亚洲青年管弦乐团(Asian Youth Orchestra)

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亚洲青年管弦乐团(Asian Youth Orchestra)

亚洲青年管弦乐团 Asian Youth Orchestra

亚洲青年管弦乐团(简称「亚青」) 的一百位成员,均是经过严格的挑选出来的精英乐手。他们分别来自中国、香港、台湾、日本、韩国、马来西亚、菲律宾、新加坡、泰国及越南。每年夏天,他们均相聚六个星期,首三星期为一个排练营,之后则是三星期与享誉国际的独奏家和指挥家的巡回演出。

过去,曾与亚青演出过的包括大提琴家马友友、麦斯基、王健及维勒斯坦、小提琴家甘祈顿、沙涵、奥利华拉、金永旭、林昭亮、女高音家安美玲、钢琴家拉洛嘉、莉卡、费尔沙、美艺三重奏、以及小号独奏家哈顿贝格。乐团的指挥亦包括哥美士安拿、施奈德、谭盾、卡穆、朱特、以及乐团的创办人曼纽因及庞信。

自1990年首场演出后,亚青曾于亚洲、欧洲、北美和澳洲,演出过二百九十一场音乐会,观众人数超过一百万人。电台及电视台转播计有香港电视台、日本NHK电视台、卫星电视台、CNN 以及CNBC。

超过二万多位年龄由十七至二十七岁的乐手曾经参加过亚青的试听甄选。成功入选的乐手会接受来自巴尔的摩交响乐团、波士顿交响乐团、芝加哥交响乐团、布鲁塞尔蒙内皇家剧院、国家交响乐团、三藩市交响乐团、波士顿及皮博迪音乐学院的专业导师们指导。

回顾亚青演出历史,焦点包括有第一次有中国及台湾乐手于北京及台北同台演出;亚青成为五十年来首个在越南河内演出的国际乐团;于七月一日回归庆典上,与大提琴家马友友首演作曲家谭盾所谱的「交响曲一九九七」;多次于北京人民大会堂内表演;以及于美国白宫、纽约联合国总部、林肯中心艾维利‧费沙演奏厅、好莱坞露天音乐厅、阿姆斯特丹皇家音乐厅、柏林及维也纳的音乐厅、及悉尼歌剧院内献演。

亚青,为一个学费全免的音乐活动,主旨在于燃点亚洲音乐家在亚洲从事音乐工作的一份自豪感,借此减轻亚洲人材外流的问题。亚青为亚洲一些最出色的年青音乐家提供了丰富及多元化的艺术经验,其中包括了难能可贵的国际文化交流、学习以及与本世纪最享誉盛名的国际音乐家巡回演出的好机会。

亚青的组织架构,由一个香港商界人仕组成的委员会,于一九八七年成立,并以非牟利慈善信托基金的形式注册,符合香港税务条例第八十八项,为一个免税机构。

艺术总监及指挥 - 庞信
首席指挥 - 朱特

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About AYO

亚洲青年管弦乐团 Asian Youth Orchestra

Founded by Yehudi Menuhin & Richard Pontzious
Inaugural concerts conducted in August 1990 by Yehudi Menuhin
Sergiu Comissiona, conductor laureate

Richard Pontzious, artistic director and conductor
James Judd, principal conductor

The 100 members of the Asian Youth Orchestra (AYO) are among the finest pre-professional musicians in China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Chosen through highly competitive auditions held throughout the region, they are together for six weeks each summer, initially for a three-week Summer Festival and Rehearsal Camp in Hong Kong, then for a three-week international concert tour with celebrated conductors and solo artists.

Cellists Yo-Yo Ma, Mischa Maisky, Wang Jian and Alisa Weilerstein, violinists Gidon Kremer, Gil Shaham, Elmar Oliveira, Young Uck Kim, Suwanai Akiko and Cho-Liang Lin, soprano Elly Ameling, pianists Alicia de Larrocha, Cecile Licad, Leon Fleisher, the Beaux Arts Trio and trumpeter Hakan Hardenberger are among those who have performed with AYO. Conductors include Sergiu Comissiona, Alexander Schneider, Tan Dun, Okko Kamu, Eri Klas, principal conductor James Judd, and the orchestra's co-founders, Yehudi Menuhin and Richard Pontzious.

Since its inaugural concerts in 1990 the Asian Youth Orchestra has played 291 concerts in Asia, Europe, the US and Australia to an audience of more than one million concertgoers. Millions more around the world have seen and heard the orchestra on CNN, CNBC Asia, NHK Television, Radio and Television Hong Kong, and Star TV.

A staggering 20,000 musicians, ranging in age from 17 to 27, have auditioned for AYO. Those selected for the full scholarship program study with an exceptional artist-faculty of principal players from the Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, National, San Francisco and Pittsburgh symphony orchestras, Brussels' Monnaie Opera, the Triple Helix Trio, and the Boston and Peabody conservatories.

Highlights in AYO's history include the first concerts played by musicians from China and Taiwan in Beijing and Taipei, the first concerts by an international orchestra in 50 years in Hanoi, the world premiere performances of Tan Dun's Symphony 1997 with cellist Yo-Yo Ma in Hong Kong and Beijing marking the territory's reunification with China, multiple appearances in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, performances in the White House and at the United Nations, and concerts around the world, in New York's Avery Fisher Hall, California's Hollywood Bowl, Amsterdam's Concertgebouw, Berlin's Shauspielhaus, Vienna's Konzerthaus, and Sydney's Opera House.

A tuition-free summer program, the Asian Youth Orchestra is designed to ignite a pride for what can be achieved by Asian musicians in Asia, while affecting a positive influence on the brain and talent drain that continues to frustrate all Asian nations. It is the orchestra's intention to expose Asia's brightest young musicians to rich and varied artistic experiences that include rare opportunities for exchange, study and performance.

A formation committee of Hong Kong businessmen and women created the organizational structure for the Asian Youth Orchestra in 1987 and established it as a tax-exempt non-profit organization qualified under Section 88 of the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Ordinance.

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