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音樂 - 劍橋合唱團4/30 Parker 四重奏4/30 Eric Lu 5/13 古箏樂團 5/6 胡桃山音樂營 7/20

為音樂而走-與劍橋合唱團的春日午後約會

1992年成立的劍橋合唱團,是大波士頓地區第一個中文合唱團,今年滿25歲了。曾經面臨團員短缺、資金不足,但都因為有許多人的努力與支持,才走到了今天的光景─有專業的音樂總監帶領、每年能夠固定舉行兩場音樂會、與傑出的音樂家合作、參與各種社區活動。
4月30日,劍橋合唱團邀請各位朋友一起參加「為音樂而走」健行活動,享受波士頓美好的春日午後時光。這是由波士頓眾多音樂團體共同發起的公益活動,出門踏青健行,還可以順便支持您喜歡的音樂團體,適合各個年齡、親子闔家一起參與。
報名活動時,請您指名將公益款項捐給劍橋合唱團。讓我們的演出品質能夠更上一層。劍橋合唱團的團員平時自費練唱彩排,每一場音樂會的場地、鋼琴調音、行政支出,聘請專業指揮、鋼琴伴奏、音樂家的費用,都來自社群的涓滴支持。我們期待打造一個音樂交流與合作的空間,唱出我們想唱的歌、與大家想聽的歌。4月30日,劍橋合唱團邀請您與我們一起,攜手快樂的向前走。

活動時間:2017年4月30日
集合時間:下午1點
健行時間:下午2-3點

集合地點:
在 260 Sumner Street in East Boston 
( 距離MBTA T station Maverick Station 一個街區,在Summer St與Orleans St 的轉角。)
健行路線:
步行開始於Marginal St. 碼頭公園的濱水區 - 可以說是波士頓最美麗的景觀。沿著東波士頓綠道(East Boston Greenway),綠地和勝利花園,到東波士頓圖書館,並在碼頭公園慶祝活動結束。全程大約兩英里的路,適合各個年齡、親子闔家一起參與。

怎麼加入:
1. $5 報名費
2. 如果當天不能參與走路活動,也可以贊助我們走路唷!
          捐獻20元,「聽泉」音樂會票兩張
          捐獻30元,「聽泉」音樂會票兩張加T-shirt一件
          捐獻50元,「聽泉」音樂會票四張加T-shirt一件
報名與捐款請email至lihanlilytseng@gmail.com,信件主題請標明「為音樂而走」,並附上聯絡人以及聯絡電話。


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“Walk for Music” with CCCS

Founded in 1992, MIT CCCS (CCCS) has been the first choir serving Chinese-speaking communities across Greater Boston area. Throughout the years, CCCS faced many challenges-- lack of membership, changing leadership and funding shortage. Today, we are forty+ voices strong and we have come a long way because of your support. 

As part of our 25th anniversary celebration, we would like to invite you to “Walk for Music” with us on Sunday, April 30th. “Walk for Music” is the first community walk that CCCS has participated. All the funds will support our choir in maintaining our music quality, weekly choir rehearsal expenses, hiring professional conductor and pianist, delivering concerts, recordings, plus supporting local musicians. 

Come and join us for the walk, make a contribution and sign up for the walk with us today! 

When:
Registration: Sunday, 4/30/2017 at 1-2pm
Walk: 2-3pm

Where:
Walkers will check in at Zumix on 260 Sumner Street in East Boston -- one block from the Maverick MBTA stop, at the corner of Sumner and Orleans.

The walk begins on the waterfront in Piers Park on Marginal Street -- arguably the most beautiful view of Boston and the harbor in the city. We will walk the East Boston Greenway, past playgrounds, green space, and victory gardens, to the East Boston Library and back, concluding with a celebration in Piers Park.


How to Participate:
1. Registration fee: $5 (per family)
2. Can't join us for the walk? Here are other ways to show your support: 
         Donate...  
                $20, receive 2 Spring Concert* tickets
                $30, receive 2 Spring Concert tickets + 1 CCCS T-shirt.         
                $50, receive 4 Spring Concert tickets + 1 CCCS T-shirt
Regist and donate please contact Lihanlilytseng@gmail.com

*CCCS Spring Concert “Listen to the Spring: To Africa, Dream Chaser!” Sunday, May 21, 7pm at Kresge Auditorium

STAR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY PRESENTS

Music in the Woods

With

Parker Quartet

Tree Room at Summer Star
Sunday, April 30th, 2017, 4pm
Quartet No. 1 in E flat Major, Op. 12,      Felix Mendelssohn
Quartet No. 2 in C Major,                             Benjamin Britten
parkerquartet
Daniel Chong, violin
Ying Xue, violin
Jessica Bodner, viola
Kee-Hyun Kim, Cello
Free event, but registration is required. Email us at info@SummerStarWildlife.org  Space is limited.

弄絃趣  波士頓古箏樂團音樂

波士頓古箏樂團將於56﹝週六﹞晚上7:30LexingtonScottish Rite Masonic Museum & LibraryMaxwell Auditorium﹝地址:33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA 02421舉行年度音樂會,並邀請波士頓水底魚中國打擊樂團擔任特別嘉賓合作演出。曲目涵蓋傳統、民歌及近代作品,歡迎愛樂者前往聆賞
活動公開免費,歡迎各界自由樂捐,憑票入場,索票方式:shinyi2007@gmail.com,或致電609-273-9371網址:http://www.bostonguzheng.org

