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Gianandrea Noseda & National Symphony Orchestra





PIANO|Haochen Zhang







拉赫玛尼诺夫     d小调第三钢琴协奏曲,作品30

马勒             升c小调第五交响曲


Rachmaninoff    Piano Concerto No.3 in d Minor, Op.30

Mahler          Symphony No.5 in c-sharp Minor

*曲目以现场为准 Program is subject to change














在2019 - 2020演出季诺塞达将客座指挥巴伐利亚广播交响乐团,丹麦国家交响乐团,斯卡拉管弦乐团,法国国家管弦乐团,圣塞西莉亚国家管弦乐团,苏黎世爱乐乐团,鹿特丹爱乐乐团,维也纳交响乐团。








由于他对意大利艺术的杰出贡献,出生于米兰的诺塞达被授予意大利共和国荣誉指挥家。2015年,他获得了音乐美国年度最 佳指挥奖,并被提名为2016年国际歌剧奖年度最 佳指挥。2016年12月,他有幸在斯德哥尔摩指挥了诺贝尔奖音乐会。


Gianandrea Noseda is one of the world's most sought-after conductors, equally recognized for his artistry in both the concert hall and opera house. He was named the National Symphony Orchestra's seventh music director in January 2016 and began his four-year term with the 2017-2018 season. In September 2018, at the start of his second season with the NSO, his contract was extended for four more years, through the 2024-2025 season. He leads 12 weeks of subscription concerts with the Orchestra this season, as well as their first appearance together at Carnegie Hall in New York in May 2019.


In addition to his position with the NSO, Noseda also serves as Principal Guest Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra and Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Principal Conductor of the Orquestra de Cadaqués, and Artistic Director of the Stresa Festival in Italy. In July 2018, the Zurich Opera House appointed him the next General Music Director beginning in the 2021-2022 season where the centerpiece of his tenure will be a new Ring Cycle directed by Andreas Homoki, the opera house's artistic director.

Nurturing the next generation of artists is important to Noseda, as evidenced by his ongoing work in masterclasses and tours with youth orchestras, including the European Union Youth Orchestra, and with his recent appointment as music director of the newly-created Tsinandali Festival and Pan-Caucasian Youth Orchestra in the village of Tsinandali, Georgia, which begins in 2019.

Noseda has conducted the most important orchestras and at leading opera houses and festivals including the Berlin Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, La Scala, Munich Philharmonic, Met Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, NHK Symphony, Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre National de France, Philadelphia Orchestra, Royal Opera House, Salzburg Festival, Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna Symphony, and Zurich Opera House. From 2007 until 2018, Noseda served as Music Director of Italy's Teatro Regio Torino where he ushered in a transformative era for the company matched with international acclaim for its productions, tours, recordings, and film projects.

Gianandrea Noseda also has a cherished relationship with the Metropolitan Opera dating back to 2002. He returns this season to lead performances of a new production of Adriana Lecouvreur featuring Anna Netrebko, which receives its premiere at the New Year's Eve Gala on December 31, 2018. In recent years, he has conducted Gounod's Roméo et Juliette, which received its premiere at the New Year's Eve Gala in 2016, and a critically acclaimed new production of Les pêcheurs de perles which premiered at the New Year's Eve Gala in 2015. His widely praised interpretation of Prince Igor from the 2013-2014 season is available on DVD from Deutsche Grammophon.

The institutions where he has had significant roles include the BBC Philharmonic which he led from 2002-2011; the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, where the Victor de Sabata Chair was created for him as principal guest conductor from 2010-2014; and the Mariinsky Theatre in St.

Petersburg, which appointed him its first-ever foreign principal guest conductor in 1997, a position he held for a decade. He was Principal Guest Conductor of the Rotterdam Philharmonic from 1999 to 2003 and Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI from 2003 to 2006.

Noseda's intense recording activity counts more than 60 CDs, many of which have been celebrated by critics and received awards. His Musica Italiana project, which he initiated more than ten years ago, has chronicled under-appreciated Italian repertoire of the 20th century and brought to light many masterpieces. Conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orchestra Teatro Regio Torino, he has also recorded opera albums with celebrated vocalists such as Ildebrando d'Arcangelo, Rolando Villazón, Anna Netrebko, and Diana Damrau.

A native of Milan, Noseda is Commendatore al Merito della Repubblica Italiana, marking his contribution to the artistic life of Italy. In 2015, he was honored as Musical America's Conductor of the Year, and was named the 2016 International Opera Awards Conductor of the Year. In December 2016 he was privileged to conduct the Nobel Prize Concert in Stockholm.



PIANO|Haochen Zhang










Since his gold medal win at the Thirteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2009, Haochen Zhang has captivated audiences in the United States, Europe, and Asia with a unique combination of deep musical sensitivity, fearless imagination, and spectacular virtuosity. In 2017, Haochen received the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, which recognizes talented musicians with the potential for a major career in music.


Haochen has already appeared with many of the world's leading festivals and orchestras including the BBC Proms with Yu Long and the China Philharmonic; the Munich Philharmonic with the late Lorin Maazel in a sold-out tour in Munich and China; the Easter Festival in Moscow by special invitation of Maestro Valery Gergiev; the Sydney Symphony and David Robertson in a China tour; and the NDR Hamburg and Thomas Hengelbrock in a tour of Tokyo, Beijing, and Shanghai.


