【Shanghai】Postponed Completely Brahms - Lu Siqing Violin Solo Concert

【Shanghai】Postponed Completely Brahms - Lu Siqing Violin Solo Concert

Venue:
Shanghai Oriental Art Center - Concert Hall
425 Dingxiang Road, near Century Avenue Pudong Shanghai
Date:
7/13/2022
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【Shanghai】Postponed Completely Brahms - Lu Siqing Violin Solo Concert

【Shanghai】Postponed Completely Brahms - Lu Siqing Violin Solo Concert

7/13/2022
Shanghai Oriental Art Center - Concert Hall
425 Dingxiang Road, near Century Avenue Pudong Shanghai
180 - 880
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Introduction

Lu Siqing, a famous Chinese violinist
Even the soft and perfect interpretation will take you to feel the flow of 
light in Brahms's writings, the years are long.

 

小提琴Violin | 吕思清Siqing Lu

钢  琴Piano | 孙颖迪Yingdi Sun

 

曲目 Program

 

勃拉姆斯 Brahms

G大调第一小提琴奏鸣曲,作品78

Violin Sonata No.1 in G major, Op.78

A大调第二小提琴奏鸣曲,作品100

Violin Sonata No.2 in A major, Op.100

d小调第三小提琴奏鸣曲,作品108

Violin Sonata No.3 in d minor, Op.108

 

*曲目以现场为准 Program is sujbect to change

 

 

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小提琴|吕思清

Violin | LU Siqing

 

Lu Siqing is undoubtedly the most active and well-known outstanding Chinese violinist in the international music scene. 

As the first oriental person to win one of the highest awards in the international violin art - 
the gold medal of the Italian Paganini Violin Competition, his wonderful and exciting piano sound has
already spread all over the Vienna Golden Hall, the Lincoln Center for the Arts in New York, Los Angeles,
Hollywood Bowl, National Arts Centre Ottawa, Place des Arts de Montréal, Barbican Centre UK, Royal Opera House London,
Wigmore Hall, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, France, Louis XIV Opera House of Versailles, Russia Moscow Concert Hall,
Tokyo Suntory Concert Hall, Australia Melbourne Arts Center, Sydney Opera House, Singapore Esplanade,
Abu Dhabi Emirates Palace Auditorium, China National Grand Theater and other famous performance venues around the world.
Lv Siqing has won audiences from more than 40 countries and regions with his passionate performance and unparalleled musical charm,
and has been praised by Western media as "an outstanding genius violinist".
Lu Siqing maintains close cooperation with top conductors and musicians at home and abroad, 
including Lorraine Maazel, Valery Gergiev, Leonard Slatkin, Aidu Diwart , Vladimir Ashkenazy, Lawrence Foster, Van Zweden,
Osmo Wanska, Michel Plasson, Bocelli, Yu Long, Lang Lang, Lu Jia, Tang Muhai, Shao En, Tan Lihua, Lv Shaojia, Jian Wenbin, Lin Zhaoliang,
Wang Yujia, Wang Jian, Zhang Xian, Zhang Yi, Li Xincao, Yang Yang, Dai Yuqiang and Tan Dun, etc.
Lu Siqing was also invited as a soloist at the world premiere concert of Tan Dun's Violin Concerto "Hero" held in Poland in 2011.
Many well-known Chinese and foreign orchestras have also collaborated with Lu Siqing, 
including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the British Philharmonic Orchestra,
the London Symphony Orchestra, the German Rheinland Symphony, the Halle Orchestra,
the Bilbao Symphony Orchestra of Spain, the Berne Symphony Orchestra of Switzerland,
Salzburg Chamber Orchestra, Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, Aspen Festival Orchestra,
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Washington Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra,
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, Russian State Symphony Orchestra,
Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Yomiuri Shimbun Symphony Orchestra,
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, National Centre for the Performing Arts Orchestra,
China Philharmonic Orchestra, China National Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra,
Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra, National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra group, etc.
Lu Siqing has also been invited many times to participate in Aspen, Ravinia, Germany, 
Ludwigsburg, Germany, Geneva, Switzerland, Montreux-Vevey, Ascona, Savolina, Finland, Spain,
France, Italy, In Japan and other top art festivals and music festivals around the world,
he has served as the artistic director of the "May Music Festival" of the National Centre for the
Performing Arts of China for many years. He is also frequently invited as a jury member in
several international music competitions, such as the Menuhin International Youth Violin Competition and the
Stern International Violin Competition.
In recent years, Lv Siqing also founded the "Lv Siqing Shenzhen Futian International String Art Week" and
served as the artistic director. From 2021, Lv Siqing has been invited to serve as the founding principal of
Yehudi Menuhin School in Qingdao. As a student of Master Menuhin, he is in charge of the only overseas school of
Menuhin School, which has made a successful art story.
Lu Siqing has collaborated with world-renowned record labels including Philips, Naxos, Marco Polo and BIS to 
publish many solo albums. Among them, the "Sarasati Violin Works Famous Performance" with the
Bilbao Symphony Orchestra of Spain was a great success. In addition, he used six Stradivari, Guarneri, Amati Italian famous pianos,
and recorded "Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" version with the Toronto Chamber Orchestra, which was praised by authoritative music critics.
It is "the performance and recording are both A+ Tiandi level, which is an invincible production that can be encountered but not sought after".
He has also recorded five editions of the "Liang Zhu" Violin Concerto, which has been distributed in the millions and is hailed as the
best version available today. Lv Siqing's latest recording is "The Beauty of Violin - Lv Siqing Concerto Album" with the
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, which includes Mendelssohn and Bruch's violin concertos and Chinese composer Tan Dun's violin concerto "Drama".
The record is published worldwide by ABC Classics, Australia's largest record label.
Lv Siqing has won many honors around the world for his outstanding artistic achievements and extensive social influence, 
including the U.S. House of Representatives Honorary Certificate, the New Jersey "Outstanding Asian Artistic Achievement Award",
the California Senate Honorary Certificate, and the United States.
Honorary certificate of the California House of Representatives Executive Committee, Germany's Montblanc Award for Excellence in Art,
one of the "100 Young People Influencing China in the 21st Century" by "China Youth" magazine, cultural ambassador of Audi Yingjiehui, etc.
The city of Millbrae, California, also designated September 16, 2006 as "Lu Siqing Day".
Lu Siqing was born in Qingdao, China in 1969. 
He began to learn violin at the age of four, and was admitted to the Primary School
attached to the Central Conservatory of Music at the age of eight.
He studied under Professor Wang Zhenshan and became the youngest student in the
history of this famous institution. At the age of 11, he was selected by the
world-renowned violinist Yehudi Menuhin. He studied at the Gifted Music School he founded in
England. In 1984, he returned to China to continue his studies.
At the age of 19, he went to the Juilliard School of Music in New York for further study,
where he studied under the world-renowned violin educators Ms. Derohi Dile and Mr. Jiang Xiao.
Lu Siqing now uses a violin named "Miss Crisby" made in 1699 by Italian master Stradivarius, 
specially provided by Mr. Li Dawei, a Chinese-Australian philanthropist.

