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TAN DUN：Multimedia Symphonic Epic
小提琴独奏：丹尼尔•霍普 violin: Daniel Hope
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Duration: ca. 120 minutes with 15 mins’ intermission.
Suggested age: 10 and above.
Tan Dun Conductor & Composer
The UNESCO global Goodwill Ambassador, world renowned conductor/composer Tan Dun follows in the footsteps of his musical icons composer/conductor’s Mahler and Bernstein, in that his composing guides his conducting and his conducting simultaneously shapes his composing. He has made an indelible mark on the world's music scene with a creative repertoire that spans the boundaries of classical music, multimedia performance, and Eastern and Western traditions. A winner of today's most prestigious honors including the Grammy Award, Oscar/Academy Award, Grawemeyer Award for classical composition, Musical America's Composer of The Year, Bach of Germany Prize, and Moscow’s Shostakovich Award, Tan Dun's music has been played throughout the world by leading orchestras, opera houses, international festivals, and on the radio and television. As a conductor, Tan Dun has led the world's most esteemed orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Berliner Philharmoniker, Orchestre National de France, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Filharmonica della Scala, Münchner Philharmoniker, the Santa Cecilia Orchestra and Melbourne Symphony. As a global cultural leader, Tan Dun uses his creativity to raise awareness of environmental issues and to protect cultural diversity. In 2010, Tan Dun served as “Cultural Ambassador to the World” for World EXPO Shanghai.
Tan Dun’s individual voice has been heard widely by international audiences. In recent seasons, his percussion concerto, The Tears of Nature, for world famous soloist Martin Grubinger that premiered last year with the NDR Symphony Orchestra and Nu Shu: The Secret Songs of Women- (symphony for 13 microfilms, harp and orchestra) co-commissioned by the Philadelphia Orchestra, Japan’s NHK Symphony and Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. His first Internet Symphony, which was commissioned by Google/YouTube, has reached over 23 million people online. His Organic Music Trilogy of Water, Paper and Ceramic has frequented major concert halls and festivals. Paper Concerto was premiered with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the opening of the Walt Disney Hall. His multimedia work, The Map, premiered by YoYo Ma and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, has toured more than 30 countries worldwide. Its manuscript has been collected by the Carnegie Hall Composers Gallery. His Orchestral Theatre: The Gate was premiered by Japan’s NHK Symphony Orchestra and crosses the cultural boundaries of Peking Opera, Western Opera and puppet theatre traditions. Other important recent premieres include Four Secret Roads of Marco Polo for the Berlin Philharmonic and Piano Concerto “The Fire” for Lang Lang and the New York Philharmonic. Tan Dun was commissioned by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to write the Logo Music and Award Ceremony Music for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Recently, Tan Dun has been appointed as Honorary Artistic Director of China National Symphony Orchestra.
DANIEL HOPE Violinist
British violinist Daniel Hope (www.danielhope.com) has toured the world as a virtuoso soloist for 25 years. He is renowned for his musical versatility and creativity, and for his dedication to humanitarian causes. Daniel Hope, an exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artist since 2007, has earned numerous Grammy nominations, a Classical BRIT award, the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis and six ECHO Klassik Prizes.
Hope regularly directs chamber orchestras as violin soloist including the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Camerata Salzburg, and Lucerne Festival Strings. He has performed at all the world’s most important festivals, such as the BBC Proms, Hollywood Bowl, Lucerne, Ravinia, Salzburg, Edinburgh, Schleswig-Holstein, and Tanglewood. Hope has performed in all of the world’s most prestigious venues – from Carnegie Hall to the Concertgebouw – and with the world’s greatest orchestras. Highlights include appearances with the Boston and Chicago Symphonies and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, as well as the major orchestras of Berlin, London, Leipzig, Dresden, Israel, Moscow, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, and Vienna. Hope has been Associate Artistic Director of the Savannah Music Festival since 2004. He has also published three bestselling books and regularly produces radio and television shows around the world.
Daniel Hope plays the 1742 “ex-Lipiński” Guarneri del Gesù, placed generously at his disposal by an anonymous family from Germany. He resides in Vienna, Austria.
Chen Yuying (Harpist)
As a harpist, she was the winner of the 3rd Lille International Harp Competition, and awarded the best performer of the contemporary music. She also won the gold prize of the 1st International Elizabeth Golden Harp Competition in St. Petersburg, plus three special prizes for best performance of composition by Tchaikovsky, best performance of composition by A. Izmaylov and best performance of E. Parish Alvars’ La Norma Variation. Latest Chen Yuying got the fourth prize of 9th American International Harp Competition.
She has been awarded 2009 Best Literary and Art Worker by Propaganda Department of CPC, Shanghai Municipal Committee. She also won the honor title of Annual Best Young Artist and supported by Artist Talents Foundation. In 2011, she was awarded Shanghai March-Eighth Red-Banner Pacesetter. In June, 2014, Chen Yuying was highly privileged to attend Glory Blossoms – Top 10 Young Harpist Concert organized by national TV station CCTV.
Chen Yuying began piano lessons at the age of three. When she was nine, she started learning harp, and later was enrolled into Affiliated Primary School of Shanghai Conservatory of Music. In 2005, she graduated from Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and obtained master degree of classical performance in harp major in 2012.
Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra
Founded on April 20th 2009, Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra (HPO) has established itself as one of most promising and exciting symphony orchestras in China. The orchestra has ventured to perform across all disciplines of arts in concert, opera, ballet, chamber music and film score to critical acclaim.
Under the leadership of Deng Jingshan, its President, the orchestra has engaged Yang Yang as Music Director and Chief Conductor. Some of the foremost names have appeared as Artists-in-residence: violinist Ning Feng, cellist Qin Liwei, French horn player Han Xiaoming and pianist Kun-Woo Paik.
An impressive array of world renowned musicians has performed with HPO in the past years, including conductors Krzysztof Penderecki, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Klaus Weise, Okko Kamu, Carl St. Clair, He Zhanhao, Tan Dun, Bian Zushan, Chen Xieyang, Zhang Guoyong, Yu Long, Yu Feng, Jahja Ling, Li Xincao, pianist Gary Graffman, Kun-Woo Paik, Andrei Gavrilov, Tamás Vásáry, Lang Lang, Chen Sa, Zhang Haochen, violinist Shlomo Mintz, Maxim Vengerov, Gidon Kremer, Vera Tsu, Ning Feng, Qian Zhou, Lv Siqing, cellist Alban Gerhardt, Wang Jian, Qin Liwei, singer Sumi Jo, Zhang Liping, He Hui, Huang Ying, Dai Yuqiang， Wei Song, Warren Mok, Zhang Jianyi, Yuan Chenye, Shen Yang, and classic guitar player Yang Xuefei, etc.
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