Eric Lu陸逸軒 , pianist, 5/13

中華表演藝術基金會,將於五月十三日星期六於新英格蘭音樂學院喬登廳 (Jordan Hall),舉辦一場由波士頓當地竄起一顆古典樂壇新星19歲的鋼琴家陸逸軒 (Eric Lu) 的鋼琴演奏會。
陸逸軒出生於麻州波士頓,是一位迅速掘起響譽國際,具有巨大前景和獨特音樂特質的鋼琴家。繼在2014第九屆莫斯科國際蕭邦大賽青少年組獲得第一名後, 2015年他在美國邁阿密蕭邦鋼琴大賽奪冠,並得到最佳協奏曲獎。同年更贏得第十七屆華沙國際蕭邦鋼琴大賽第四名,且當年以十七歲之齡成為此比賽歷史中最年輕的獲獎者之一。 最近他又贏得了法蘭克福 2017年德國國際鋼琴大獎。 陸逸軒青年時期就已多次獲獎,其中包含2010在德國埃特林根(Ettlingen)國際鋼琴比賽冠軍、2013年明尼蘇答全美青少年鋼琴賽獲獎等。紐約古典音樂 (New York Classical Review) 評論家描他是一位具有對音樂特殊的敏感性Duszniki音樂節的麥可摩朗稱讚他:「他彈奏的音色十分明亮,音樂表達引人入勝令人激動。」 2015年陸逸軒贏得 Verbier Festival Academy音樂節的Tabor基金會鋼琴獎 再次受到樂壇肯定。
他對音樂獨特的敏感性及美感,引起全球觀眾的注目及樂迷極大的迴響。在世界各地排滿了演出行程; 即將到來的多場獨奏和協奏演出包括在馬德里國家演藝廳,華沙愛樂音樂廳,波士頓喬丹廳,諾昂蕭邦音樂節,克拉科夫音樂節,首爾藝術中心,札幌音樂廳,東京藝術劇場等。 2015-16季演出主要包括在紐約卡內基音樂廳,波蘭Duszniki-Zydrój70屆國際蕭邦音樂節,中國北京音樂廳,以及許多樂團合作演出:如華沙愛樂,明尼蘇達,辛辛那提室內樂團,亞美尼亞國家青年管弦樂團,蕭邦基金會交響樂團等。
陸逸軒6歲開始和 楊鏡釧 (Dorothy Yang Shi) 老師學習鋼琴。進而在新英格蘭音樂學院大學預科,師從 Alexander Korsantia A. Ramón Rivera2013年進入費城柯蒂斯 Curtis音樂學院,師從 Jonathan BissRobert McDonald。他也是鋼琴家鄧泰山 (Dang Thai Son) 的學生。
當晚節目精彩曲目有:
莫扎特: A 小調RondoK 511
舒伯特: C小調即興曲,作品90 D. 899 No.1
普羅科菲耶夫奏鳴曲第七,降B大調,作品83
蕭邦24首前奏曲, Op. 28

節目精彩請勿錯過。 陸逸軒的華沙蕭邦比賽的CD在音樂會上出售。每張20美元.


票價 $15-$50,一百張學生免費票(十四歲以上)請上網索取。六歲 以下兒童請勿入場. 查詢請洽中華表演藝術基金會譚嘉陵,電話  781-259- 8195或網站購票: www.ChinesePerformingArts.net

中華表演藝術基金會
Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts
Presents

Eric Lu陸逸軒 , pianist

Saturday, May 13, 2017, 8 PM
New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall
Tickets: $15-$50, Order online: www.ChinesePerformingArts.net, 781-259-8195

Program

Mozart: Rondo in A minor, K. 511
Schubert: Impromptu in C minor, Op. 90 D. 899 No. 1
Prokofiev: Sonata No. 7 in B-flat major, Op. 83

Intermission

Chopin: 24 Preludes, Op. 28


Tickets: (Children under 6 not admitted)
$50: VIP Reserved Seats, $30: open seating at non-VIP section , $15: student open seating at non-VIP section
100 free student tickets (age 14 and up) available at :

Rush tickets $10 for students and senior, available 6:30 pm on concert day at Jordan Hall Box Office only, 617-585-1260.

Eric Liu陸逸軒 ,  pianist
www.ericlupianist.com

19-year old pianist Eric Lu is rapidly building an international reputation as a young pianist with enormous promise, and a distinctive musical voice.

A native of the Boston, Massachusetts area, Eric Lu won the 1st prize at the 2015 US National Chopin Competition in Miami, and recently, won the 1st prize and audience award at the 2017 International German Piano Award in Frankfurt.  In October 2015, at 17 years old, Eric won the 4th prize at the 17th International Fryderyk Chopin Competition in Warsaw, becoming one of the youngest laureates in the history of the prestigious competition. Following these recent successes, Eric received invitations to perform in many important venues around the world in just the past two years, including Carnegie Hall in New York, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Alte Oper Hall in Frankfurt, Chopin and his Europe Festival in Warsaw, Jordan Hall in Boston, Taipei National Concert Hall, Beijing Concert Hall, Strathmore Music Center, the International Chopin Festival in Duszniki, Poland, NOSPR Concert Hall in Katowice, Krakow Philharmonic Concert Hall, Nohant Chopin Festival, and a tour of Japan and Korea following the Chopin Competition, performing in halls such as Seoul Arts Center, Tokyo Metropolitan Hall, Osaka Symphony Hall, Sapporo Arts Center, among others.  Described by the New York Classical Review as a musician of “exceptional musical sensitivity”, as well as by Michael Moran from the Duszniki Festival proclaiming, “The tone he produced was luminous, the articulation spellbinding and exciting, the legato and bel canto desperately moving.” Following his performance of Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 during the final of the International Piano Award, the Darmstadter Echo wrote, “Lu received thundering applause after a sheer unbelievable performance of the work. Oscillating between melancholy and turmoil, he follows the expressive themes of the work with sensitivity, peeling out melodies with fascinating clarity from the virtuosic, densely-written piano part.”

Paving the way included earlier achievements of 1st prizes at the Moscow International Chopin Competition for Young Pianists(2014), the Minnesota International e-Piano Junior Competition(2013), and the XII Ettlingen International Competition in Germany(2010).  Eric has collaborated with orchestras such as the Warsaw Philharmonic, Minnesota Orchestra, Staatskapelle Halle, National Philharmonic, Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic, Orchestra of the 18th century, Orquestra Clasica Santa Cecilia, New Jersey Symphony, Sinfonietta Cracovia, Rzeszow and Kielce Philharmonics, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, etc.

