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指揮 / 鍾安妮 (Conductor / Dr. Annie Chung)

台灣第一位管絃樂指揮博士,是國內少數能深入管絃、合唱及歌劇曲目的青年指揮家。1998年返國後,百場音樂會的演出,曲目跨及多時代及風格,獲得專業人士一致的讚賞。除演出活動外,鍾博士在教學、著作、廣播主持…上的傑出成就,更獲得不同領域、行業與其共事者高度的評價。2014年12月,美國明尼蘇達大學提名鍾博士並評選她為該校中國百年紀念(1914 年至2014 年)傑出百名華裔校友之一;台灣15位獲獎者另包括彭淮南、蔣彥士、謝森中、石永貴、趙寧、吳靜吉、朱雲漢、林俊彬先生…等。2017 年6 月,鍾博士更獲法國Les rencontres musicales de Chaon 音樂節,及該音樂節的主辦單位RMC協會的主席 - 法國夏昂市(Chaon)市長Patrick Morin之邀,參加法國索隆尼省舉辦的年度音樂節,將指揮閉幕音樂會的演出。

出生於台北市,自小習琴,十一歲起開始接觸指揮,多次於比賽中獲頒「最佳指揮獎」,並帶領學校團體多次於省、縣、市賽中獲得優勝。 1993年9月,赴美國伊斯曼音樂院(Eastman School of Music)就讀,主修合唱指揮,副修聲樂,並以一年半時間獲得合唱指揮碩士學位。1995年9月,獲全額獎學金,續赴美國明尼蘇達大學(University of Minnesota)攻讀管絃樂指揮博士。1998年7月,順利獲得管絃樂指揮博士學位。同年9月放棄在美工作返國,擔任東海大學音樂系、所專任助理教授、東海大學音樂系管絃樂團暨聖樂團指揮。除東海教職,1999 至 2007八年,擔任古典管絃樂團常任指揮;2002年9月起至今,擔任樂亮青少年絃樂團常任客席指揮;2003年9月起,任教國立台南藝術學院一年,教授【管絃樂指揮】課程;2005年2月起至今,擔任國立高雄師範大學音樂系交響樂團(暨合唱團2006-2007年)指揮,並於2006年5月考取該系專任教職;2007年3月起至今,擔任中華民國古典騎士音樂協會(Cavalleria di Musica) 附設交響樂團指揮;2008年10月起,擔任東海大學音樂先修班(Tunghai University Music Preparatory School) 管絃樂團指揮至今;20107月,擔任國立中山大學駐校樂團「巴洛克獨奏家樂團」客席指揮,赴上海世博會中演出201012月,角頭音樂及香港光華新聞文化中心之邀,於香港演藝學院歌劇院指揮演出「台灣月」活動的重頭戲-大型原住民電影.音樂.劇「很久沒有敬我了你」2011 年 12 月、2014 年 5 至 7 月、2015 年 7 月,應行政院國家科學委員會、國立自然科學博物館、台中市政府、高雄市政府、新竹縣政府、台南市政府、臺灣大學天文物理研究所、台達電子文教基金會之邀,指揮演出《讓世界動起來 – 法拉第的一生》、《哈雷與牛頓 – 從黑暗到光明》科學舞臺劇; 2014 年 11 月初,應高雄市政府、壽山國家自然公園之邀,連續兩年指揮暨導聆主持【舊城東門音樂節】;2014 年 11 月中,應台中市政府之邀,指揮演出迎接台中國家歌劇院—市民音樂會《歌劇之夜 – 遇見純淨美聲》;2015 年 5 月,應墾丁國家公園管理處之邀,指揮暨導聆主持《南岬樂響 – 燈塔草地音樂會》;2016年10月中,應台中國家歌劇院之邀,演出貝多芬第九號交響曲《合唱》,吸引了爆滿的觀眾前來參加。

2012 年 4 月,創立 Formosa Philharmonic 福爾摩沙愛樂管絃樂團,結合國內外志同道合的音樂家相互交流;近期 2015 年 3 月於台北國家音樂廳演出《A Vision of Nobleness / 因著注視而起》;2015 年 7 月舉辦暑期指揮營;2015 年 9 月舉辦《低音管永恆的傳奇Sergio Azzolini 首次訪台音樂會》;2016 年 6月舉辦《Beyond Simplice – 福爾摩沙愛樂 2016 年暑期指揮營暨音樂會》。2017年 8月,將於台北國家音樂廳舉行年度演出。

