湖北同乡会欢迎金泉瑷哈佛举行独唱音乐会

【美国印象网特约记者李强波士顿报道】武汉音乐学院声乐系副教授、女高音歌唱家金泉瑷音乐会日前在康州中康州州立大学举行独唱音乐会,著名指挥家乔万钧、康州中华联谊合唱团作为嘉宾参加演出。12月8日晚,金泉瑷教授将在哈佛大学举行独唱音乐会,波士顿湖北同乡会表示热烈的欢迎。

上图:演员们在康州音乐会后谢幕。





康州的音乐会由中康州州立大学孔子学院和东亚研究中心等机构共同举办。孔院美方院长克里格(Steve Kliger)先生代表孔院致辞。金泉瑷教授美妙的歌声震撼了全场观众。她通俗、民歌、美声唱法,一气贯通,能高能低,吐字清晰,处理细腻,为观众们奉献了一场精美的艺术盛宴。中康州州立大学师生员工、当地社区民众、孔院师生、中国学生学者等200余人聆听了金泉瑷的精彩演唱。

金泉瑷为观众们倾情演唱了多首脍炙人口的中国歌曲,如《在水一方》、《茉莉花》、《龙船调》、《哥哥不来花不开》,也给观众们展现了意大利普契尼的歌剧《亲爱的爸爸》和莫扎特的《哈利路亚》等。悠扬动听的中国民歌合着钢琴伴奏令人流连忘返,尤其是在诸多华人观众心中产生巨大的共鸣,多年来一直萦绕耳畔又无缘现场聆听的乐曲勾起了浓浓的乡思。当地教授学者为主题组成的全康华人合唱团以及当地双簧管演奏家、哥伦比亚大学毕业生Kaitlin Pet友情演出。
波士顿湖北同乡会欢迎金泉瑷教授

在近日举行的波士顿湖北同乡会聚餐中,会长马永告诉记者,金泉瑷老师8日晚将在哈佛大学著名的纪念大教堂,同北美爱乐乐团合作演出,他对来自家乡的歌唱家表示热烈的欢迎。著名指挥家乔万钧、钢琴家郭凌等本地著名音乐家和爱乐合唱团等团体将参加演出。多位湖北同乡会会员已经报名前往观看,一睹来自家乡的金泉瑷老师的风采。聚餐中,会员们还讨论了2018年湖北同乡会春节联欢的筹备工作。

据悉,12月8日音乐会的主题为「爱在哈佛」,主办方:北美亚洲表演艺术协会、哈佛中美经济交流协会,承办方:波士顿华星艺术团,协办方:北美合唱协会、波士顿国际传媒咨询公司。金泉瑷老师表示非常高兴有机会与波士顿当地艺术团体和年轻的歌唱家、演奏家联合演出,在圣诞佳节到来之际,用优美高雅的民族音乐为波士顿地区的侨胞带来节日的喜庆气氛。本场音乐会公开免费,但是需提前到网站订票:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-tickets-41100668205




音乐的节目单和演员介绍
Program

  1. On the Other Shore在水一方                        Lyrics by Chiungyao, Music by Lin Jiaqing

The lyrics of this song are adapted from an ancient Chinese verse: “Reeds and rushes grow green/ white dew fades to frost / The lady of my thoughts / is on the river’s other shore.”

  1. Classical Verse: Spring采桑子·春 Lyrics by Hou Juefei, Music by Deng Yao ,  Accompaniment by Changhui Guan

This modern poem in a classical poetic form compares a delicate girl in rustling fabrics to a willow dancing

on the water’s surface. She is surrounded by a vivid scene of flora and fauna coming to life in springtime.

  1. Ode to Pear Blossom梨花颂 Lyrics by Weng Sizai, Music by Yang Nailin

This is adapted from the melodic theme of a Peking Opera, “The Imperial Consort of Tang Dynasty.”

The song depicts the legendary beauty Yang Guifei, who is forced to make the

ultimate sacrifice for her husband, a Tang dynasty emperor.