Eric Lu started piano studies at the age of 6 with Mrs. Dorothy Shi. While at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School, he studied with Alexander Korsantia, and Mr. A. Ramon Rivera. In 2013, Eric entered the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where he currently studies with Profs. Robert McDonald and Jonathan Biss. He is also a pupil of pianist Dang Thai Son. His debut CD was released under the Chopin Institute in Warsaw, recorded from the Chopin Competition 2015.

*Updated as of April 2017. 

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 Foundation For Chinese Performing Arts  
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The 26th Annual Music Festival 

at Walnut Hill
 胡桃山音樂營     
July 20 - August 13, 2017  

    Boston, Massachusetts, USA

World class faculty

 for piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, saxophone, composition, and others (upon request).

 Application  Deadline April 10, 2017


Details:

http://www.chineseperformingarts.net/contents/festival/index.htm
 
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION   April 10, 2017
Submit with a non-refundable application fee of US$70. Late application will be considered depending upon space availability.
AGE AND ENROLLMENT: 
Age 14 or above. Total enrollment 45 students. No upper age limit. Special arrangement is required for applicant younger 
than 13. 

 Concerto competition 2017: 

Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini





第26屆全美青少年國畫書法比賽



for all students up to age 22, regardless of ethnic origins



Deadline for submission: 4/15/2017



Details:

http://www.chineseperformingarts.net/contents/competition/painting/2016/index.htm







2016 Gold (Group B: 10-13 yrs)

Samdrea Hsu 許維庭, age 12, Tang Hao Calligraphy Studio, CA加州唐昊畫室 

(Four-panel 條幅/ 一套4張)

 

2016 Silver (Group C: 14-17 yrs)
Jered Yuan 袁浩云, age 15, Ichen Art Academy, CA 加州宜真美術學院

UPCOMING EVENTS
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Sat. 5/13/2017, 8PM
NEC's Jordan Hall

Eric Lu
piano
http://www.chineseperformingarts.net/contents/season/20170513/index.html



 

April 15, 2017



The 26th Annual Chinese Brush



Painting and Calligraphy Competition



第二十六屆全美青少年國畫書法比賽
  


 

2016 Silver (Group C: 14-17 yrs)
Jered Yuan 袁浩云, age 15, Ichen Art Academy, CA 加州宜真美術學院

 

2016 Gold (Group B: 10-13 yrs)

Samdrea Hsu 許維庭, age 12, Tang Hao Calligraphy Studio, CA加州唐昊畫室 (Four-panel 條幅/ 一套4張)

2017胡桃山音樂營

The 26th Annual Walnut Hill Music Festival

 7/20/2017 check in,





8/13/2017 check out. 

 

   









Concerto 2017: 
Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
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FOUR WINDS 四面來風
Music Dialogue and Cooperation (Series 5)
with
Meng-Chieh Liu 劉孟捷, piano
Borromeo String Quartet
and
The Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra 紫禁城室內樂團



中華表演藝術基金會,將於三月二十五日星期六 ,於新英格蘭音樂學院喬登廳 (Jordan Hall),舉辦 《四面來風》- 音樂國際對話(系列之5)音樂會 ,由 中國音樂學院的紫禁城室內樂團,新英格蘭音樂學院的駐院藝術家 Borromeo 弦樂四重奏,和柯蒂斯音樂學院及新英格蘭音樂學院兩所學校教授 著名鋼琴家劉孟捷合作演出。當晚節目精彩 ,曲目包含有古曲 『寒鴉戲水  』, 及『春江花月夜 』, 及中國著名作曲家葉小剛應約創作的《光明行》的室内乐版本世界首演。表達了作曲家對劉天華先生的敬仰和追念 。 音樂會還將演出 柯蒂斯音樂學院作曲家 David Ludwig 的《百合、歌謠和星辰》(為簫、鋼琴和弦樂),中國作曲家鄒航的《十變五化》(為中國樂器和弦樂四重奏)等,旨在探索中西音樂文化的對比與交融。 這是紫禁城室內樂團繼 2014 - 2015在天津、西安和北京 與劉孟捷和 Borromeo 弦樂四重奏 成功的聯合演出之後,再次聯袂演出。





紫禁城室內樂團是活躍在世界舞台和具有廣泛影響的中國民族室內樂團,由來自中國民族音樂的最高學府中國音樂學院著名的11位音樂家組成。2008年成立以來多次參加國內外的重大音樂活動,足跡遍布世界各地。是中國對外交流的高端藝術家團體。 近年來,赴世界各地推廣中國優秀傳統音樂文化,同時著力推動中國民族音樂的時代創新,廣泛開展國際交流與合作。 紫禁城室內樂團出版了《梅邊四夢》《風聲》《天運》《四面來風》《四面來風》五張原創音樂 CD唱片,收錄多首中國民族音樂經典作品,並委約了中國、美國、俄羅斯、新西蘭、波蘭、菲律賓等國家的著名作曲家,為樂團創作了數十首風格多樣並具有實驗與探索性的原創作品。 被評為:體現了中國傳統音樂特有的華貴與典雅,表現了當代音樂舞台罕見的經典與魅力是探索中國當代音樂語境與世界對話的範例是當今世界最具影響力的室內樂團之一





Borromeo 弦樂四重奏是新英格蘭音樂學院的常駐藝術家、伊莎貝拉博物館 (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) 常駐四重奏、美國Taos音樂學校常駐四重奏。當是今最具探索精神的四重奏之一。


與紐約林肯中心室內樂協會以及華盛頓特區國會圖書館進行廣泛合作,美國國家公共廣播台常年播放其節目。 Borromeo弦樂四重奏團曾在全世界各地的多個音樂廳演出。 在其22年的歷史中,Borromeo四重奏曾獲得許多獎項,包括林肯中心艾弗里費雪事業獎 (Avery Fisher Career Grant)、林肯中心馬丁獎、美國室內樂克利夫蘭四重奏獎、音樂會青年藝術家國際試演獎以及法國埃維昂國際弦樂四重奏大賽最高獎。