在美期間,曾陸續擔任University of Minnesota美國明尼蘇達大學音樂系管絃樂團、歌劇院、Concerto Grosso Ensemble、University of Minnesota Bravo 音樂節之助理指揮;Minnesota Opera House 明尼蘇達歌劇院、Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra 聖保羅室內樂團之Apprenticeship Conductor。其餘殊榮,例如包括:獲大師 Gunther Schuller 選為Active Conductor,指揮Spokane Symphony Orchestra演出舒曼第二號交響曲;受Chamber Music Society of Minnesota之邀,與茱麗亞絃樂四重奏大提琴家Joel Kronsnick及女高音Maria Jette合作演出Heitor Villa-Lobos的Bachianas Brasilieras No.5 ;獲指揮大師Daniel Lewis 推薦入美國交響樂團協會於紐約舉辦之指揮營,因表現傑出,會後並由Catherine French及Donald Thulean兩位前後任主席推薦加入新成立的美國女指揮家協會。並曾先後入選新加坡國家交響樂團副指揮、美國奧瑞岡交響樂團 Oregon Symphony Orchestra Apprenticeship Conductor、美國西岸聲譽卓著的音樂學府Idyllwild Arts Academy 之音樂總監決選名單。

 

曾受教於指揮大師David Effron、Timothy Koch、Keith Clark、Kate Tamarkin、Helmuth Rilling、Roger Norrington、Leonard Slatkin、Michael Morgen、Gunther Schuller、Daniel Lewis、Harold Farberman、Christopher Wilkins、Steven Zike、Raymond Harvey …等人。返國後並持續與國內外名家合作,包括小提琴家Vesselin Paraschkevov,鋼琴家陳必先、Robert Levin、Ya-Fei Chuang、Natalya Antonova,作曲家 Samuel Adler,長笛演奏家金塔(Ta Jin),低音管演奏家小山昭雄(Akio Koyama),單簧管演奏家詹姆士•坎波(James Campbell)…等。傑出的表現,使鍾博士在2002年9月中旬,由台灣政府主辦的「台灣禮敬Taiwan Salutes」活動中,獲邀擔任福爾摩沙青年交響樂團(Formosa Youth Symphony Orchestra)的指揮,率團於紐約的林肯中心以及美國華府的馬里蘭大學兩地演出兩場成功的音樂會,獲全場觀眾起立喝采,善盡中美文化交流的工作。

 

鍾博士其向觀眾解說古典音樂的傑出表現,使得她經常擔任各類型音樂會的引言人或主持人例如:2002 3月、2003 4 月獲台中縣、市政府及中國時報、聯合報系之邀,分別擔任德國萊比錫布商大廈管絃樂團 (Gewandhaus Symphopny Orchestra) 及維也納愛樂管絃樂團 (Vienna Philharmonic) 訪台音樂會戶外轉播的主持人;2007 年底應【MUZIK 謬斯客古典樂刊之邀,於台北敦南誠品主持 2007 唱片大賞總決選2004 6 月起,並開始主持、策劃古典愛樂電台FM97.7 每週日下午的「UT 魯木齊的天空」一年半的時間。 鍾博士同時並於2003 1 月起擔任【中華民國古典騎士音樂協會】籌備會之主任委員,同年10 月獲選為第一屆理事長。而為挹注藝術活動、結合社會資源,2003 年起至今, 鍾博士已連續策劃及籌辦六屆GALA 盛會音樂會及周邊夏令營、比賽等系列活動,成功結合優秀的演奏人士、贊助企業,以及媒體的成績,樹立不同領域間良好互動之範例。

為培養堅實的下一代音樂人才,返國半年,1999年1月起迄今,鍾博士曾陸續擔任古典管絃樂團、樂亮青少年絃樂團 、中華民國古典騎士音樂協會(Cavalleria di Musica) 附設交響樂團、東海大學音樂先修班管絃樂團指揮一職。這些樂團,現皆已成為北台灣及中台灣精緻藝術與文化播種者的代名詞,對音樂教育紮根、深化,有卓著的成績。過去數年,除了定期的音樂會演出外,並經常性地舉辦各類演講、大師班、夏令營、絃樂大賽、國際交流參訪等活動,旨在擴展團員之視野,傳遞精緻藝術之美,而團員更多次囊括台灣區音樂比賽的前三名。

