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南卫理工大学大提琴教授 Andres Diaz

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与兰乔圣菲文化平台合作的南卫理工大学大提琴教授 Andres Diaz

南卫理工大学大提琴教授、多伦多皇家音乐学院格伦古尔德学院柯尔那首席大提琴演奏家。自1986年荣获南伯格国际大提琴比赛一等奖后,一直颇受评论家和观众好评。《纽约时报》曾盛赞他“强烈的个人演绎视角”, 《波士顿环球报》曾热评他的“勇敢和极富想象力的演奏”。他在1998年,荣获费舍尔艺术成就奖以及苏珊罗斯基金会奖金。
 
他曾经与亚特兰大交响乐团一起演奏,当时的指挥是已故的Robert Shaw;与美国交响乐团在卡耐基演奏厅演奏;与密尔沃基、西雅图、罗彻斯特管弦交响乐团合作演出(指挥是Christopher Seaman);与波士顿流行乐队、广场管弦乐队合作演奏;与芝加哥交响乐团于拉维尼亚音乐节在Edo de Waart指挥下演奏;与国家交响乐团合作演出。他近年来常在台湾、香港、韩国、日本、夏威夷、加拿大举办演奏会并与乐团合作演出。同时他还亮相于智利、委内瑞拉、阿根廷以及多明尼加共和国。他曾在前苏联时期,与萨拉托夫交响乐团一起在莫斯科、萨拉托夫等城市举办了一系列演奏会,还曾与新西兰室内乐管弦乐队在新西兰多个城市进行巡演。
 
他与钢琴家Samuel Sanders为 MusicMasters唱片公司录制的首张唱片一经发出就受到《波士顿环球报》的称赞——“有力而又敏锐,他的所有演绎除了音乐本身的质感外,还有自身独特的风格”。他们两人还曾合作为Dorian 公司录制了巴拉姆斯的钢琴、大提琴奏鸣曲、俄罗斯短歌曲汇编以及Barber、Bernstein、Foote等人的作品。他近年来还与Azica Records唱片公司合作录制了6首巴赫大提琴组曲。
 
他所参加的夏令营数目也是多不胜数,其中包括The Banff Centre、Santa Fe、La Jolla、 Marlboro、Ravinia、Bravo! Colorad、Spoleto,、Music@Menlo、Saratoga、Tanglewood等。他在Tanglewood夏令营中的演奏为他赢得了“杰出弦乐演奏家皮埃尔市长纪念奖”。他曾与Santa Fe和Spoleto夏令营成员在全国巡演。除此以外,他还曾在维多利亚(加拿大BC省)、斯特姆斯普林斯(科罗拉多)、Musicorda(马萨诸塞州)、罗克波特(马萨诸塞州)、Cape & Islands音乐节以及西雅图室内乐音乐节上演奏。
 
他与小提琴家 Andres Cardenes和中提琴Roberto Diaz组成了迪亚兹弦乐三重奏乐团,多年来活跃在各地舞台。2003年4月,他们在卡耐基演奏厅演奏了Gunther Schuller特地为他们量身制作的弦乐三重奏作品。他们曾在匹斯堡、华盛顿、波士顿、洛杉矶和迈阿密等城市,以及芬兰库赫莫音乐节、法国赛普黑那国际、法国卡萨尔音乐节上演奏,其后还在南美、墨西哥和加拿大巡演。他们曾受Isaac Stern之邀在卡纳基世纪庆典上演奏,并在1994到1996
年之间,他们受邀担任佛罗里达国际大学常驻三重奏。他们的首张录制唱片是经由Dorian公司发行的帕格尼尼的作品,第二张唱片在2003年发行,主要演绎了Penderecki, Dohnayi, Beethoven三人的作品。
 
他于1961年生于智利圣地亚哥,5岁时开始学习大提琴,三年后迁至美国乔治亚州亚特兰大并在乔治亚音乐学院师从Martha Gerchefski。他大学在新英格兰音乐学院求学并师从Laurence Lesser和 Colin Carr,且至今仍活跃在该校室内乐教学团队。他曾在波士顿大学担任了五年的大提琴副教授以及波士顿大学坦格伍德四重奏项目主管,后于2001年9月离开。目前他与妻子Julie、儿子Peter Manuel 和Gabriel Andrés居住在德州达拉斯,并担任南卫理工会大学大提琴教授,业余时间喜欢开着他的1997版Dodge Viper赛车。他手里的大提琴是1968版的Matteo Goffriller,琴弓是由其父亲Manuel Díaz制作的。
 
