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鋼琴獨奏曖魅說書《魅》
Piano Solo Storytelling Spirits

2020-09-17

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日期時間:23-24.10.2020 20:15

地點:香港文化中心大劇院

票價: $220, $320, $420

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節目簡介

主辦: 進念.二十面體
說書人: 張艾嘉
鋼琴: 嚴俊傑
導演及設計: 胡恩威
詩作翻譯: 焦元溥

五段精靈故事、五段未果愛情,劇場作品《魅》揉合鋼琴獨奏、說書、詩篇與光影,貫通文學與音樂,把古典音樂中的靈魅與愛情傳說重新演繹,讓觀眾感受音樂對靈魅與愛情的渴求與炙熱。《魅》是根據 2019年由著名編導演張艾嘉與台灣金曲獎最佳古典演奏獎得主嚴俊傑、古典音樂樂評人焦元溥聯手打造的《曖魅》改造─在香港的舞台空間,由舞台科技先鋒導演胡恩威進行舞台影像設計,把這場精靈愛情故事訴說得異類的詭譎炫目。


藝術家簡介

張艾嘉

七十年代於台灣和香港兩地開展演藝事業,主演電影超過一百部。除了演出之外,張氏也是極具影響力的編劇及導演。其執導作品不但在港台獲得盛名,亦備受國際關注。她亦獲香港藝術發展局頒發「2018傑出藝術貢獻獎」以肯定她對藝術界的付出。

嚴俊傑

1997年獲第三屆國際柴科夫斯基青少年音樂大賽第三獎,之後活躍於台灣及海外樂壇。嚴氏目前於國立台灣師範大學任教,並於2017年創辦國際大師鋼琴藝術節,致力於音樂藝術之推動。

焦元溥

著有《樂來樂想》、《聽見蕭邦》與《遊藝黑白-世界鋼琴家訪問錄》等專書十多本,也擔任台灣愛樂「焦點講座」策劃;近期以解說音樂會與音頻節目「焦享樂」深受兩岸各地好評。



Date/Time:23 OCT Fri - 24 OCT Sat 2020 20:15

Venue:Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Ticket Price: $220, $320, $420

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About the programme

Presenter: Zuni Icosahedron
Storyteller: Sylvia Chang
Pianist: Yen Chun-chieh
Director & Design: Mathias Woo
Poem Translation: Chiao Yuan-pu

Five stories of spirits. Five episodes of unrequited love. The upcoming theatre work “Spirits” combines elements of piano solo, monologues, poems, and light and shadow to re-enact the stories of spirits and love in classical music, revealing to the audience the desire and fervor for love and spirits embodied by the music. “Spirits” is adapted from “Before the Sunrise”, performed in Taiwan in 2019 by renowned actress, director, and playwright Sylvia Chang, along with the young pianist who won the Taiwan Golden Melody Award for Best Classical Performance, Yen Chun-chieh, and classical music critic, Chiao Yuan-pu. This year, a pioneer of stage technology, director Mathias Woo, will integrate new visual designs into “Before the Sunrise”, while Chang as the narrator will mesmerize the audience with her theatrical voice at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, re-presenting “Spirits”, a crossover between Taiwan and Hong Kong.


About the artist

Sylvia Chang

Sylvia Chang, began her acting career in the 70s in Taiwan and Hong Kong, and has acted in more than 100 films. An influential screenwriter and film director, the films she directed were not only popular in Hong Kong and Taiwan, but also internationally renowned. She received the Award for Outstanding Contribution in Arts from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 2018.

Yen Chun-chieh

Yen Chun-chieh is one of the most distinguished pianists of his generation in Taiwan. He enjoys a vibrant career of performing across Europe, US, and Asia. Yen is currently Associate Professor at the National Taiwan Normal University and also the founder of International Maestro Piano Festival.

Chiao Yuan-pu

Chiao has written over ten books on classical music and also curated talks with the National Symphony Orchestra. He is also the host of music critics podcasts that won the Golden Bell Awards.