忙碌的演出、教學工作外,鍾博士十餘年來,筆耕不輟。除學術性的著作外,因其文筆立意新奇、結構原創,1991年9月,曾考入製作「八千里路雲和月」電視節目的京華文化事業股份有限公司( Core Pacific Broadcasting, Taipei, Taiwan),擔任出版部撰述及採訪記者,專門負責撰寫藝術範疇的文章。返國後,2003年1月起獲邀擔任【音響論壇】雜誌的專欄作家;2004 年9月起,獲邀擔任Audio Cité【音響城邦】雜誌專欄作家;2006年9月起,獲邀擔任【MUZIK】古典音樂雜誌專欄作家。而鍾博士所著文章「布拉姆斯的悲劇序曲」已被聯合文學選入【海納百川】當代名家散文選內,做為大學院校的指定語文賞讀及作文範本教材。

 

Conductor / Dr. Annie Chung

Born in Taipei, Annie Chung began conducting at the age of eleven, several times winning prizes while leading her school organizations in all-Taiwan competitions. In July 1998 she became the first in Taiwan to hold a doctorate in Orchestral Conducting and started as Assistant Professor at Tunghai University, Music Department in September, where she conducted the symphony orchestra and choir while teaching conducting and chamber music. In February 2005 she began her new position as the Music Director of National Kaohsiung Normal University, Music Department Symphony Orchestra and Choir.  With Annie Chung at the helm, the symphony orchestra and choir, while a university organization, came under a professional-like discipline of attitude and method, so that it assumed new heights in terms of both quality of performance and number of performances. While in America she was among the finalists for Associate Conductor with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Apprentice Conductor with the Oregon Symphony Orchestra, and Music Director at the Idyllwild Arts Academy.  Also she assumed Assistant Conductor duties at the University of Minnesota Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theater, the Concerto Grosso Ensemble, and their Bravo Music Festival, at the time serving as Apprenticeship Conductor at the Minnesota Opera House and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. 

Some of the honors she has garnered include the maestro Gunther Schuller's choosing her to conduct the Spokane Symphony Orchestra's performance of Schumann's 
Second Symphony.  At the invitation of the Chamber Music Society of Minnesota, she cooperated with Julliard String Quartet cellist Joel Kronsnick and soprano Maria Jette. With the recommendation of maestro Daniel Lewis she joined the conductor's workshop put on by the American Symphony Orchestra League in New York, and put on such a sterling performance that Catherine French and Donald Thulean, both of the former presidents of the Association, recommended her for membership in the newly founded Association of Women Conductors. 

For its breadth of musical selections taken from many different periods, her conducting has extended to orchestral, choral and operating, something rarely seen in Taiwan and winning her unanimous praise from the specialists. For that reason she was selected as conductor for the government-sponsored “Taiwan Salutes” programs performed in America to convey condolences to the U.S. government on the first anniversary of the
911 attack. She conducted the performances at both the Lincoln Center in New York and at the University of Maryland.

Besides the teaching obligations at the college campus, Ms. Chung devoted her spare time to radio show hosting, column writing and mostly, to promoting and managing the music activities by inviting the most sought-after performing artists around the globe. She appeared publicly many times to introduce the musical selections or serve as master of ceremonies.  As she explains to the audiences the superlative expression of classical music, she was chosen to M. C. the outdoor rebroadcasts of music performances by Leipzig Gewandhaus Symphony Orchestra and Vienna Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra during their tour of Taiwan. And also she has been an active Columnist of several magazines in Taiwan , including Audio Art, Audio Cité and MUZIK.  

Ms. Chung has been working on the concert series for years, presenting not only the performances of the outstanding local artists, but also the premiere concerts of the living composers. Since the year of 2002, she has invited the best Chinese musicians of this generation to get involved in the GALA concert series for 6 years. In addition, on top of her list, she has the Vienna Philharmonic’s former concertmaster Vesselin Paraschkevov visiting Taiwan several times during the past four years; “Mozart Authority” Dr. Robert Levin’s first visit to Taiwan during the 2006’s Christmas season; the legendary composer/educator from the Juilliard School of Music Dr. Samuel Adler’s first visit and the premiere concert of his viola concerto and the cantata “Choose Life”; the renowned Russian pianist Natalya Antonova’s first visit to Taiwan in June, 2007.

In January 1999 Ms. Chung began her new position as the Principal Conductor of the Classic Symphony Orchestra . And she became the Guest Conductor of the Yue-Liang Youth Symphony Orchestra In September 2002. Both have become another term for superlative musical and cultural propagation in Taiwan.  In October 2003, she became the Chairwoman of Cavalleria di Musica (Classic-Chevalier Music Society, R. O. C). And she founded the society’s orchestra in March 2007.