Highlights of the 2018-19 season included his debut with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, an Asian tour with Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of Yannick Néze-Séguin, and performances with the National Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, San Angelo Symphony, Guangzhou Symphony, China Philharmonic, Shanghai Symphony, and Spokane Symphony, in addition to recitals in Berlin, Paris, Madrid, Lucerne, and Brussels.


He gave extensive recital and concerto tours in Asia with performances in China, Hong Kong, and Japan.  In October 2017, Haochen gave a concerto performance at Carnegie Hall with the NCPA Orchestra, which was followed by his recital debut at Carnegie's Zankel Hall.


Haochen Zhang has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, London Symphony, London Philharmonic, WDR Symphony Orchestra, Frankfurt Radio, San Francisco Symphony, LA Philharmonic, Pacific Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Israel Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, Japan Philharmonic, Singapore Symphony, Mariinsky Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic, Taiwan Philharmonic, and Hong Kong Philharmonic orchestras. In recital, he has performed at Spivey Hall, La Jolla Music Society, Celebrity Series of Boston, CU Artist Series, Cliburn Concerts, Krannert Center, Wolf Trap Discovery Series, Lied Center of Kansas and UVM Lane Series, among others.


Haochen is also an avid chamber musician, collaborating with colleagues such as the Shanghai Quartet, Tokyo Quartet, Brentano Quartet, and active, young soloists such as violinist Benjamin Beilman and cellist Aurélien Pascal. He is frequently invited by chamber music festivals in the United States including the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival and La Jolla Summerfest.


Haochen's performances at the Cliburn Competition were released to critical acclaim by Harmonia Mundi in 2009. He is featured in Peter Rosen's award-winning documentary chronicling the 2009 Cliburn Competition, A Surprise in Texas.

Haochen is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia where he studied under Gary Graffman. He has also been studying periodically with Andreas Haefliger in Vienna. He was previously trained at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the Shenzhen Arts School, where he was admitted in 2001 at the age of 11 to study with Professor Dan Zhaoyi.


After a recital CD, released by BIS Records in February 2017, including works by Schumann, Brahms, Janacek, and Liszt BIS is launching his new CD with Tchaikovsky's 1st piano concerto and Prokoffiev's second concerto, conducted by Dima Slobodeniuk in fall 2019.



National Symphony Orchestra





乐团成立于1931年,并一直致力于卓越的艺术和音乐教育。1986年,美国国家交响乐团成为肯尼迪表演艺术中心的隶属艺术机构,自该中心1971年开幕在那里进行了一整个演出季的定期音乐会。由96名成员组成的美国国家交响乐团定期参加具有国家和国际意义的活动,包括通过定期在PBS电视台上露面和在美国国会大厦草坪上举行首都音乐会以庆祝法定假日,在medici.tv上直播肯尼迪中心音乐厅的现场表演,以及当地电台Classical WETA 90.9FM的广播,使美国国家交响乐团成为美国受欢迎的乐团之一。


此外,美国国家交响乐团社区参与项目在国内享有很高的知名度,包括"美国国家交响乐团进社区",每年在学校、教堂、社区中心和其他意想不到的场所进行为期一周的表演; "荣誉笔记"项目为现役人员、退役军人及其家属提供免费表演;以及与国家卫生研究所及其附属组织合作的"健康之声";年轻音乐家的职业发展机会包括美国国家交响乐团青年奖学金计划及其著名的免费暑期音乐学院。



The 2019-2020 season marks the National Symphony Orchestra's 89th, and Gianandrea Noseda's third as its music director. The Italian conductor serves as the Orchestra's seventh music director, joining the NSO's legacy of such distinguished leaders as Christoph Eschenbach, Leonard Slatkin, Mstislav Rostropovich, Antal Doráti, Howard Mitchell, and Hans Kindler. Its artistic leadership also includes Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke and Artistic Advisor Ben Folds.


Founded in 1931, the Orchestra has always been committed to artistic excellence and music education. In 1986, the National Symphony became an artistic affiliate of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, where it has performed a full season of subscription concerts since the Center opened in 1971. The 96-member NSO regularly participates in events of national and international importance, including official holiday celebrations through its regularly televised appearances on PBS for Capital Concerts, live-streamed performances from the Kennedy Center Concert Hall on medici.tv, and local radio broadcasts on Classical WETA 90.9FM, making the NSO one of the most-heard orchestras in the country.

The Orchestra performs approximately 150 concerts each year, including classical and popular concerts at the Kennedy Center, at Wolf Trap in the summer, and on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol; chamber music performances in the Terrace Theater, on the Millennium Stage, and at theaters around D.C. It has a distinguished history of touring, and an extensive education program, with a range of offerings for families and children ages three and up.

Additionally, the NSO's community engagement projects are nationally recognized, including NSO In Your Neighborhood, which annually comprises a week of approximately 50 performances in schools, churches, community centers, and other unexpected venues; Notes of Honor, which offers free performances for active, veteran, prior service, and retired members of the military and their families; and Sound Health, a collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and its affiliated organizations. Career development opportunities for young musicians include the NSO Youth Fellowship Program and its acclaimed, tuition-free Summer Music Institute.



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