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上海医药2017上海夏季音乐节


复兴中路上海交响乐团音乐厅的对面有一家手工制鞋店,店名下跟着一行小字「Since 2005」。有人打趣地问老板,「2005也好意思说啊?」老板理直气壮回答:「这条路上你给我找一家开了12年的店试试!」


这年头做推广,要么是老字号,要么是「赤刮辣新」。八岁上海夏季音乐节(Music in the Summer Air, MISA)有点尴尬,8不是什么大数字,但古话讲「三岁看到老」,八岁的MISA也足以被拿来说事儿。一支交响乐团做音乐节,总想多些新观众、也乐于往常规的古典音乐里加点料。我们且把自己当个老字号,来介绍下今年都有些什么料↓↓↓

△ 2017MISA主视觉①


8是个吉利数字,今年我们讨了个彩头,成双成对的安排了这些节目:


☞ 《莫扎特传》与《泰坦尼克号》


1985年获八项奥斯卡大奖的《莫扎特传》因其引人入胜的剧本和音乐成为妇孺皆知的经典。《费加罗的婚礼》、《唐璜》、《安魂曲》等贯穿莫扎特一生的音乐在这部电影中巧妙地用剧情串联起来。另一部经典《泰坦尼克号》今年将迎来上映20周年,MISA将以交响乐团现场伴奏的形式在户外草坪上完整呈现3小时的电影原作。


☞ 马萨利斯与交响爵士


由贫民窟改建而来的林肯中心是纽约舞台艺术的中心,其中的双子星——纽约爱乐与爵士乐团更是全世界炙手可热的一流团体。今年,两团分别由音乐总监吉尔伯特(Alan Gilbert)和首次来沪的传奇小号温顿•马萨利斯(Wynton Marsalis)挂帅,为观众奉献两场音乐会:一场是林肯中心爵士乐团的沪上首演,另一场是更为珍贵的两团联合音乐会。

△ 温顿•马萨利斯(Wynton Marsalis)



☞ Echo与彩虹的合唱


上海最大的魅力也许就在于她的市民社会传统。在80/90后的这一代人中、在公共空间和个人爱好的交集处,民间合唱势力近两年的成长已成为这座城市一道亮丽的多元景观。今年,全国知名的「网红团体」彩虹合唱团用日本知名作曲家相泽直人的作品与金承志新作《落霞集》组成新一季的「双城记」音乐会,而诞生于复旦大学、近年来同样令专业合唱圈刮目相看的Echo合唱团,将与男中音沈洋一同探索民国作曲家黄自的代表作《长恨歌》


☞ 企鹅咖啡馆与杭盖


MISA每年的节目构成中都会有两场「纯正非古典」音乐会,吸引的观众五花八门:从媒体出版人到创意产业人,从电影爱好者到电音玩家,这些文化产业内的交流互动令我们十分兴奋。今年我们设计的两套音乐会中,一支是享誉上个世纪的多元音乐组合「企鹅咖啡馆乐团」,他们在沉寂十年后将以一张新专辑登录MISA。而当下国际舞台上最有影响力的中国摇滚乐队杭盖,则由古典音乐创意大师谭盾「做媒」牵手上海交响乐团——交响摇滚的现场定是热闹非凡。


企鹅咖啡馆乐团

 杭盖乐队



☞ 纽约爱乐与上海交响


MISA自2015年起形成的「纽约爱乐-上海交响」两支驻节乐团模式延续到了第三年,两支乐团分别担纲了音乐节的开闭幕演出:纽约爱乐以一场纪念曾经担任其音乐总监的作曲家德沃夏克的专场开场,上海交响乐团则将在音乐总监余隆的带领下,以一套即将于今年8月献演于琉森音乐节的曲目,为中国交响乐团在世界顶尖舞台上的首次亮相预热。


纽约爱乐乐团

上海交响乐团


此外,MISA独具特色的露天舞台上,波罗的海吉他四重奏,萨克森铜管五重奏与指挥大师阿巴多创立的欧洲音乐家室内乐团将依次登台;与上海市教育委员会合作多年的青少年板块,小作曲家工作坊、学生节日乐队、青少年职业体验等主题项目将继续深入进行;从2010年创办起,MISA舞台上见证了上海学生交响乐团、上海学生合唱团、上海学生民族乐团和国际青少年音乐夏令营的呱呱坠地和羽翼丰满。本届MISA将会继续呈现这三支代表本市学生艺术最高水准的团体,以及国际学生团体与本市高校艺术团体夏令营及主题活动日共计四场专场演出。


MISA 8有别于以往的最大变化之一,是今年音乐节得到了上海医药集团的大力支持。上海医药集团长期致力于提高民众的健康生活品质,并且积极探索艺术与商业的有机融合。我们由衷感到,是热心推动上海文化发展的社会机构与八年来关注并参与的每一位观众共同创造了MISA。感激之外,愿我们一起前行得更远。


△ 2017MISA主视觉②


Opposite the Shanghai Symphony Hall on Middle Fuxing Road is a shoemaker’s. At the bottom of the shop sign are the words “Since 2005”. A curious customer once asked the shopkeeper why they felt this date was worth drawing attention to. He replied, “Try and find me one other shop on this street that’s been open for 12 years!”

 

Music in the Summer Air,or MISA, is eight years old this year. Eight is an auspicious number in Chinese. And just like for the shoemaker, while some may see it as an embarrassingly small number, it still means that we’ve stood the test oftime.