鋼琴家劉孟捷,榮獲艾弗里費雪事業獎。1993年以柯蒂斯音樂學院學生之姿,臨時通知代替鋼琴大師安德烈瓦茲(André Watts)演出。這個完美的演出,贏得許多高度的讚賞 ,讓劉孟捷登上頭條新聞。一場場大型的音樂會邀約接踵而來。 劉孟捷的演奏事業正值蒸蒸日上時,卻被一場突如其來的罕見疾病中斷,亢奮的免疫系統侵蝕了他全身的肌肉、皮膚、關節和心臟等組織。在住院一年多期間,歷經癱瘓、全身無法動彈,醫生認為他活下來的機會微乎其微,即使能僥倖存活,也不可能繼續他的演奏生涯。但劉孟捷憑著堅毅的決心與嚴酷的物理治療,通過重重考驗,奇蹟似的恢復健康,繼續活耀在演奏舞台上。浴火重生之後,劉孟捷除舉辦鋼琴獨奏會外,也與許多知名指揮和樂團合作。 2002年獲艾弗里費雪事業獎及費城音樂基金會職業成就獎。 劉孟捷的現場音樂會常被電台廣播,電視台也曾將劉孟捷人生故事作成特輯播出。 其演出被《芝加哥古典樂評》讚譽為「完美無瑕,周衍且均衡的鋼琴演奏」。

當晚節目精彩,曲目有:
1,  漢調古曲: 寒鴉戲水 
2, David Ludwig: 百合、歌謠和星辰  (簫、鋼琴和弦樂)
3,  葉小綱: 光明行 (鋼琴和幾件中西樂器) (室內樂版本世界首演)                                                                            
4, 黃安倫 : 序曲與舞曲, 中國暢想曲之二  (鋼琴獨奏)
5,  古曲: 春江花月夜     
6,  鄒航: 十變五化 (中國樂器和弦樂四重奏)

票價 $15-$50,一百張學生免費票(十四歲以上)請上網索取。六歲以下兒童請勿入場. 查詢請洽中華表演藝術基金會譚嘉陵. 網站購票: www.ChinesePerformingArts.net  喬登廳票房 617-585-1260



On Saturday, March 25, 8 PM, at NEC's Jordan Hall, celebrated pianist Meng-Chieh Liu 劉孟捷, together with the renowned Borromeo String Quartet will join the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra 紫禁城室內樂團to perform a program that covers from an ancient tune of the Han Dynasty, to world premier works by award winning Chinese composer Xiaogang Ye葉小綱and Eli Marshall. Established in 2008, the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra, form China Conservatory of Music, is composed of eleven classically trained musicians, which interpret elements of Chinese traditional music. They have appeared and received critical acclaim worldwide and is remarked as “the embodiment of the elegance of Chinese traditional and the charm of contemporary music.” Tickets and other details at www.ChinesePerformingArts.net.
中華表演藝術基金會
Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts
Presents

FOUR WINDS 四面來風
Music Dialogue and Cooperation (Series 5)
with
Meng-Chieh Liu 劉孟捷,  piano
Borromeo String Quartet
and
The Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra 紫禁城室內樂團

Saturday, March 25, 2017, 8 PM
New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall
Tickets: $15-$50, Order online: www.ChinesePerformingArts.net, 781-259-8195

Program

1  Jackdaws play in the cold water 寒鴉戲水  
Ancient Tune from the Han Dynasty  漢調古曲

2  With the lilies, the song, and the stars 百合、歌謠和星辰  by David Ludwig
--- for xiao, strings, and piano

3  Ten Changes and Five Variables  十變五化  by Hang Zou鄒航                                                                                          
-- for Chinese ensemble and string quartet

                         —Intermission—

4  The Prelude and the Dance for solo piano    by Anlun Huang 黃安倫 (1974)
formerly known as  “Chinese Rhapsody No.2”

5  The Selin Lake  色林錯  by Xiaogang Ye  葉小綱
--- for piano and Eastern and Western instruments
World Premiere (世界首演
Commissioned by the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra紫禁城室內樂團

6  Concertinetto di buonora 捷指先登  by Eli Marshall
--- for solo piano and ten instrumentalists with optional string quartet obbligato
World Premiere (世界首演
Commissioned by Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts 中華表演藝術基金會

Tickets: (Children under 6 not admitted)
$50: VIP Reserved Seats, $30: open seating at non-VIP section , $15: student open seating at non-VIP section
100 free student tickets (age 14 and up) available at :

Rush tickets $10 for students and senior, available 6:30 pm on concert day at Jordan Hall Box Office only, 617-585-1260.

Meng-Chieh Liu 劉孟捷,  piano

Faculty member at New England Conservatory and Curtis Institute of Music
Recipient of the Avery Fisher Career Grant
and the Philadelphia Musical Fund Society Career Advancement Award.
"faultless, discreetly balanced pianism"Chicago Classical Review


Borromeo String Quartet

Nicholas Kitchen and Kristopher Tong, violins
Mai Motobuchi, viola
Yeesun Kim, cello

A Trio of String Quartets, from Wearisome to Sublime, The Borromeo String Quartet is
simply the best there is on this planet; every appearance they make is an Event
The Boston Globe
  Winner of the 2007 Avery Fisher Career Grant
  Winner of Lincoln Center's Martin E. Segal Award (2001)
  Winner of the Cleveland Quartet Award (1998)

Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra 紫禁城室內樂團
The Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra, form China Conservatory of Music,  is composed of eleven classically trained musicians, which interpret elements of Chinese traditional music. Established in 2008, it has appeared and received critical acclaim worldwide. It is remarked as “the embodiment of the elegance of Chinese traditional music and the charm of contemporary music.”