Jin Quanai, Soprano        Xiao-ying Zhao, Piano

  1. 作曲家 维托里奥·蒙蒂(Vittorio Monti 查尔达什(Csárdás  REN Yongxiang, violin
  2. Youth Dance青春舞曲 Uygur folk song

“The sun sets today, but will rise again tomorrow / Flowers that fade will bloom again next year /

Yet the little birds that flew away left no trace / like the birds, the spring of my youth is forever lost.”

 

  1. A Piece of Peach Blossom 一首桃花          Music by Zhou Xueshi ., Arranged by Lin Huiyin

This particular piece was composed by Lin Huiyin when she reunited with Xu Zhimo during her convalescence in Fragrant Hills, Beijing. Seeing the beloved old friend again triggers all the golden memories. Thanks to that, we now can enjoy this beautiful song: A Piece of Peach Blossom.

  1. Arirang 아리랑 阿里郎 Korean Folk Song, Accompaniment by Changhui Guan

A famous Korean folk song, often considered as the unofficial national anthem of Korea.

Arirang Pass is an imaginary rendezvous of lovers in the land of dreams.

  1. Xintianyou 信天游           Shannxi folk song

Xintianyou, literally “Wandering in the sky”, refers to a genre of folk songs indigenous to Shaanxi Province and surrounding regions in northwestern China. It originated from porters, who would sing while carrying goods to faraway destinations.

Jin Quanai, Soprano       Xiao-ying Zhao, Piano

9.Vineyard Nocturne 葡萄园夜曲                              Music by Lu Zaiyi ., Arranged by Wu Guoping

 NACA Philharmonic Women’s Chorus

  Huntsmen’s Chorus 猎人合唱                        from “Der Freischutz” by Carl Maria von Weber

NACA Philharmonic Men’s Chorus,   Guo Ling, piano

 

  1. 10.Alleluia Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

This stunning piece from Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate provides a rich musical setting for a single word: “Alleluia.”

11.O Mio Babbino Caro                             Lyrics by Giovacchino Forzano, Music by Giacomo Puccini

This aria from the opera Gianni Schicchi describes the pain of the singer, Lauretta, who pleads with her father to not separate her from Rinuccio, the boy whom she loves.

Jin Quanai, Soprano        Sheng Yue, Piano

 

  1. Chopin Scherzo No.2 萧邦谐谑曲No.2

Sheng Yue, Piano

  1. Without My Lover, the Flowers will Not Bloom哥哥不来花不开 Music by Wang Yuanping

From the Chinese opera “The Sweet-Scented Osmanthus Glories the August,” this piece takes its melody from an Eastern Hubei folksong.

 

  1. Dragon Boat Tune 龙船调 Lichuan Folk Song from Hubei

The witty and festive Dragon Boat Tune originated from a local Hubei tradition of singing at the Dragon Boat Festival. The song depicts a young woman who charms a boatman into ferrying her across the river so that she can attend the festival.

Jin Quanai, Soprano       Guo Ling, Piano

 

 

15.The Seul Lullaby                                          Words by Rudyard Kipling Music by Eric Whitacre

 

  1. Jasmine Flower茉莉花 Jiangsu Folk Song

One of the first Chinese folk songs to attain international popularity. The song describes young girls marveling at the loveliness and fragrance of white jasmine flowers. This melody was adapted by Giacomo Puccini in his opera Turandot.

  1. In The Field Of Hope 在希望的田野上  Music by Shi Guangnan., Arranged by Chen Xiaoguang

“In the field of hope” is a song of the prosperity and prosperity of the motherland. Through the praise of the promising fields of home, the praise of a good life, a new life, a new age, is expressed.

Jin Quanai, Soprano       Guo Ling, Piano

Wanjun Qiao,Conductor

Art director: Qiao Wanjun

Vocal music instruction: Yu huicheng(The opera professor in Wuhan conservatory of music)

Kerry Deal

Kerry Deal :The opera professor at the school of music (Boston)

Arturo CallegariMc:

McGao Di

PhotographeWang Yancheng

Service: Tim He JianJianHua ChengXiaofeng QiRunJuan

About the Artists

Jin, Quanai, Soprano A Chinese of Korean ethnicity, Ms, Jin is an associate professor of vocal music at Wuhan Conservatory of Music in People’s Republic of China where she is an advisor of Master Degree students. Under the direction of Professor Yu Huicheng, Ms. Jin focused on the performance and theory of ethnic Chinese vocal music during her graduated studies. Ms. Jin has been active on stage by giving many performances in opera, music drama and concert. She has given concerts and participated in academic exchange in Taiwan, Hong Kong, France, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Iceland, Netherland, as well as in conservatories and music institutes in China. She performed in Thailand, New Zealand and French Polynesia as a member of the ensembles selected by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council and Hubei Provincial Government. She was a panel member of the Fourth and Fifth National Peacock Award Vocal Music Contest for students from Chinese conservatories in July 2014 and July 2016 respectively.

