Viennese Classicism – OPUS Trio Concert

Viennese Classicism – OPUS Trio Concert

Venue:
Shangyin Opera House - Orchestra Hall
6 Fenyang Road Xuhui Shanghai
Date:
6/2/2023
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Viennese Classicism – OPUS Trio Concert

Viennese Classicism – OPUS Trio Concert

6/2/2023
Shangyin Opera House - Orchestra Hall
6 Fenyang Road Xuhui Shanghai
180 - 280
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Piano: Cui Lan

Violin: Song Yang

Cello: Wu Minzhe

Viola: Wang Bochun

Repertoire

1. Franz Joseph Haydn: Piano trio in G major, Hob. XV: 25 “Gypsy”

2. Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano trio in C minor, Op. 1, No. 3

Intermission

3. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano quartet in G minor, K. 478

*Repertoire and performers are subject to the performance site

Introduction

From Haydn, the father of the symphony, to St. Beethoven, listen to the musical traditions of the Viennese Classical School. The three German and Austrian masters have both inheritance and innovative spirit. They all centered on Vienna. Haydn created an era of music history here. Mozart showed his talents in this art capital as an independent musician. Beethoven left outstanding works that are worshiped by later generations. In the period of classicism, the trio became unique as a genre of chamber music. With the popularization of the piano in the 18th century, the "piano trio" with richer and more diverse musical textures not only attracted the attention of composers, but also aroused music interest.

It is suitable for playing in family concerts. The relationship between the three instruments has developed from the early "accompaniment" to the later "competition". Especially for Beethoven, the piano, violin and cello have achieved a balanced aesthetic. . Mozart's Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor incorporates the viola, an instrument Mozart favored when playing chamber music. The score publishers originally intended the work to be performed by amateur musicians in Vienna, but the composer seems to think otherwise.

Performers Introduction

OPUS Trio was founded by Cui Lan. The word "Opus" in its Chinese and English names means works, taste and quality. From the pictographic point of view, the characters of pin are just the playing positions of the three performers, and the characters of mouth represent the intimate three people.

The resident performers are composed of Cui Lan, associate professor of piano at Shanghai Conservatory of Music, master tutor, and Yamaha educator, Song Yang, a violin teacher at the Shanghai Music Affiliated Middle School, and Wu Minzhe, chief cellist of the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra. They closely combined the enthusiasm for the Philharmonic, the dedication to promoting chamber music and the rigorous academicism, presenting high-level piano trio works to the audience.

Cui Lan|Piano

Graduated from the Piano Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music. During the six years of studying in Europe, he obtained a master's degree in piano, a master's degree in chamber music and a pianist diploma from the Royal Academy of Music in Brussels, and won the full award of the Queen Elisabeth Academy of Music every year. He has studied in the Chamber Music Master Class in Nice, France and the Art Song Master Class in Germany. She won prizes in international piano competitions such as Andre du Modi, YAMAHA, and Aeterna, and won the first prize in the Valmalete International Piano Competition in Paris, France in 2004. The 2019 Italian Puccini International Competition Excellent Art Direction Award. In 2012, he was awarded the Excellent Young Teacher Fund of the Ministry of Education and the Innovation Fund of the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission. In 2018, he was selected for the "Music Talents" project. In 2020, he was selected for the "Young Talents Support Program" of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.

Since 2008, he has been the art director of the Vocal and Song Department of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, and has participated in the teaching of chamber music art songs for more than ten years. In 2020, he opened the course "Cooperative Art of French Art Songs" and founded the OPUS Trio. He has successfully toured many piano trio concerts in various cities in China. In 2015, she published the record of "Cui Lan Piano Recital", and in 2017, she published the record of "Schubert Art Songs" in Shanghai Music Publishing House. She has published many academic papers and serialized in domestic academic journals such as "Piano Art" .

Cui Lan has held piano recitals and chamber music concerts in China, Europe and the United States. He has performed at the Belgian National Radio, the ZA Music Festival in the Netherlands, the German Art Song Master Class, the Hamburg Conservatory of Music, the Karlsruhe Conservatory of Music in Germany, the Menton Music Festival in France, the Nice Music Festival in France, the Salzburg Summer Music Festival in Austria, and the United States. The Great Lakes Music Festival and other places held concerts; and cooperated with the Prima La Musica Orchestra of France and the Royal Walloon Symphony Orchestra of Belgium under the command of Dumay to perform several piano concertos.

Famous pianist and chamber music player M. Pressler once commented on her performance: "With superb skills, sensitive mind and delicate emotions, her performance surprised me very much." In 2019, Cui Lan participated in the "Chinese Music Festival" held in Germany led by Dean Liao Changyong. Hartmut Holl (Hall), the dean of the Karoo Academy of Music in Germany and a famous vocal art director, commented on her performance: "This concert is held in Germany. Any corner of the world will be top-notch!"