LIU Shun 劉順, music director and conductor , YANG Jing 楊靖, director and founder, pipa 
SHEN Cheng 沈誠, huqin,  ZHANG Zunlian 張尊連, huqin,  ZHAO Chengwei 趙承偉, sanxian
JIAO Shanlin 焦山林, percussion,  YANG Lin 楊琳, Guzheng,  LUO Yuan 羅媛, dulcimer
WANG Hua 王華, flute and xiao,  WANG Yang 王洋, sheng,  DI Yang 邸揚, ruan and  liuqin




中華表演藝術基金會
 Foundation For Chinese Performing Arts  
            3 Partridge Lane, Lincoln, MA 01773
ChinesePerformingArts.net Foundation@ChinesePerformingArts.net 
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  Saturday, 3/26/2017, 8 PM


Join us to celebrate 
"The Rite of Spring" 
with Tatyana Dudochkin,
Founder and Artistic Director of this legendary concert series since 1991

The 27th annual Composer's Celebration Concert 

For this unique version of "The Rite of Spring, " four outstanding pianists will perform the ground-breaking work: 



NEC professors of piano 

Alexander Korsantia and Meng-Chieh Liu; Maxim Mogilevsky; and Pavel Nersessian, professor at Moscow Conservatory and Boston University; 

special guest from Israel, percussionist Chen Zimbalista; and NEC Prep percussion faculty Luis Herrera Albertazzi.

This concert will be the Boston premiere of the "Spring Dance to Mimi" 

by Menachem Wiesenberg for percussion performed by Chen Zimbalista.
Tickets are available at the Jordan Hall Box Office (617) 585-1260.


NEC's Jordan Hall
27 Annual 
Composers Celebration Series

The Rite of Spring

UPCOMING EVENTS
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Sat. 3/25/2017, 8 PM

NEC's Jordan Hall

FOUR WINDS

Music Dialogue and Cooperation

(Series 5)

四面來風

with





Pianist Meng-Chieh Liu 劉孟捷

 The Borromeo String Quartet

The Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra 

紫禁城室內樂團


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April 15, 2017

(submission deadline)



The 26th Annual Chinese Brush



Painting and Calligraphy Competition



第二十六屆全美青少年國畫書法比賽



















http://chineseperformingarts.com/contents/competition/painting/index.htm



 

painting by: 2016 Silver (Group C: 14-17 yrs)
Jered Yuan 袁浩云, age 15, Ichen Art Academy, CA 加州宜真美術學院


   

 

calligraphy by: 2016 Gold (Group B: 10-13 yrs)

Samdrea Hsu 許維庭, age 12, Tang Hao Calligraphy Studio, CA加州唐昊畫室 

(Four-panel 條幅/ 一套4張)


2017胡桃山音樂營

The 26th Annual Walnut Hill Music Festival 2017

 Application deadline  April 10, 2017

date: 7/20/2017 check in,

8/13/2017 check out. 

http://chineseperformingarts.com/contents/festival/index.htm

 

  




Concerto 2017: 
Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
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Soprano, Li-Han Lily Tseng, Concert / 女高音 曾莉涵 音樂會

3/26「遠方有歌聲」女高音曾莉涵與劍橋合唱團演繹中文民歌

女高音曾莉涵將於3月26日(周日)下午4:30在波士頓第一教會(First Church in Boston, 66 Marlborough
St, Boston, MA)舉行「遠方有歌聲」音樂會,與鋼琴家吉丹、中提琴家林蓁、和MIT劍橋合唱團合作中文民歌與藝術歌曲。曲目包括燕子、在那遙遠的地方、康定情歌、杜鵑花、踏雪尋梅、青春舞曲等。音樂會採自由捐獻入場,座位有限,請準時到場。

曾莉涵是阿拉巴馬大學聲樂博士,致力於室內樂、獨唱、合唱、歌劇的演出。現為波士頓第一教堂的常任歌唱家,並任教於波士頓的New School
of Music 與EKS Studio。連絡請洽lihanlilytseng@gmail.com


Songs from Far Away / 遠方有歌聲
Location / 地點:First Church in Boston / 波士頓第一教堂, (62 Marlborough St. Boston, MA 02116, MBTA Arlington Station) 
Time / 時間:3/26/17 (Sun)4:30PM
Performers / 演出人員:Soprano, Li-Han Lily Tseng / 女高音 曾莉涵
                                   Pianist, Daniel Jepson / 鋼琴家 吉丹
                                   Viola, Chen Lin / 中提琴家 林蓁
                                   Cambridge Chinese Choral Society / 劍橋合唱團

Program / 曲目: 
Three Kazakh folk song / 三首哈薩克民歌 --- Swallow, Fair Maiden from afar,  Under the silver moonlight /  燕子, 在那遙遠的地方, 在銀色的月光下
Three Chinese Love songs  / 三首中國情歌  --- Blue Flower, At the Hillside Where Horses Are Running, The Streams Flows / 藍花花,康定情歌, 小河淌水
Four Art songs in Chinese / 四首中文藝術歌曲 --- Over the snow for wintersweet, Azalea, The rose is everywhere in May, Autumn Night / 踏雪尋梅, 杜鵑花, 五月裡薔為處處開, 秋夜
Four Choir Songs in Chinese / 四首中文合唱曲 --- Over the snow for wintersweet, Red Bean Song, Swallow, Dance of Youth / 踏雪尋梅, 紅豆詞, 燕子, 青春舞曲
Three Arts songs in Chinese poetry --- Red Bean Song, Prelude to water melody, Lyrics to the Adagio of Resonance /  紅豆詞, 水調歌頭, 聲聲慢
Two nostalgia songs in Chinese / 兩首中文思鄉歌曲 --- Nostalgia, It'll be me / 思鄉, 那就是我