Ms. Jin performed at the prestigious Chinese New Year Gala at China Central Television (CCTV) in 2009. In 2011, Ms. Jin performed at the Spring Festival Celebration organized by Chinese Literature and Art Circles in the Great Hall of the People, a famed state building in Beijing. Ms.

Jin’s awards include a third place winner as a member of Bizkca Club at the 13th CCTV National Youth Singers Grand Prix, an Accomplished Performance Award and Individual Contributor Award by Hubei Provincial government, and a Gold Award in the category of ethnic vocal music at Golden Chime Music Award of Hubei Province, as well as the First Place Award at “Chutian Wenhua Award” in the category of ethnic vocal music performance. Ms. Jin published her first Music Album “South Beauty in North Land” in March 2013, and she had her first solo concert “South Beauty in North Land” at Wuhan Qintai Opera House in October of 2013.

Wanjun Qiao, Conductor After graduating from China’s prestigious Central Conservatory of Music, Mr. Qiao was awarded full scholarship to Berklee College of Music in Boston in 1993. Following Berklee, he has successfully organized hundreds of concerts and music events and received many awards and honors. In 2012, a chorus led by him received the Gold Award at the Third World Adult Chorus Festival in Vienna, Austria, and he received the award of Excellent Conductor in the same event. He led members of Boston Eastern Heritage Chorus as they won two silver awards in mixed voice choir super category and multicultural choir super category, and one laureate award in adult female choir super category at 2009 Montreal International Choral Competition. Chorus under his direction won a silver and a bronze in the 4th World Choir Game in Xiamen, China in 2006, as well as two grand awards in the 6th International Chorus Festival in Beijing, China in 2002. He founded the North American Chorus Association, the Canadian Chorus Association, and the Boston Hua Xing Art Troupe. As an artistic director and conductor, he successfully designed and organized ten concerts in North America and Europe in commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in 2015. On October 11, 2015, he conducted the chorus of one thousand singers performing “Yellow River Cantata” accompanied by an orchestra in Boston University’s Agganis Arena. Mr. Qiao has served as the artistic director and conductor of choruses in Boston, Philadelphia, Montreal, Toronto and Sanya of Hainan, P.R. China.  He is also the artistic director of Hua Xing Art Troupe as well as the artistic director and conductor of Hai Nan Women Philharmonic Choir. In 2017 Mr. Qiao Wanjun was appointed an Honorary Professor of Sichuan Conservatory of Music. In August 2017, he was appointed as a special counsel by the Overseas Affairs Office of State Council of People’s Republic of China.

Xiao-ying Zhao, Pianist赵小婴

Madam xiaoying Zhao graduated form Shanghai Music Conservatory with a major in piano.Upon graduation,she jioned the Conservatory staff and accommpanied wind ensembles and choirs in many performances.A highly experienced teacher and performer,she came to Boston with her family in 1985.In addition to teaching piano,Xiaoying Zhao performs frequently in the Greater Boston area.

GuoLing 郭凌

Ms. Ling Guo is gifted and trained in a variety of performing arts.  She received her formal dance and piano education and discipline at Beijing Dance Institute, Hunan Normal University, China Central Conservatory and University of Mississippi. She has had diverse artistic experiences as a piano instructor, competition & grading judge, music editor and actress in TV shows. In addition, she has received awards in these areas.

