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2014年12月10日

【Vocal Master Class】Daniel Lichti

【Vocal Master Class】

主講人:Daniel Lichti 





日期:20141215()
時間:13:30~15:10

地點:音樂二館演奏廳

◎J.Brahms:Von ewiger Liebe

Vocal:萬峻廷 Piano:蔡宜庭

◎W.A.Mozart:Il mio Tesoro intanto 

Vocal:吳少程 Piano:賴致融



Ruggiero Leoncavallo: Si può? Si può?aria from”Pagliacci”

Vocal:鄭又瑄 Piano:林炘圻


◎W.A.Mozart:Il mio Tesoro intanto 

Vocal:潘仕豪 Piano:曾莉淇



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Daniel Lichti 

Acclaimed as one of Canada’s finest concert and oratorio singers, Daniel Lichti continues to build on his successes with major symphonic, choral and concert organizations worldwide. Since beginning his career at the 1974 Stratford Festival, he has bowed with the Canadian Opera Company, at Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, L’Opéra de Montréal, Opéra de Québec, Opera Atelier, Edmonton Opera and Opera Hamilton. Mr. Lichti has been a frequent performer with Toronto’s Opera in Concert, sings regularly at several North American Choral Festivals, and his concerts have been heard on the CBC, BBC, and NPR networks. Since 1998 he has been Associate Professor and Coordinator of Voice for the Faculty of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

A popular recitalist and acclaimed Lieder singer, Lichti has sung Schubert’s Winterreise at Washington’s National Gallery, for Festival Canada and for the International Chamber Music Festival in Ottawa, for national broadcast on the CBC, at the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival in Virginia, for Temple Square Concerts in Salt Lake City, Utah, in Valetta, Malta, in Israel, and most recently, while on sabbatical, in Paris, Vienna, and Lyon. His critically acclaimed recording of this song cycle with colleague Leslie De’Ath was released by ANALEKTA. Mr. Lichti chose this work to celebrate 40 years of professional life with enthusiastically received performances in Waterloo and Toronto.

In combination with his recitals, Mr.Lichti is often invited to conduct Master Classes. He has been a guest teacher in Valetta, Malta, at Rollins College, in Winterpark, Florida, at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, at the 2012 Summer Academy of Chamber Music in Osnabrück, Germany and, in 2013, at Académie de Fourvière in Lyon, France and the Institute for European Studies in Vienna. Now a regular guest instructor in Lyon, where he also appears in recital, in 2014 he is invited to conduct Master Classes at Baldwin-Wallace University, and in Taiwan at Tapei’s National University of the Arts and for the Music Department of Tunghai University.
He was featured as one of a panel of four judges and coaches for the second season of the highly successful Bathroom Divas show that aired on BRAVO-TV and won a Gemini Award for Best Human Interest Series.

Highlights of past seasons include a Proms Concert at Royal Albert Hall in a premiere performance of Libby Larsen’s I It Am (a co-commission by the Bach Choir of Bethlehem and the BBC), the world premiere of Ruth Fazal’s deeply moving Oratorio Terezin in Toronto, performances of Bach’s Mass in B minor at King’s College, the Thomaskirche in Leipzig, Usher Hall in Edinburgh, at St. Albans Organ Festival, the Hercules Saal in Munich as well as at the Kennedy Center and at Carnegie Hall in celebration of the Centenary of its first North American performance. Concerts and an acclaimed video recording with the Bach specialist, Helmuth Rilling and the Bach Akademie of Stuttgart, as well as concerts with the Bach Aria Group and the Washington Bach Consort are also among his past credits. Mr. Lichti has been a frequent guest artist at major North American Bach Festivals, notably The Bach Festival in Bethlehem, PA, the Carmel Bach Festival, the Baldwin-Wallace Festival in Berea, Ohio, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival and the Oregon Bach Festival. In 2012 he made his debut with the Tilford Bach Society in England for their Diamond Jubilee. He has been heard in concert with the Symphony Orchestras of San Francisco, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Atlanta, Milwaukee, Vancouver, Cleveland, Edmonton, Quebec City, Winnipeg, Kitchener-Waterloo and Newark; with Boston’s Handel & Haydn Society, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the Canadian Chambre Ensemble, Philharmonia Baroque of San Francisco, Les Violons du Roy and Tafelmusik.
Fans of the many recitals given by Mr. Lichti together with mezzo soprano Catherine Robbin and pianist Leslie De’Ath, were delighted with their 2010 release of Hugo Wolf’s Italienisches Liederbuch also on ANALEKTA. Earlier recordings by Mr. Lichti include Songs of Hugo Wolf, nominated for a Juno Award, two recordings of Bach Cantatas and the Mass in B minor with the Bach Choir of Bethlehem (all on the Dorian label), Sony’s The Gift of Messiah, and two CDs of Lieder by Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms with pianist Janina Fialkowska on the Opening Day label. A Centaur Records recording of baroque gems, The Soulful Bach &Telemann, features Mr. Lichti with the American early music ensemble “Olde Friends”. A more recent recording with the Ottawa Bach Choir, and a 2009 ANALEKTA release with the Bach Choir of Bethlehem build on his extensive discography.
Highlights of the past season included concerts with Theatre of Early Music in Ottawa and Montreal, return engagements at the Baldwin-Wallace Bach Festival in Berea, Ohio, at America’s oldest Bach Festival in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and at the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Closer to home, he sang Messiah and the title role in Elijah with the Guelph Chamber Choir, and the St. John Passion for the traditional Good Friday performance at Kitchener’s Centre in the Square with the Grand Philharmonic Choir and Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra.

This season’s highlights will see Mr. Lichti in a performance of Winterreise at York University, Brahm’s Ein Deutsches Requiem with Mennonite Mass Choir in Kitchener, Messiah with the Grand Philharmonic Choir, and his concert debut in Taiwan with the Puli “Butterfly” Symphony Orchestra.

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