Soprano 女高音/ Li-Han “Lily” Tseng 曾莉涵
Soprano Li-Han “Lily” Tseng received her Doctor of Music Arts in vocal performance from The University of Alabama and Master of Music degrees in voice performance from Longy School of Music of Bard College and Taipei National University of the Arts.
Dr. Tseng is an active performer in chamber music, choir, recital and opera. She was an assistant accompanist for the Adult Chancel Choir and the principal accompanist for the Children’s Worship Arts Choir at First United Methodist Church at Tuscaloosa, AL. With years of performing experience, Tseng’s wide-ranging interests and expertise include working with professional musicians, adult avocational singers at all levels, and young singers. Tseng’s performance experiences included with the University of Alabama Opera Theatre, University Singers, the Contemporary Ensemble, and Ethos, a newly-formed professional choral ensemble in residence at First Methodist Church of Tuscaloosa. Recently, she has performed the role of Patience in Patience with University of Alabama Opera Theatre (UAOT), The Foreign Woman in The Council (UAOT), The Witch in Hansel and Gretel (UAOT), and Mrs. Discobbolos in Mr & Mrs. Discobbolos with the UA Contemporary Ensemble.
Dr. Tseng has experience teaching private voice and piano students in addition to teaching musicianship lab and accompanying undergraduate and graduate students studying voice. Tseng’s teaching is based on a comprehensive approach to the training of students and incorporates strong technical skill-building for all kind of music genres. Now, Dr. Tseng is a resident singer at The First Church in Boston, voice and piano faculty member of New School of Music (Cambridge).

        女高音曾莉涵聲樂博士畢業於阿拉巴馬大學音樂系,先後畢業於Longy音樂學院與臺北藝術大學的聲樂研究所。曾博士是一位活躍的歌唱家,致力於室內樂、獨唱、合唱、歌劇的演出。現在曾博士擔任波士頓第一教堂的常任歌唱家,並任教於波士頓的New School of Music EKS Studio


Pianist 鋼琴家 / Daniel Jepson 吉丹
            Pianist Daniel Jepson holds a Masters degree and a Graduate Performance Diploma from The Boston Conservatory, where he studied with Max Levinson.  He received the school’s Community Service Award in 2009.  Daniel has performed at Harvard’s Paine Hall and numerous other venues in the Boston area, and has participated in several international competitions.  As a scholarship recipient at the Toronto Summer Music Academy in 2009, he performed at University of Toronto’s Walter Hall, and studied with internationally-renowned performers such as Andre Laplante and Anton Kuerti.  An active collaborative pianist, he has often accompanied prize-winners at concerto and vocal competitions.
       
        鋼琴家吉丹畢業於波士頓音樂學院,並獲得鋼琴碩士學位和演奏文憑,師承 Max Levinson。吉丹在校期間,曾獲得音樂院的 Community Service Award並且曾在哈佛的潘恩音樂廳以及波士頓的許多地方演出過,更是非常積極的參與國際音樂比賽。2009年獲得多倫多夏季音樂學院的獎學金,在多倫多大學的Walter 音樂廳演出,並跟隨國際知名的演奏家Andre Laplante Anton Kuertivm學習。現在吉丹是個非常活躍的鋼琴合作藝術家,經常與大賽得獎者一同演出,也是許多聲樂比賽的常任鋼琴合作藝術家。


Congratulations to the Silk Road Ensemble on winning the 2017 Grammy Award for Best World Music Album: Sing Me Home!
Kinan Azmeh  Jeffrey Beecher  Mike Block  Shawn Conley  Nicholas Cords  Sandeep Das  Haruka Fujii  Johnny Gandelsman  Joseph Gramley  Colin Jacobsen  Eric Jacobsen  Kayhan Kalhor  Yo-Yo Ma  Jessie Montgomery  Cristina Pato  Shane Shanahan  Mark Suter  Kojiro Umezaki  Wu Man  Wu Tong

絲路樂團2017演奏行程











Join us this year:
ONLINE Now! | Curriculum Guide for The Music of Strangers 
ONLINE January - May | Performing Musical Difference: Case Studies from Silkroad online course
SANTA CLARA, CA February 1 & 3 | Concerts at Santa Clara University
U.S. March 6 | HBO Premiere of The Music of Strangers
BOSTON March 23 | Concert at Harvard University
ABU DHABI March 31 | Concert at the Abu Dhabi Festival
SANTA CLARA, CA May 3 & 5 | Concerts at Santa Clara University
BOSTON May 26 | Concert with A Far Cry
GREENCASTLE, IN May 30 - June 5 | Global Musician Workshop at DePauw University 
NEW YORK CITY October | Layla and Majnun with Mark Morris Dance Group
details and more at silkroadproject.org/calendar
The Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
closes its 2016-2017season with
Mahler’s Symphony No. 6 on April 23


(Boston) Under the direction of leading Mahler interpreter Benjamin Zander, the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra takes on the challenge of Mahler’s Symphony No. 6 for its season finale, Sunday, April 23 at 3pm in Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. While this conductor and orchestra is no stranger to Mahler’s work, having previously performed Symphony No. 1 in 2016, No. 5 in 2015, and No. 2 in 2013, this is their first performance of Symphony No. 6. Mahler’s Tragic sixth symphony is a rarity for youth orchestras due to its technical demands for winds in sets of three or four, rather than the usual pairs, the eight horns, six trumpets, and four trombones called for in the finale, use of offstage percussion, and the sounding of the infamously hard to define “Mahler box.” To guide the amazing talent of this young orchestra through this massive work, there is no better conductor than Zander, whose numerous performances and recordings of Mahler’s symphonies have garnered worldwide critical acclaim and five Grammy nominations.

“That this daunting, darkly dramatic, devastatingly tragic work is to be performed this April by a youth orchestra almost defies belief.  Yet from the very first rehearsal these young players have been totally involved and at home in the tempestuous and tormented world of this work, and have leapt eagerly to meet its challenges. I never fail to be stunned by what these young players are capable of – I know them so well, and yet, somehow, they seem to surpass even my own expectations. I truly expect this to be an unforgettable performance of a symphony that sears through one’s soul like no other.”  – Benjamin Zander

Tickets for the performance range from $15 to $30 with $10 tickets available for students and seniors. Tickets may be purchased by calling the box office at 617-236-0999 or by visitingbostonphil.org.  Advance sales for this performance will end Friday April 21, 2017 at 12:00pm after which all sales will be available through the Symphony Hall box office.