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钢琴|孙颖迪

Piano | SUN Yingdi

 

Sun Yingdi, Deputy Head of the Piano Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music. 
In 2005, Sun Yingdi won the gold medal at the 7th Holland Liszt International Piano Competition,
becoming the first Chinese pianist to win this title.
Because of his excellent interpretation of Liszt's works,
he has been called "primary color Liszt" by the western mainstream media.
In recent years, he has been active in domestic and international music stages, 
and has performed on internationally important stages such as the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam,
the Barbican Center in London, Wigmore Hall in London, Konzerthaus in Berlin, Switzerland, and
Zurich Town Hall in Switzerland. A concert was held. Sun Yingdi has collaborated with famous orchestras such as
the Russian Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the French National Radio Philharmonic Orchestra,
the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra,
the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra,
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Macau Symphony Orchestra, Singapore Chinese Orchestra,
China Philharmonic Orchestra, National Centre for the Performing Arts Orchestra of China, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra,
Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra, Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, etc.,
with famous conductors: Valery Gergiev, Zheng Mingxun, Michel Plasson, Peter Altricht, Aidu Dihuat, Zoltan Keqi Shi,
Stephen Deneuve, David Stern, Yuri Bashmet, Yu Long, Tang Muhai, Ye Cong, Lu Jia, Zhang Guoyong, etc.
The "Meijie China Trio" formed by Sun Yingdi, 
the famous violinist Lu Siqing and the famous cellist Qin Liwei holds concerts irregularly
every year, and has become the most influential chamber music group in China.
Sun Yingdi has entered the Shanghai Conservatory of Music to study piano performance since
he was a child. He has studied with professors such as Zhang Chongfang, Luo Xiao, Chen Yanxin and Sheng Yiqi.
Leslie Howard, an authority on the works of Lai and Liszt, and masters such as Mr. Fu Cong and Mr. Xu Zhong.
Sun Yingdi is currently an associate professor and master tutor of the Piano Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music.
She has served as a judge for the CCTV Piano and Violin Competition, the Anton Rubinstein International Piano Competition and the
Liszt International Piano Competition in the Netherlands.

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