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The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) Conservatory of Music holds the world premiere of Ye Xiaogang’s new song_Work_Audience_Yuan Fang

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The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) Conservatory of Music holds the world premiere of Ye Xiaogang’s new song_Work_Audience_Yuan Fang

Original title: The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) Conservatory of Music held the world premiere of Ye Xiaogang’s new song in a chamber music concert

Pianist Yuan Fang performed Ye Xiaogang’s “Falling Flowers”.

[Shenzhen Business Daily](Reporter Qi Qi/Wen Hanmo/Photo) On the evening of June 12, the “Summer Journey” chamber music concert of the School of Music of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) was played in the Longgang Cultural Center Concert Hall. Chen Yonghua, Jin Zhenhong, Yuan Fang, Zhu Huiling, Zhang Jingye, Zhu Yiping and other outstanding teachers from the Conservatory of Music joined the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra Soloist Chamber Orchestra to present an artistic performance to the audience and netizens who watched the live broadcast on the Internet. A colorful feast.

The “Summer Journey” chamber music concert is supported by the Propaganda Department of the CPC Shenzhen Longgang District Committee, sponsored by the School of Music of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), Shenzhen Longgang District Culture, Radio, Television, Tourism and Sports Bureau, and jointly sponsored by Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Town Culture and Sports Industry Management Co., Ltd. Professor Ye Xiaogang, a famous composer and founding dean of the School of Music of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), planned and served as the artistic director.

As the second public concert of the Conservatory of Music, the “Summer Journey” chamber music concert is rich in types and forms, including Western classic music works, Chinese original music, and the premiere of many works. There are instrumental solos, ensembles, and vocal solos.

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In the beautiful melody of British composer Elgar’s famous musical piece “Salute of Love”, the concert officially began. The performance was performed by teacher Zhang Jingye playing the violin and student Feng Xiaolin playing the piano. The lingering, sweet and melodious musical emotions instantly brought the audience into the splendid world of music. Afterwards, the two performed together “Brothers” by Estonian composer Alvo Patt and “Homesickness” by Ma Sicong, the first generation violin music composer and performer in China, to pay tribute to the 110th anniversary of Ma Sicong’s birth. Respect.

The highlight of the concert is the world premiere of the piano solo “Falling Flowers” brought by the famous pianist and Professor Yuan Fang from the Conservatory of Music. “Falling Flowers” is the second piece of the orchestral “Light of Zhuhai” suite created by Dean Ye Xiaogang at the request of the Zhuhai Municipal Party Committee Propaganda Department. . This time, Professor Yuan Fang performed the piano solo version of “Falling Flowers”. The soulful and agile performance and the artistic conception of the work perfectly matched the artistic conception of the work, which made the audience feel the agitation and washing of the soul by elegant art, and let the audience complete an immersion in the classic masterpiece. style experience.

The premieres of the other two works are also exciting – Young composer Dr. Jin Zhuosheng’s work “Have”, which won an international award, was premiered in China by the Shenzhen Symphony Solo Chamber Orchestra, allowing the academic world to witness Jin Zhuosheng’s use of his own music. The language expresses his stance on Shakespeare’s literary concept, which shows his personal judgment on the real art world, and it is also a demonstration of the concept of contemporary youth art creation; Professor Chen Yonghua’s oboe, viola and cello trio “Summer” based on real stories It is the mainland premiere. The work tries to restore the inspiring life of the protagonist Zhang Weisong. Through the change of musical form and the effect of ensemble, the audience can feel the heroic figure who embraces the sun, loves painting, and fights the disease to the end. Teenagers, the emotions of the live audience also fluctuated with the rhythm of the trio.

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In terms of vocal performance, Zhu Yiping played the piano accompaniment, mezzo-soprano Professor Zhu Huiling, soprano Zhou Ni, and tenor Li Biao brought to the audience a selection of Mahler’s song collection “The Magic Horn of the Youth”, Francis Prang Ke’s work “Whispers”, and three art songs of “Reincarnation of Life”, “Serenade” and “I Can’t Find Peace”.

Finally, the first and fourth movements of Gabriel Faure’s “Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor” brought together by Professor Jin Zhenhong, Professor Yuan Fang, Mr. Zhang Jingye and Mr. Nie Jiapeng played the finale. The difficult works fully demonstrate the superb artistic level of the faculty of the Conservatory of Music. Return to Sohu, see more

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