud Piano Concours, making him the first Chinese to win this prestige competition.
Since his victory in Paris, Siheng Song has toured extensively
worldwide,Tokyo,Soeul,Beijing,Shanghai,Paris,Berlin,London,NY and so on...His many festival engagements include festival de la Roque d'Antheron in France, Ruhr Festival in Germany, Beethoven Festival in Bonn, Chopin festival in Duszniki in Poland and so on.He has played with many orchestras outstanding such as Orchestra de Paris,Orchestra Philharmonic de Radio France,Orchestra Nationale de France, Orchestra Nationale de Lille, Orchestra Phiharmonic de Monte-Carlo, NRD Symphony Orchestra,Halle Orchestra of England,Chamber Orchestra of Vienna,Chamber Orchestra of Toulouse,New Japan Philharmonic,China Philharmonic,Hongkong Philharmonic.Recently, he recorded several CDs for Radio France, DG to high acclaim. His first solo CD was released in April under the Passavant label. Despite his young age, Siheng Song has been invited to judge at various competitions, including the Morocco International Piano Competition, the Grand Prix Animato, and the Grandes Amateurs International Piano Competition in Paris .He is also the youngest staying artist of Shanghai Grand Theatre.
Since 2010,he started to creat new style of the piano concert with the multimedia technology, Nodame Cantabile, Chopin Love, In search of Haruki Kurakami and Reading Pakin, Blue, 5 different multimedia concerts with different conceptions under his studio’s production, crossover with theatre,pictures,literature,not only to change the style of the piano concert,also give new ideas of the classicle music could be in the 21th. Centry.