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YUNDI & WARSAW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Time:       9/5/2017    19:30
Place:  Concert Hall
Price:  (RMB)

YUNDI & WARSAW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

2017/9/5  19:30

TUE

CONCERT HALL

Tickets (RMB): VIP 1280 1080 880 680 480 280 80

PIANO | YUNDI

PROGRAM

Chopin | Piano Concerto No.1 in e minor, Op.11

Piano Concerto No.2 in f minor, Op.21

         

* Program is subject to change

PIANO | YUNDI

YUNDI was propelled onto the international stage when he won first prize at the XIV Chopin International Piano Competition at the age of 18, becoming the youngest and first Chinese winner in the history of the renowned competition. Since then, he has been regarded as a leading exponent of Chopin’s music. On autumn 2014, the Fryderyk Chopin Institute, as the organizer of The InternationalFryderyk Chopin Piano Competition has invited Yundi to be one of the jury of The 17th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in 2015, who is also the youngest juror of the competition. The New York Times praised his performances “the brilliant young Chinese pianist, has proved a technically astounding pianist who is by turns elegant and rambunctious, coolly expressive and white-hot.”

On his regular recital tours, Yundi has performed at many prestigious venues and festivals. In addition, orchestras and conductors with whom he has collaborated include the Berliner Philharmoniker and Seiji Ozawa, Leipzig Gewandhausorchester and Riccardo Chailly, Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Daniel Harding, Rotterdam Philharmonic and Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Philharmonia Orchestra and Andrew Davis, Mariinsky Orchestra and Valery Gergiev, and the Israel Philharmonic and Gustavo Dudamel. He has also performed with the National Symphony Orchestra (Washington), Philadelphia Orchestra, Toronto Symphony and NHK Symphony.

Yundi’s new recording albums of Chopin Preludes was released in the autumn of 2015, and Ballades in the spring of 2016. Then, Yundi started his recital tour of all Chopin program. YUNDI's 2016 spring tour includes Carnegie Hall in New York City, Paris, London, Berlin, Vienna and Rome.

Feb 21st, 2016, Yundi stared his world tour with a concert in Walt Disney Concert Hall. In the following two months, he has toured 19 cities in 11 countries of Europe, 9 cities in Japan and 6 cities in China, gaining a great professional reputation.  As the Carnegie Hall concert, many concert has been sold out long before.

Warsaw Philharmonic

Warsaw Philharmonic gave its first concert on 5th November 1901 in the Philharmonic’s newly built concert hall. The Orchestra was conducted by Emil Młynarski - co-founder, first music director and resident conductor of the Philharmonic, while the solo part was played by Ignacy Jan Paderewski.

Already before World War I and between the world wars, the Philharmonic became a key centre of musical life in Poland and one of Europe’s major musical institutions.

In the early years after World War II, the orchestra’s concerts were held in theatres and sport halls. On 21st February 1955, the Philharmonic moved to a new seat (which replaced the one destroyed by German air raids) and was granted the status of the National Philharmonic. Under its new director Witold Rowicki, it regained the reputation of Poland’s leading symphony orchestra. In 1955-58 the position of artistic director was held by Bohdan Wodiczko, then again by Rowicki, and from 1977 – by Kazimierz Kord. Between January 2002 and August 2013, Antoni Wit was both the Philharmonic’s managing and artistic director. Since 1st September 2013 the position of artistic director of Warsaw Philharmonic has been held by Jacek Kaspszyk.

Today Warsaw Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra enjoys worldwide popularity and acclaim. It has made over 140 concert tours on five continents, appearing in all of the world’s major concert halls. It also regularly performs during the International F. Chopin Piano Competitions in Warsaw and the ‘Warsaw Autumn’ Festival, records for the Polish Radio and state television (TVP) as well as Polish and foreign record labels and film companies. The Orchestra has frequently been awarded prestigious record prizes, including the Grammy in 2013 (and six Grammy nominations) for their recordings of Penderecki’s and Szymanowski’s large-scale vocal-instrumental works, Diapason d’Or, ICMA, Gramophone Award, Record Geijutsu, Classical Internet Award, Cannes Classical Award, and the Fryderyk Award of the Polish Phonographic Academy.

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