艺术总监

 汤沐海_副本.jpg艺术总监——汤沐海

    汤沐海是活跃于国际乐坛的最     杰出的中国指挥家之一。现任中   国国家交响乐团荣誉指挥、天津   歌剧院艺术总监兼首席指挥、上 海爱乐乐团及浙江交响乐团艺术   总监、贝尔格莱德爱乐乐团首席   指挥及汉堡交响乐团的首席客座   指挥。

    1983年,汤沐海受卡拉扬邀请指挥柏林爱乐乐团,演出的成功为他驰骋世界乐坛奠定了基础。除与柏林爱乐乐团继续合作外,还指挥了许多世界著名乐团,如伦敦爱乐乐团、莱比锡格万特豪斯乐团、德雷斯顿国立交响乐团、巴黎管弦乐团、法国国家交响乐团、悉尼交响乐团和旧金山交响乐团等。曾应邀参加欧洲许多重要的艺术节,许多著名的音乐家与他有过成功合作,如奥依斯特拉赫、罗斯特罗波维奇、穆特、帕尔曼、朗帕尔、阿格里奇、及梅纽因勋爵等。

    汤沐海出生于艺术世家,其父亲是著名的电影导演汤晓丹先生。他从小受各种艺术的熏陶,特别对歌剧情有独钟。曾指挥德国柏林、汉堡、艾森及莱茵国家歌剧院,瑞典斯德哥尔摩皇家歌剧院等,并成功地演出过《没有影子的女人》、《图兰朵》、《玫瑰骑士》、《蝴蝶夫人》、《托斯卡》、《燕子》、《鲍里斯·戈杜诺夫》、《费加罗的婚礼》、《茶花女》、《塞尔维亚的理发师》、《奥赛罗》等经典歌剧。本世纪初作为在欧洲国家级歌剧院担任首席指挥的第一位华人指挥家,他还向观众介绍了众多中国作曲家的歌剧作品。他成功地指挥了谭盾的歌剧《门》在欧洲的首演,2007年指挥谭盾的歌剧《茶》在瑞典斯德哥尔摩现代音乐节上演出。

    汤沐海在繁忙的国际指挥活动的同时,一直关心祖国音乐的发展和建设并定期回国从事指挥教育工作。曾任上海音乐学院指挥系主任、教授,上海音乐厅艺术总监。多次率中国青年交响乐团、中国少年交响乐团、上海青年交响乐团赴欧洲巡演。

    汤沐海指挥欧洲及澳洲众多乐团录制出版的唱片由包括DG和Teldec在内的多家唱片公司在全球发行。2002年,他指挥古本江乐团与沙隆·伊斯宾合作录制的谭盾和克里斯托弗·罗塞的吉他协奏曲唱片荣获第44届格莱美最佳古典现代作品奖。


    As one of the most  Chinese conductors with an established international reputation, Maestro Muhai Tang is currently Laureate Conductor of China National Symphony Orchestra(CNSO),Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Tianjin Grand Opera Orchestra, Artistic Director of the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra and Zhejiang Symphony Orchestras, Chief Conductor of Belgrade Philharmonic orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor of Hamburg Symphony Orchestra. 

    Muhai Tang's international recognition began when Herbert von Karajan invited him to conduct the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in its 1983 subscription series. This success led to many appearances with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and invitations from many of the world's leading orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Staatskapelle Dresden, Bayerischer Rundfunk Symphony, Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre National de France, Sydney Symphony and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestras amongst many others. Since then he has appeared as guest conductor on four continents and at music festivals in Prague, Berlin, Edinburgh, Verona, Bergen and Beijing. He has worked with numerous great artists such as David Oistrakh, Mstislav Rostropovich, Yehudi Menuhin, Itzhak Perlman, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Martha Argerich and Anne-Sophie Mutter to name just a few. 

    Son of a famous film director in China, Muhai Tang has always been drawn to the musical stage, and has conducted opera on several continents, most recently with a highly acclaimed new production of Rossini’s opera Le Comte Ory in Zurich. He previously held the position of Chief Conductor of the Finnish National Opera in Helsinki where he conducted highly successful new productions of Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Turandot, Der Rosenkavalier and Pique Dame, and also Madame Butterfly, Tosca, La Rondine, Boris Godunov, The Marriage of Figaro, La Traviata, The Barber of Seville and Othello. His ballet performances with the company included an acclaimed Sacre du Printemps and a new production of Swan Lake. In 2007 he conducted fully-staged performances of Tan Dun's opera "Tea" with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic.  

    He has an extraordinarily wide repertoire, ranging from Baroque to composers of today. He recently concluded his tenure as Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra and continues with them as Principal Guest Conductor. This has given him an opportunity to explore the chamber orchestra repertoire which has always been close to his heart. In particular Muhai Tang has received great acclaim for his performances of Joseph Haydn.

Previously he has also held Principal Conductor positions with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Flanders, China National Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Orchestra in Australia and the Gulbenkian Orchestra in Lisbon. He was Principal Conductor of the Gulbenkian Orchestra for 12 years, from 1987 to 2000, enhancing the orchestra's reputation with international tours and recordings. In Queensland he was noted for his impressive cycles of the works of Mahler and Bruckner.

    He maintains close links with China, returning regularly to conduct in Beijing and Shanghai. Muhai Tang was Conducting Professor and Head of the Conducting Department at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and has worked for Shanghai Concert Hall as Artistic Director. He also organized China Youth Symphony Orchestra and Shanghai Youth Symphony Orchestra to visit Europe many times.

    Among Muhai Tang's many recordings, the Guitar Concertos by Tan Dun and Christopher Rouse with Sharon Isbin and the Gulbenkian Orchestra won the 44th Grammy award. 



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