- 2018年04月28日 星期六 19:30
小提琴家林昭亮先生备受世界赞誉，演奏极富感染力，展现出卓越的音乐才华。在长达 30 多年的环球演奏生涯中，音乐足迹广泛，除与世界各知名乐团举办演奏会之外，亦包括室内乐之演出，并致力于音乐教学。
林昭亮近期的演出计划横跨多个领域。他在各大洲之间以独奏家的身分巡回演出，曾与美洲达拉斯乐团、多伦多乐团、休斯顿乐团、纳什维尔乐团、底特律乐团、圣地亚哥乐团和洛杉矶室内乐团合作过；与欧洲乐团如卑尔根爱乐乐团、斯德哥尔摩爱乐乐团、慕尼黑爱乐乐团以及英国室乐团同台演出；在亚洲，与香港爱乐乐团、新加坡交响乐团、马来西亚爱乐乐团以及曼谷交响乐团共同演出。在 2010-2011 音乐季，他与上海交响乐团展开广泛合作，任音乐季的特驻艺术家，除担任独奏和指挥、参加室内乐演出之外，并举办大师班教学。林先生热爱当代音乐，曾与多位作曲家合作并为其作品作世界首演，其中包括谭盾、乔尔• 霍夫曼 (Joel Hoffman)、约翰•哈比森 (John Harbison)、克里斯托弗•劳斯 (Christopher Rouse)、埃萨 - 佩卡·萨洛宁 (Esa-PekkaSalonen)、拉罗·斯齐弗林 (Lalo Schifrin)、保罗•肖恩费德 (Paul Schoenfield)、盛宗亮、琼•陶尔 (Joan Tower) 等风格截然不同之作曲家。身为狂热的室内乐音乐家，林昭亮除了参加北京音乐节之外，也定期在纽约林肯中心室内乐协会音乐季、阿斯本音乐节、圣达菲室内音乐节等演出。
自 2001 年起，林昭亮担任拉荷亚音乐协会“仲夏音乐节”的音乐总监，从最初着重于纯粹室内乐演出，发展到目前包含舞蹈、爵士和新兴音乐节目等的多元化之音乐节，并委约许多作曲家创作新曲，其中包括奇克•柯瑞亚 (Chick Corea)、斯蒂瓦特•柯佩兰 (Stewart Copeland)、里昂•柯希纳 ( Leon Kirchner)、克里斯托弗•劳斯 (Christopher Rouse)、维恩•舒特 (Wayne Shorter)、凯佳•萨利亚霍 (Kaija Saariaho) 和冈瑟•舒勒 (Gunther Schuller) 等。
林昭亮的音乐录音全辑内容丰富，包括为索尼古典音乐、Decca、Ondine、Naxos 和 BIS 等灌制的专辑。他的专辑荣获多个奖项，包括被《留声机》杂志评为“年度最佳唱片”和两次获格莱美奖提名。他的专辑反映出其音乐生涯涉猎之广，从标准的莫扎特到斯特拉文斯基的小提琴协奏曲，从勃拉姆斯到拉威尔的室内乐和从陈怡到克里斯托弗•劳斯的当代音乐。他最新发行的专辑是和世宗独奏家室内乐团及安东尼•纽曼 (Anthony Newman) 演奏的维瓦尔第 (Vivaldi) 的《四季》，由 Naxos 录制的盛宗亮和金希文 (Gordon Chin) 合作的小提琴作品，以及由 Koch 录制的乔治•琼塔基思 (George Tsontakis) 作曲的《第一小提琴协奏曲》。
林昭亮 1960 年生于台湾，5 岁开始随李淑德 (Sylvia Lee) 学习小提琴。12 岁前往悉尼进修，师从罗伯•比克勒 (Robert Pikler)。在悉尼，他受伊萨克•帕尔曼 (Itzhak Perlman) 的启发，于 1975 年赴纽约报考茱莉亚音乐学院，跟随帕尔曼的老师多罗西•迪蕾 (Dorothy DeLay) 女士学习六年。19 岁在纽约莫扎特音乐节首次登台，随后与纽约爱乐乐团合作，开始其职业演奏生涯。2000 年，被《音乐美国》(Musical America) 杂志评选为“年度器乐演奏家”。1991年，获邀执教茱莉亚音乐学院；最近，他被聘为莱斯大学Shepherd 音乐学院的小提琴教授。他演奏用的琴是斯特拉迪瓦里在 1715 年制作的“提香”。
Robert Schumann: Overture to Manfred, Op.115
Johannes Brahms: Violin Concerto in D major, Op.77
Carl Nielsen: Symphony No.4 “the Inextinguishable”, Op.29
Cho-Liang Lin, violin
Choo Hoey, conductor
Cho-Liang Lin, violin
Violinist Cho-Liang Lin is lauded the world over for the eloquence of his playing and for the superb musicianship that marks his performances. In a concert career spanning the globe for more than thirty years, he is equally at home with orchestra, in recital, playing chamber music, and in a teaching studio.