Over 10+ years she serves as a piano accompanist for many choruses in Greater Boston, performing in innumerable concerts, charity events, and competitions.  She plays a very important role for the choruses winning awards locally and worldwide, among them including 2012 Vienna Golden Hall International Adults Choir Festival Competition (gold award), 2011 Washington DC International Chorus Festival, 2009 Canada Montreal International Choral Competition (gold award), and 2006 Xiamen Fourth World Choral Competition (silver award). Working together with NACA team she is among the organizers successfully holding Boston Commemoration of 70th Anniversary of World Anti-Fascist War “Thousand people Yellow River Cantata” in 2015. It has gained high praise from the audiences. As a member of the USA National Piano Teachers Association, North America Asian Performing Arts Association, Ms. Ling Guo works with a variety of choirs and makes contribution by presenting Chinese choral music, arts and culture to the communities.

Sheng Yue 盛玥

PhD in piano performance.She graduated from the Piano Department of Central Conservatory of Music and Boston University School of music under the tutelage of Tan Xiaotang, associate professor Anthony Di, Professor Bonaventura and Professor Sharon Boaz, director of the Piano Department by Boaz Sharon invited in 2014 after graduation, to stay at the piano professional doctorate (Doctor of Music Arts).

Sheng Yue as a young pianist, performed throughout the United States, Italy, Belgium, France and other countries and the city.

In 2010 China recorded ten outstanding female composers of MS Li Yibing’s chamber music works, premiered in 2012 by the Boston University, Dean of School of music Richard Cornell Anthony di Bonaventura professor of the creation of monumental works.

Professor Sax and the new England Conservatory of music, the new England association president Kenneth Radnofsky brass professor of long-term cooperation, and 2014, 2015 went to Shanghai Conservatory Of Music, Xi’an Conservatory of Music, Central Conservatory of Music high school concert. In 2015 and 2016, he was invited to attend the Shanghai international Sax summer camp and worked closely with master Sax, Kenneth Radnofsky, Vincent David, and so on.

In 2014, a special lecture on the difference between Chinese and American university music education was held at Shanxi University, which was highly praised. His paper, “Tan Dun’s Piano Works — an analysis of the combination of Chinese music elements and western music theory”, held a lecture at the Boston University Music Institute. In 2016, a solo concert was held by the national project of Anhui Finance and Economics University. During his study in the United States, he was interviewed by the official news of the school and the local media many times.

任泳翔  REN Yong

Ms. Ren started learning the violin and the piano when she was three.Since then,her passion for music has grown.She entered the affiliated middle school of Conservatory of Music in China and was at the top of her class both in her major and in other courses.She was the concertmaster of a conservatory orchestra.She also won the first place at an international violin competition.As a student of Peter Zazofsky,Ms.Ren earned her Master’s Degree at Boston University,and was distinguished with scholarship and academic honors.As an active musician,she appeared in recitals,chamber music,concerts,festivals,and drama groups,collaborating with famous artists from all over the world one of them being LangLang.Ms.Ren is the concertmaster and manager of the 2015<Yellow River Cantata> orchestra of two hundred members.

爱乐合唱团

The North American Chorus Association Philharmonic Chorus

Founded in 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts, the North American Chorus Association (NACA) has grown into an extensive collaboration of a dozen choruses across America and Canada. With the mission of promoting choral activities, Wanjun Qiao, NACA’s conductor and artistic director, has been leading nearly 500 singers on a journey of pursuing musical excellence and promoting culture exchanges.

Under the umbrella of NACA, the NACA Philharmonic Chorus (NACA PC) is formed by singers of member choruses for additional training and performance opportunities. NACA PC has performed at notable venues including Sanders Theater at Harvard University and Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory. In 2014, NACA PC presented her first concert to the public. In 2015, a thousand singers from across America gathered in Boston performing the renowned Chinese classical music, Yellow River Cantata, an event organized by NACA. NACA PC played a key role in this event. In October 2016, together with renowned tenor Mr. Yuqiang Dai, NACA PC successfully presented a concert at Jordan Hall. In January 2017 NACA PC presented a New Year’s concert to the public.

NACA PC welcomes everyone with a passion of choral art. If you are interested in join the chorus, please contact us at info@naca135.org .

Conductor: Wanjun Qiao                                             

Accompanists: Zhao Xiaoying,Guo Ling, Sheng Yue

Presented by

Harvard University
Asian performing arts association of North America
To undertake: Boston Huaxing group
Sponsor: chorus association of North America



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