Benjamin Zander is the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and a speaker, educator, and guest conductor throughout the world. Through a long-standing relationship with London's famed Philharmonia Orchestra he is recording the complete cycle of Mahler symphonies, recordings that have been received with extraordinary critical acclaim both for the performance itself and Zander's now famous full-length disc explaining the music for the lay listener. Their recordings of Mahler 9th and Bruckner's 5th Symphony were nominated for Grammys for Best Orchestral Performance. Their latest recording, Mahler's 2nd Symphony, was nominated for a Grammy in 2014. He recorded Beethoven’s Ninth with The Philharmonia Orchestra and the Philharmonia Chorus in March 2017, followed by a performance at the Royal Festival Hall on March 18th.
In 1967, Mr. Zander joined the faculty at New England Conservatory, where he taught an interpretation class, conducted the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, and conducted the conservatory orchestras. For 30 years he was the Artistic Director of the joint program between New England Conservatory's Preparatory School and The Walnut Hill School for the Performing Arts in Natick, Massachusetts.

Mr. Zander is one of the most sought after speakers in the world. He has given both the opening and the closing Keynote address at the World Economic Forum in Davos, where on another occasion he was awarded the Crystal award for "outstanding contributions in the Arts and international relations". In 2002 he was awarded the "Caring Citizen of the Humanities" Award by the International Council for Caring Communities at the United Nations. In honor of his 70th birthday, and 45 years of teaching, he was recently awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the New England Conservatory. His partner Rosamund Zander and he have collaborated on a best-selling book, The Art of Possibility which has been translated into seventeen languages.

中華表演藝術基金會
 Foundation For Chinese Performing Arts  
            3 Partridge Lane, Lincoln, MA 01773
ChinesePerformingArts.net Foundation@ChinesePerformingArts.net 
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  Saturday, 3/25/2017, 8 PM

NEC's Jordan Hall
FOUR WINDS

Music Dialogue and Cooperation

(Series 5)

四面來風

with
Pianist Meng-Chieh Liu 劉孟捷 
The Borromeo String Quartet 
and  
The Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra
紫禁城室內樂團
  
Meng-Chieh Liu, piano

Faculty member at New England Conservatory and Curtis Institute of Music
Recipient of the Avery Fisher Career Grant 
"faultless, discreetly balanced pianism" 

(Chicago Classical Review).

Program

1,  Jackdaws play in the cold water 寒鴉戲水 

Ancient Tune from the Han Dynasty  漢調古曲
 2,  With the lilies, the song, and the stars 百合、歌謠和星辰 
--- for xiao, strings, and piano 
by David Ludwig
 3,  Ten Changes and Five Variables  十變五化             
 --for Chinese ensemble and string quartet
by Hang Zou鄒航
4, Prelude and Dance for solo piano    
by Anlun Huang 黃安倫 1974
formerly known as  "Chinese Rhapsody No.2"

5, The Selin Lake  色林錯 by Xiaogang Ye  葉小綱 
---for piano and Eastern and Western instruments. 

World Premiere 世界首演

Commissioned by the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra 

紫禁城室內樂團
6,  Piano Concertino  小協奏曲 by Eli Marshall
---for piano and Eastern and Western instruments 

World Premiere 世界首演
Commissioned by  the  Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts  
中華表演藝術基金會

 

 Borromeo String Quartet

http://www.borromeoquartet.org/

Nicholas Kitchen and Kristopher Tong, violins

Mai Motobuchi, viola

Yeesun Kim, cello

A Trio of String Quartets, from Wearisome to Sublime

The Borromeo String Quartet is simply the best there is on this planet; every appearance they make is an Event - The Boston Globe

Winner of the 2007 Avery Fisher Career Grant

Winner of Lincoln Center's Martin E. Segal Award (2001)

Winner of the Cleveland Quartet Award (1998)
Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra 
紫禁城室內樂團, 
form China Conservatory of Music, 
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ZHANG Zunlian 張尊連, huqin
ZHAO Chengwei 趙承偉, sanxian
JIAO Shanlin 焦山林, percussion
YANG Lin 楊琳, Guzheng
LUO Yuan 羅媛, dulcimer
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DI Yang 邸揚, ruan and liuqin
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April 15, 2017

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Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
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George Li review: Miracles aplenty

Stellar Portland Piano International recitals reveal classical piano's next star

by TERRY ROSS
I could hardly believe my eyes. At intermission, the audience members were calmly milling around the Lincoln Hall lobby, chatting and buying refreshments and talking on their phones, as if they had just seen the first half of any old concert. Didn’t they realize what they’d just heard? I wanted to shake them out of their nonchalance and yell in their faces, “Don’t you have ears? This kid is great!”