Mr. Lin’s concert engagements reflect his wide-ranging musical activities. Performing on several continents, he appears as soloist with orchestras of Detroit, Toronto, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, San Diego and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; in Europe with the Bergen Philharmonic, Stockholm Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic, and the English Chamber Orchestra; and in Asia with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, Singapore Symphony, Malaysia Philharmonic, and Bangkok Symphony.
In recent seasons, Mr. Lin has expanded his orchestral engagements to include performances as both soloist and conductor. He completed season-long residencies with the Shanghai Symphony and with the Singapore Symphony which included engagements as soloist and conductor, participating in chamber music, and giving master classes. In 2012/13, Mr. Lin returns to play and conduct with the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan and the symphonies of Detroit, San Antonio, and Shanghai.
As an advocate for music of our time, Mr. Lin has enjoyed collaborations and premieres with composers such as Tan Dun, Joel Hoffman, John Harbison, Christopher Rouse, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Lalo Schifrin, Paul Schoenfield, Bright Sheng, and Joan Tower. An avid chamber musician, Mr. Lin appears at the Beijing Music Festival, as well as his perennial appearances performing at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Aspen Music Festival, and Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.
As Music Director of La Jolla Music Society’s SummerFest since 2001, Mr. Lin has helped develop a festival that once focused primarily on chamber music into a multidiscipline festival featuring dance, jazz and a burgeoning new music program commissioning composers as diverse as Chick Corea, Stewart Copeland, Leon Kirchner, Christopher Rouse, Wayne Shorter, Kaija Saariaho and Gunther Schuller. In Asia, Mr. Lin serves as Artistic Director of Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival, and he was recently appointed Artistic Director of the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra’s Youth Music Summer Camp where he also conducts performances and serves as a member of the string faculty.
Cho-Liang Lin’s extensive discography includes recordings for Sony Classical, Decca, Ondine, Naxos and BIS. His albums have won such awards as Gramophone’s Record of the Year, as well as two Grammy Award nominations. His recordings reflect the breadth of his distinctive career including the standard violin concerti from Mozart to Stravinsky, chamber music from Brahms to Ravel and contemporary music from Chen Yi to Christopher Rouse. His most recent discs include Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with Sejong and Anthony Newman, violin works of Bright Sheng and Gordon Chin on Naxos, and the First Violin Concerto by George Tsontakis on Koch. Upcoming plans include recording a violin concerto by Joan Tower with the Nashville Symphony.
Born in Taiwan in 1960, Cho-Liang Lin began his violin lessons when he was 5 years old with Sylvia Lee. At the age of 12, he went to Sydney to continue his musical studies with Robert Pikler. Inspired by an encounter with Itzhak Perlman while in Sydney, he traveled to New York in 1975 to audition for Perlman’s teacher, the late Dorothy DeLay, at the Juilliard School. He was to study with Miss DeLay for six years. At the age of nineteen Mr. Lin made his New York debut at the Mostly Mozart Festival and soon thereafter with the New York Philharmonic and his concert career was launched. In 2000 Musical America named Mr. Lin its Instrumentalist of the Year. He was invited to join the faculty of the Juilliard School in 1991. More recently he was appointed professor of violin at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music. He plays the 1715 "Titian" Stradivarius.
Please note that all bios must contain reference to Mr. Lin’s title as Music Director of La Jolla Music Society’s SummerFest.
Choo Hoey, conductor
Choo Hoey, the world famous conductor, his native place is Chao Zhou, in Guang Dong Province. He graduated from Royal Academy of Music in 1955, and achieved Manns Memorial award and Emest Read conductor award. After that, He went to The Royal Conservatory in Brussels for his further study. Choo Hoey successfully started his conductor career since he conducted Stravinsky’s L'histoire du Soldat. In 1968, Choo Hoey became to the chief conductor of Greek National Opera, his repertoire include Debussy, Bartok, Berg and Stravinsky’s work. He has been invited by famous orchestras in Greek for many times. Furthermore, he conducted Greek radio and television Symphony Orchestra for recording projects. In 1979 Choo Hoey has invited by Singapore Symphony Orchestra, and became to the Musical Director, general conductor and orchestra founder. In 2007, he also became to Artistic Director of Qingdao Symphony Orchestra.