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Chamber Music
  • 中央音乐学院
  • Central Conservatory of Music

代表着中国顶尖室内乐水准的琥珀四重奏2005年创立于中央音乐学院。


琥珀四重奏曾多次创造中国室内乐历史:他们是第一组获得国际职业室内乐比赛金奖的中国弦乐四重奏(2013 ASIA-PACIFIC Chamber Music Competition — Grand Prize);中国第一组公派留学的弦乐四重奏;Alban Berg Quartet门下唯一中国传承者;第一组考入马德里国际室内乐学院并以满分毕业的中国弦乐四重奏;国际顶级室内乐音乐节MISQA邀请的唯一中国四重奏等等。


琥珀四重奏广泛活跃于国际音乐舞台,演出足迹遍及英国、美国、法国、德国、西班牙、丹麦、澳大利亚、加拿大、日本、韩国等国家的音乐厅。琥珀四重奏曾多次代表中国进行国事演出与交流活动,接受了包括世界权威音乐杂志“The Strad”, “China Daily”、新华社、中央人民广播电台、澳大利亚ABC广播、澳大利亚SBS广播、西班牙国家广播电台、西班牙《欧华时报》、《新京报》、《广州日报》、《音乐时空》等国内外媒体的报道与专访。


琥珀四重奏非常重视中国音乐在国际舞台上的表达与创新。琥珀四重奏曾首演多部中国原创弦乐四重奏作品, 他们也将中国传统音乐改编成为弦乐四重奏的形式,带上国际舞台。 


琥珀四重奏师承陈允教授、于兵教授、Alban Berg Quartet第一小提琴 Günter Pichler教授。他们还曾接受过多位国际室内乐专家的指导,如Gerhard Schulz, Valentin Erben, Michael Tree, Harald Schoneweg, Wolfgang Jahn, 龚汉祥等。


琥珀四重奏成员为第一小提琴宁方亮、第二小提琴苏雅菁、中提琴戚望、大提琴杨一晨,四位均任教于中央音乐学院。自2017年起,马魏家(国家大剧院管弦乐团副首席)作为特邀第二小提琴加入琥珀四重奏。

 

琥珀四重奏使用乐器由香港中华基金无偿提供。


媒体评价:

  

“这是一组卓越的四重奏!”

——指挥大师Lorin Maazel

 

“他们将成为国际四重奏的引领者。”

——室内乐权威Alban Berg Quartet -- Günter Pichler

  

“琥珀四重奏,余音绕梁!”

——作家莫言

 

“光耀夺目的组合”

——法新社

 

“他们的音乐充满色彩”

——澳大利亚ABC广播


“琥珀四重奏...令人幸福的演奏艺术”

— 奥地利著名乐评人Christine Grubauer (上奥地利州报)


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Amber Quartet


Representing the highest standard of chamber music in China, the Amber Quartet was founded in 2005 at the Central Conservatory of Music. The Amber Quartet has established multiple milestones in the history of China’s chamber music: the first Chinese chamber that won a professional chamber music competition (2013 ASIA-PACIFIC Chamber Music Competition — Grand Prize); the first Chinese chamber ensemble that received government sponsorship for studying abroad; the only Chinese inheritor of the legendary Alban Berg Quartet; the first Chinese chamber ensemble that was admitted by the Instituto Internacional de Música de Cámara in Madrid and graduated successfully with honor and distinguished achievements; the only Chinese chamber ensemble that was invited to MISQA – the top international chamber festival, etc.

 

The Amber Quartet has been an active chamber ensemble throughout international performing stages, leaving footsteps in concert halls throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea, and China. They were interviewed by numerous medias worldwide, such as the flagship music magazine "The Strad", Xinhua News Agency, China National Radio, Australia ABC Radio, Australia SBS Radio, Spain National Radio, Spain Euro-Chinese Times, Beijing News, Guangzhou Daily, and Music Times.

 

The Amber Quartet pays special attention to the expression and innovation of Chinese music worldwide. The quartet has premiered multiple original works of Chinese string quartet, and has rearranged many traditional Chinese music works to the format of string quartet, presenting those rearrangements internationally.

 

The quartet studied under Professor Yun Chen and Professor Bing Yu from Central Conservatory of Music, and Professor Günter Pichler from Alban Berg Quartet in Spain. The Amber Quartet was also coached by a number of world renowned chamber artists including Gerhard Schulz, Valentin Erben, Michael Tree, Harald Schoneweg, Wolfgang Jahn, Hanxiang Gong, etc. All the musicians from the Amber Quartet are currently teaching at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. Starting from 2017, violinist Weijia Ma (current violinist of the National Centre for the Performing Arts Orchestra) has been specially invited as the second violin of the Amber Quartet.

 

All musical instruments used by the Amber Quartet are generously provided by Hong Kong China Foundation gratuitously.


Reviews

 

"Amber Quartet....a remarkable assemble"------Lorin Maazel

 

"They are able to becoming one of the leading quartet’s in the world" ——Alban Berg Quartet -- Günter Pichler

 

"A dazzling ensemble"------Agence France-Presse.

 

"Their music makes color audible"------Australia ABC Radio.


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