George Li. Photo: Christian Steiner.
To call pianist George Li a kid is no exaggeration. But although short and baby-faced at 21 years of age, he’s nevertheless elaborately experienced, having given his professional debut at age 10 in Boston and won the silver medal at the 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition, among other honors. His onstage aplomb at his Portland Piano International recital on Saturday afternoon, February 11, at Portland State University, was immaculate. Before beginning each piece, Li paused over the keys as if meditating, raised his hands very slowly, and then plunged immediately into the rhythm of the music. Once underway, he looked as if he were concentrating intensely while also dreaming; his hands never stopped.
During the opener, Josef Haydn’s Sonata in B Minor, Mr. Li showed technique to spare and seemed to negotiate the music with no real effort. Fast and slow music alike emerged under his fingers with exemplary clarity. And with his phrasing and expression, he succeeded in making each of the three movements a little mini-sonata of its own, and this in a piece that although programmed more frequently than most of Haydn’s other five dozen sonatas, is not especially memorable. I thought to myself, if he can make this Haydn piece sing like this, what miracles might he produce with Chopin’s Second Sonata, the next piece on the program?
Miracles aplenty, as it turned out. Although many writers say that this sonata is built around its third movement, the famous funeral march, the only evidence for this is that the march was written first, as a stand-alone piece, and the other three movements were composed later to make up the sonata. Mr. Li proved, however, that the real center of the piece is the second movement Scherzo, which is as long as the third-movement march and full of beautiful phrases and melodies. To hear Mr. Li play it was about as good as it gets. After the march, the presto finale, less than a minute-and-a-half long, was a triumphant finish to the first half. I wasn’t the only audience member who rose in a shouting, standing ovation.
Then came that intermission, where people seemed to forget what they’d heard. Very curious.
The second half of the concert consisted of Sergei Prokofiev’s Sonata No. 6, about as different from Haydn and Chopin as you could find, full of Prokofiev’s signature muscularity and slashing rhythms, glowing with his distinctive personal harmonic language, tonal yet pushing at the edges of conventional tonality in its changes of key.
George Li came out, sat down, lingered with his hands over the keys, deep in his own trance. The he lowered his hands ever so slowly and was suddenly into the first-movement Allegro moderato of the most massive of all of Prokofiev’s nine sonatas. From this movement through to the closing Vivace, Mr. Li played with fire without ever losing contact with the various melodic lines. It was an astonishing performance of a very difficult piece. The audience jumped to its feet in the first of several standing ovations, after which Mr. Li played, as if to contrast with the Prokofiev, a short and quiet bonbon by Chopin.
I did not walk but ran to the box office immediately afterwards, making sure that I could attend the next day’s concert, which I had not originally intended to do. But you don’t hear a pianist like George Li every day or even every year, and I was intrigued to see what he would make of two Beethoven sonatas, Rachmaninov’s Corelli Variations, and Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, the famous one that Bugs Bunny played in Rhapsody Rabbit and that the Marx Brothers managed to work into several of their films.
On Sunday afternoon, after Saturday’s momentous performance, Mr. Li again more than rose to the occasion. In his opening rendition of Beethoven’s early Sonata No. 6, he did what he had done the day before with his concert-opening Haydn sonata: took a piece that is not especially memorable and made a gorgeous little mini-sonata of each of the three movements. When played with such finesse and emotion, the Sixth takes its place as a concert staple.
In Beethoven’s Sonata No. 18, Li jumped all over each of the four movements of this mature work. The closing Presto con fuoco (extremely fast with fire) brought a tumultuous end to the concert’s first half and another couple of standing ovations.
It’s puzzling and, one the other hand, not so puzzling, that Sergei Rachmaninov’s Variations on a Theme by Corelli, Op. 42, is not played more often and has not been recorded anywhere near as often as many other Rachmaninov pieces. Puzzling because it’s very beautiful and ingenious. Not so puzzling because Rachmaninov wrote it for himself, and he was one of the most talented pianists in music history. Which means it’s bloody difficult.
Under Mr. Li’s fingers, though, the Variations, based on a melody not really by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713) but a seemingly ubiquitous trope in late 17th- and early 18th-century music, seemed wonderfully varied and inevitable, particularly the seventh variation Vivace and the 14th and 15th variations slower iterations. That the piece ends in a slow movement, an Andante, underlines Rachmaninov’s genius and also George Li’s interpretive skill.
Next up were two pieces by Franz Liszt, famous in the 19th century as the most athletic and virtuosic of pianists. His Consolation No. 3 was a toothsome prelude to one of music history’s most memorable compositions: the Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, somewhat more familiar in its orchestrated (by Liszt) version, but just as wild and fiery in its original piano arrangement. Here Mr. Li left absolutely nothing to chance, and alternately banged away or suavely soothed as the music demanded. His was a performance to remember of an extremely familiar piece, a daring piece of programming but one that worked very well.
It’s difficult to over-praise George Li’s excellence, especially as an interpreter of different kinds of European classical music, a skill we associate with much older and experienced pianists. He seems to have it all, and this reviewer would put him as one of the most likely inheritors of the crowns worn by Stephen Hough and Marc-André Hamelin, both in their fifties and a generation ahead.




2015柴可夫斯基国际音乐大赛银奖——


时间
2016-07-05 20:00
地点
交响乐演奏厅
节目单
海顿:b小调钢琴奏鸣曲,Hob.XVI:32, L.47
肖邦:降b小调第二钢琴奏鸣曲,作品35

——中场休息——

拉赫玛尼诺夫:科雷利主题变奏曲,作品42
李斯特:降D大调第三号安慰曲,S.172李斯特:匈牙利狂想曲第二号,S.244/2
艺术家
黎卓宇
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黎卓宇被视作当今最具才华及创意的年轻钢琴家之一,曾获2015年柴可夫斯基国际音乐比赛银奖,并夺得2014年第十四届巴黎阿尼马托国际大奖赛首奖、特别舒曼和勃拉姆斯奖及观众选择奖。2012年,黎卓宇获得吉尔摩青年艺术家奖,成为该奖历史上最年轻的获奖者。

黎卓宇在独奏、协奏曲、室内乐合奏方面获得乐评赞誉及全球观众的喜爱。其演出足迹遍布世界各地,如阿姆斯特丹皇家音乐厅、维也纳金色大厅、马林斯基剧院、卡内基音乐厅等。他曾与马林斯基交响乐团、克里夫兰管弦乐团、波士顿爱乐等世界著名乐团合作,也参加过众多全球闻名的音乐节,如韦尔比耶音乐节、迈阿密国际钢琴节、吉尔摩国际键盘音乐节等。

2011年,这位少年钢琴家受邀在美国白宫为奥巴马总统欢迎德国总理默克尔的国宴上表演。此外,他也曾应邀在波士顿现代艺术博物馆开幕典礼、新英格兰音乐学院院长托尼·伍德库克就职典礼等重要仪式和位于华盛顿议会办公楼中的美国国会表演钢琴独奏。