 
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Email: adiaz@smu.edu              Tel:  214.768.3464

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Since winning the First Prize in the 1986 Naumburg International Cello Competition, Díaz has exhilarated both critics and audiences with his intense and charismatic performances. He has earned exceptional reviews for his “strongly personal interpretive vision” (The New York Times) and his “bold and imaginative” playing (The Boston Globe) and was awarded the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant as well as a generous grant from the Susan W. Rose Fund for Music in 1998.
 
Díaz’s numerous orchestral appearances have included return engagements with the Atlanta Symphony under the late conductor Robert Shaw; performances with the American Symphony at Carnegie Hall; the symphony orchestras of Milwaukee, Seattle, and Rochester under Christopher Seaman; the Boston Pops and Esplanade Orchestras; the Chicago Symphony at the Ravinia Festival with Edo de Waart conducting; and the National Symphony Orchestra. Among the highlights of Díaz’s recent seasons are tours of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Hawaii, and Canada performing in recital and with orchestra; appearances in Chile, Venezuela, Argentina, and the Dominican Republic; a series of concerts in the Soviet Union where he performed as soloist with Russia’s Saratov Symphony in the cities of Saratov and Moscow; and a tour of the major cities in New Zealand with the New Zealand Chamber Orchestra.
 
Díaz’s debut solo recording on MusicMasters of works by Manuel de Falla and Robert Schumann with pianist Samuel Sanders was acclaimed by The Boston Globe as “strong and subtle; everything Díaz does has personality and, better than that, character.” On the Dorian label, the two artists have also released Brahms’s Sonatas for Piano and Cello; Russian Romantics, a compilation of short Russian works; and, most recently, American Visions, featuring the works of Barber, Bernstein and Foote. Díaz’s most recent release features the six Bach Cello Suites on the Azica Records label, available at ArkivMusic.
 
Díaz’s summer festival appearances (including frequent return engagements) include The Banff Centre, Santa Fe, La Jolla, Marlboro, Ravinia, Bravo! Colorado, Spoleto, Music@Menlo, Saratoga and Tanglewood festivals. His appearances at Tanglewood earned him the Pierre Mayer Memorial Award for Outstanding String Player. He has toured nationally with the Santa Fe and Spoleto festivals. Other festival appearances include the Victoria (B.C.), Steamboat (Steamboat Springs, Colo.), Musicorda (Mass.), Rockport (Mass.), Cape & Islands festivals and the Seattle Chamber Music Festival.
 
Díaz is very active with the Díaz String Trio, featuring violinist Andres Cardenes and violist Roberto Diaz. At Carnegie Hall in April 2003, the trio performed the world premiere of a string trio written for them by Gunther Schuller. The trio has performed in the cities of Pittsburgh, Washington, Boston, Los Angeles and Miami; at the Kuhmo Festival in Finland, the International Festival of St. Cypriene and the Casals Festival in France; and they have toured extensively in South America, Mexico and Canada. The trio was invited by Isaac Stern to play at Carnegie Hall’s Centennial Celebration, and from 1994 to 1996 it served as Trio in Residence at the Florida International University. They released its first recording featuring the music of Paganini on the Dorian label. A second recording was released in 2003, featuring music by Penderecki, Dohnayi, and Beethoven.
 
Díaz was born in Santiago, Chile in 1964, and began studying the cello at the age of five. Three years later he moved to Atlanta, Ga., and studied at the Georgia Academy of Music with Martha Gerchefski. Díaz graduated from the New England Conservatory, where he worked with Laurence Lesser and Colin Carr, and currently plays an active role in chamber music performances with the Conservatory’s faculty. He served for five years as Associate Professor of Cello at the Boston University and Co-Director of the Boston University Tanglewood Institute Quartet Program, resigning in September 2001. Díaz now lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife Julie and sons Peter Manuel and Gabriel Andrés. Presently, he is Professor of Cello at Southern Methodist University. During his spare time Díaz races his 1997 Dodge Viper. He plays a 1698 Matteo Goffriller Cello and a bow made by his father, Manuel Díaz.
 
Díaz holds The Koerner Chair in Cello at The Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
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