Song Yang|Violin

In 1993, he began to study with the famous performer Professor Zheng Shisheng. In 2006, he studied with Professor Kazarina, the successor of the Orle School at the St. Petersburg Conservatory of Music in Russia. He has inherited the artistic tradition and mantle of masters such as Yasha Heifetz and Misha Elman. His teachers also include Professor Grazi and Professor Bochkova of the Moscow Conservatory of Music, Professor Chumachenko and Professor Zaha Brown from Germany, and performed for the master during Mr. Isaac Stern's visit to China.

As a violin soloist, at the end of 2016, Song Yang dedicated a rare concert by an international professional orchestra in the Concert Hall of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra and the Shanghai Song of the Earth Chamber Orchestra to commemorate the 260th anniversary of Mozart's birth: three and a half hours in one night Time, played all six of Mozart's major violin concertos with extremely high artistic standards. This is an iconic concert that has caused a sensation in the entire industry, creating a miracle in the history of violin performance in China and even in the world. The media commented: This is the only concerto marathon in China’s history. Not only did there not appear aesthetic fatigue and physical challenges, but all artists and audiences included, there was an atmosphere of music appreciation in the concert hall with the same expression and tacit understanding.

The students he trained have won awards in China Qingdao International, Menuhin, Hong Kong, Australia, the United States, Canada and other competitions and signed contracts with brokerage companies. Students are admitted to Julia, Manhattan, New England, Colburn, Yale, Bard, Peabody, Indiana Conservatory of Music, Royal Conservatory of Music, Hans Eisler, Germany, Shanghai and Beijing, etc. college. He has also worked with major orchestras in the US, Europe, Mainland China and Hong Kong.

Wu Minzhe|Cello

Wu Minzhe graduated from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and started learning piano at the age of 3 under the tutelage of Professor Wang Yu and Professor Sheng Yiqi. He started to learn cello at the age of ten, under the tutelage of professor Lin Yingrong and famous cellist Cao Min. Wu Minzhe won the second place in the National Youth Cello Competition (Junior Group) while studying at the High School Attached to the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. He was the principal cellist of the Symphony Orchestra of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the principal cellist of the Asian Youth Orchestra. Zhijiong, Huang Mengla and other performers formed the "Shanghai New Music Troupe". Since 2010, he has served as the principal cello of the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra.

Wu Minzhe has been invited many times with Huang Mengla, the gold medal winner of the 49th Paganini International Violin Competition, Huang Doudou, the artistic director of the Shanghai Song and Dance Troupe, the famous conductor Zhang Guoyong, the ninth vice chairman of the Chinese Musicians Association, and the famous composer Zhao Jiping. Artist exchanges and cooperation. His performances are all over the world: China, Canada, Switzerland, Philadelphia, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Belgium, Golden Hall in Vienna, Austria, etc., all of which have received enthusiastic response and high praise. He also represented China as a judge of the Ginastera International Music Competition. As a cello educator, Wu Minzhe's students have won many international awards one after another.

Wu Minzhe has won high praise in the industry for his solid professional skills, deep understanding and interpretation of music, and rich performance experience.

Special Invitation: Wang Bochun|Viola

Born in a family of musicians in Shanghai, since 2009, he has studied viola in the middle school attached to the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, undergraduate. In 2019, he was recommended to the Shanghai Conservatory of Music for graduate students, under the tutelage of Professor Sheng Li. And in September 2020, he will go to the Royal Danish Academy of Music for a one-year study exchange.
In addition to studying the main course of viola, he established the Energico String Quartet with his classmates. In 2013, he won the first prize in the chamber music juvenile group of the first Schoenfeld International String Competition (Schoenfeld International String Competition). Since 2015, he has participated in the formation of two piano quartets, Pantoum and Transient. In 2019 and 2020, he recorded and published the CD "Brahms and Schumann Piano Quartet Album" and "Beethoven's 250th Anniversary Piano Quartet Album" .

In addition, he also taught himself to compose, and completed "The First Symphony "Expedition"", "The Second Symphony "Overture"", chamber music jazz tango "JATAN" and other works. In 2018, he adapted Bartok's "Romanian Folk Dance" for Twelve Zhongti and published it. In 2020 and 2021, he was commissioned by Shanghai People's Broadcasting Station to co-create the song "Together" for the theme of poverty alleviation and Party building. Go to see happiness", "Song of the Lighthouse", and broadcast on various platforms of SMG.

Notice

Time: 2023.06.02, 19:30

Venue: Shangyin Opera House-Orchestral Rehearsal Hall

Price: 280, 180


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