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2015年10月27日

【豎琴示範演出&大師班】Chantal Mathieu

豎琴示範演出&大師班

主講人: Chantal Mathieu



日期:2015112()
時間:13:30~15:10
地點:音樂二館演奏廳
※北藝大豎琴、作曲組必到 
※歡迎有興趣者前往聆聽

1.二重奏- Chantal Matieu與管伊文
  Tournier 4 Preludes
  Damase Sonatine 2. and 3.

2.獨奏-Chantal Matieu 
  Tournier 1. Sonatine, 
  Albeniz Mallorca
  Grandjany Rhapsody.


W.A.Mozart: Konzert C-Dur kv299 Andantino

黃婉瑜 Huang,Wan-Yu

Germaine Tailleferre:Sonate pour Harpe

鍾智鈞 Chung,Chih Chun

In all its aspects, Chantal Mathieu’s trajectory displays a very demanding passion for music: all for music, all through music, as one might say.
Since the beginning of her training, she did not content herself with leading an intense and brilliant harpist career; we shall see that she also devoted her time and energy to the conception of numerous solo and chamber music arrangements, to publications, to music research and to the recording of CD’s.
Of French origin and Swiss by marriage, Chantal Mathieu was born in Lille. She is the mother of two daughters.
Her music studies started very early, since already at the age of 5 she was studying solfeggio and music theory at the Lille Conservatory!  One year later she discovered the harp and the piano.  From then on, she never ceased learning and perfecting herself in the art of the harp, a period marked by numerous awards:  she was semi-finalist at the 3rd International Harp Competition in Israel, at the age of 13; the following year, she obtained a 1. Prize of harp at the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique (CNSM); in 1970, she won the 1st prize at the famous International Harp Contest in Israel, and once again 6 years later, the 1st prize at the Paris International Harp Competition of the „Guilde des Solistes“ with a special “Claude Debussy” prize. Throughout the years, Chantal Mathieu has continued collecting prizes and distinctions while carrying out her professional career started as Principal Harp in the “Concerts Colonne” in Paris at 15! Thereafter she deployed her activity successively in Limoges, again Paris, Amiens and then for 3 years in Hamburg.
In the Hanse town, second city in Germany, she is Principal Harp in the Symphonic Orchestra of the Norddeutscher Rundfunk; at the same time, she teaches harp at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, and at the Musikschule.
1977 marks her establishment in French speaking Switzerland. At the Lausanne Conservatory she teaches harp, chamber music, contemporary music, and even organizes jazz seminars, as she is opened to all musical genres, as well as to the wealth of world music.
She also gives Masterclasses all over the world, from Japanto Australia, Korea, the United Kingdom, Israel, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Russia, theUnited States, Latin America...
But what does she play? and with which conductors? Her eclectic tastes and her vast talent often take her towards creations of contemporary works. One can mention, among many others, the creation in Paris, followed by Switzerland, Italy and Germany, of the Septet „Chantal“ by Franco Donatoni; the World premiere of the complete „Jeux Poétiques en 6 mouvements„ by Jean Françaix; the World premiere performance of works by composers as diverse as Julien-François Zbinden, Jean-Michel Damase, Eric Gaudibert, Bernard Andres, Michel Zbar, Thomas Lauck, Ami Maayani, Michael Jarrell…
But as one knows, the life of a musician is made of travels and tours, and so Chantal Mathieu has moved a lot and played worldwide. One finds her as a soloist with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Armin Jordan in the United States; with major orchestras like the Berlin Philharmonic or the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande; accompanied by well-known conductors such as Sir Neville Marriner, Emmanuel Krivine, Gerd Albrecht, Horst Stein, Heinz Holliger, Jesus Lopez Cobos …
During this time, she has recorded a rich collection of CD’s, already 20!
Her passion for the harp has led her to preside at the 8th World Harp Congress in Geneva in 2002.
Today, Chantal Mathieu pursues her career as interpreter and professor in the four corners of the world, plus a research work and writing on the beautiful art of Euterpe and on Medicine of Arts- as one has said, all for music, or almost…

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