 

There is a Chinese saying “you’re as old as you’ll ever be at three”. The logic behind this is that the way a person develops in the first few years of their life sets the tone for how they will develop after this point. Eight years may not be a particularly long time, but MISA has certainly matured as an event during thistime.

 

Then again, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra is always thinking about new ways to attract a wider audience to our concerts. Succeeding at this often involves adding something new and unprecedented into the mix.

 

In our promotions so farthis year, we’ve style MISA variously as a time-honoured tradition and an all-new event. The truth of the matter is that MISA embracesboth tradition and innovation. So, without further ado, we bring you MISA 8th: Classical with a twist. Here’s what we’ve added to the mix this year:

 

Amadeus & Titanic


Released in 1985, Amadeus is an all-timeclassic and a winner of 8 Oscars.. Key works from throughout Mozarts life, such as Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Requiem, are beautifully woven into the films narrative. SSO will recreate this classic film with a mixture of both instrumental and choral music.

 

Another classic film, Titanic, is celebrating 20 years since release this year.To mark the occasion, MISA is hosting an open-air screening of the fullthree-hour film, with instrumental accompaniment provided by the Shanghai Opera House Orchestra.

 

Wynton Marsalis & Symphonic Jazz


What was once New Yorks most run-down slum is now home to the Lincoln Centerfor the Performing Arts, a venue aspired to by all on the performing arts scene. The Lincoln Center houses both the New York Philharmonic and Jazz atLincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO), two top groups renowned worldwide.

 

It is a rare privilege for MISA to feature concerts by both groups on its schedule this year, especially since this will be JLCO’s first ever performance in Shanghai. They will be led by the legendary Wynton Marsalis, also in Shanghai for the first time. An even more precious opportunity is a joint concert by the two groups, aonce-in-a-lifetime occasion even in their hometown of New York.


Echo & Rainbow Chamber Singers


Shanghai enjoys a vibrant social scene. Choirs are a part of this scene which have grown inpopularity over the last two years among the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s. They have proven effective at connecting individual hobbies with sociallife. They have also matured in ability, broadening and diversifying the range of what is on offer in the city.

 

The Rainbow Chamber Singers no longer need any introduction in China. They shot to internet fame in 2016 with their hit My Body is Hollowed Out,poking fun at China’s grueling overtime culture.

 

The growth of Fudan University–based Echo in recent years has impressed manyon the professional choir scene. Echo will join forces with renownedbass-baritone Shenyang to perform a rendition of Republican-era composer Huang Tzu’s Song of Everlasting Sorrow, based on theTang-dynasty poem of the same name. This promises to be an exciting musical journey for the discerning enthusiast.

 

Penguin Cafe & Hanggai


Each year, MISA features two concerts which are strictly non-classical. They attract a diverse audience,from producers and creatives to film lovers and electronic music enthusiasts, and we are always excited by the chance for those in the cultural and creative industries to cross paths and interact.

 

One of the non-classical concerts we have arranged this year is Penguin Cafe. Famed for their eclectic musical style, the group was most active in the final decades of lastcentury. They reformed with a new lineup in 2009 after a hiatus lasting more than a decade, and this year they will be performing their brand-new album at MISA.

 

The other is Hanggai — the most internationally recognized Chinese rock band. Hanggai will bejoined by the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra in a joint performance led by contemporary classical composer Tan Dun, of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragonfame. Expect an exciting atmosphere.

 

New York Philharmonic & Shanghai Symphony

 

2017 will be the third consecutive year that the New York Philharmonic and Shanghai Symphony Orchestras have been the cornerstones of MISA. In keeping with the emerging tradition,the New York and Shanghai groups will give the opening and closing performances of the event, respectively.

 

The New York Philharmonic will open with a tribute to Antonín Dvořák, the Czech composer who was commissioned by the orchestra to write the New World Symphony in 1893, while director of the National Conservatory of Music of America.

 

The Shanghai SymphonyOrchestra, led by Music Director Long Yu, will close with a set that they planto take to the Lucerne Festival in August. This will be a chance to warm upbefore showcasing Chinese orchestra on the world stage at the prestigious event in Switzerland.

 

The MISA open air stageis preparing to welcome a unique range of acts this year. The Baltic Guitar Quartet, the Saxony Brass Player Quintet, and the CHAARTS, founded by Claudio Abbado,will each take the stage in turn.

 

The young people’s unit has worked with the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission for many years now to bring activities aimed at young people to MISA. These events will continue to run this year, including the composition workshop, student ensemble, and professional music training.

 

Since its inception in 2010, the MISA stage has witnessed the birth and growth of the Shanghai Student Symphony Orchestra, the Shanghai Youth Choir, the Shanghai Youth Chinese Orchestra, and the Shanghai MISA International Youth Music Summer Camp. The youth orchestras represent the top young musical talent in the city, while the summer camp is a unique learning opportunity for international students and local university students alike. This year, MISA will once again feature a performance by each one of these groups, including a gala concert from the summer camp.

 

One major change from previous years is that this year’s MISA 8th is generously supported by Shanghai Pharmaceutical Holding (SPH).

 

We believe that MISA’ssuccess owes itself both to the organizations responsible for driving cultural development in Shanghai as well as each and every audience member who has participated in the event over the last eight years. We are grateful foreveryone’s support as we look forward to taking the event further this year.



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