She studied with David Effron, Timothy Koch, Keith Clark, Kate Tamarkin, Helmuth Rilling, Roger Norrington, Leonard Slatkin, Michael Morgen, Gunther Schuller, Daniel Lewis, Harold Farberman, Christopher Wilkins, Steven Zike, and Raymond Harvey.

 

Professional Employment and Experience

1. Assistant Conductor and Teaching Assistant of University of Minnesota Symphony Orchestra & Opera Theater  
   

9/95-7/98

2. Assistant Conductor of University of Minnesota Concerto Grosso Ensemble
   

9/95-7/98

3. Active Conductor chosen by maestro Gunther Schuller to conduct Schumann’s Symphony No. 2 with Spokane Symphony Orchestra in the Festival at Sandpoint, Idaho.
   

7/96-8/96

4 Invited by Chamber Music Society of Minnesota conducting Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5 (Guest Artists: Joel Kronsnick & Maria Jette)
   

11/96 

5. Assistant Conductor of Bravo Music Festival of University of Minnesota.
   

6/97-7/97

6. Fellow Conductor of Hartt School Conductors Institute of University of Hartford, Connecticut.
   

7/97-8/97

7. Chosen by Singapore Symphony Orchestra as the candidate for the position of Associate Conductor. 
   

9/97

8. Chosen by American Symphony Orchestra League as the Participant of New York Conducting Workshop. 
   

2/98

9. Chosen by Oregon Symphony Orchestra as the candidate for the position of Apprenticeship Conductor of 1998-2000 Season
   

3/98

10. Apprenticeship Conductor of Minnesota Opera House. 
   

1/98-6/98

11. Chosen by Idyllwild Arts Academy as the candidate for the position of Music Director of the International Chamber Orchestra.    
   

4/98

12. Apprenticeship Conductor of Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.  
   

4/98-6/98

13. Conductor of the productions by University of Minnesota Opera Theater and Tunghai University, Music Department including Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, 1762 original version (5/96), Verdi’s Falstaff (2/97), Benjamin Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia (5/97), Bernstein’s opera Candide (5/98), Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel (5/02), Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus (5/05).  Apprenticeship Conductor of the productions by Minnesota Opera House, including Verdi’s Aida、George Antheil’s Transatlantic (U.S. premiere)、Rossini’s La Cenerentola and Puccini’s Tosca
14. Music Director / Conductor of Tunghai University, Music Department Symphony Orchestra & Choir, Taiwan. 
   

9/98-

15. Principal Conductor of Classic Symphony Orchestra, Taichung, Taiwan.
   

1/99-

16. Conductor of Formosa Youth Symphony Orchestra & Choir, Taipei, Taiwan.  This group has participated in the Taiwan Salutes series of events in New York City and Washington D. C. from September 11 to 20, 2002, performing both in Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York and Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland. 
   

9/02

17. Chosen to M. C. the outdoor rebroadcasts of music performances by Leipzig Gewandhaus Symphony Orchestra (3/02) and Vienna Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (4/03) during their tour of Taiwan.
18. Principal Guest Conductor of MoonString Chamber Orchestra, Taiwan
   

9/02-

19. Columnist of Audio Art magazine  
   

1/03-

20. Head of Preparation Committee of Cavalleria di Musica (Classic-Chevalier Music Society, R. O. C)
   

1/03-

21. Chairwoman of Cavalleria di Musica (Classic-Chevalier Music Society, R. O. C)
   

10/03-

22. Head of Committee for organizing a series of concerts and related activities (ex: Summer Camp, Mastercalss, Strings competition...) of GALA I, II, III, IV, V, VI beginning at January 2003.
23. Head of Committee for organizing 5 concerts and related activities of " MEMOIRES DE  LA  ROSE"  series beginning at May 2004.
24. Emcee of Classical Radio Station FM. 97.7, Taiwan 
   

6/04-

25. Head of Committee for organizing the web-site http://www.classic.org.tw/ and E-Paper produced by Cavalleria di Musica (Classic-Chevalier Music Society, R. O. C)
   

8/04-

26. Columnist of Audio Cité magazine.  
   

9/04-

27. Music Director / Conductor of National Kaohsiung Normal University, Music Department Symphony Orchestra & Choir, Taiwan. 
   

2/05-

28. Columnist of MUZIK magazine  
   

7/06-

29. Head of Committee for organizing a concert (and related activities) of Choose Life --- Premiere Concert of Samuel Adler’s Masterworks
   

1/07

30. Music Director / Conductor of Symphony Orchestra of Cavalleria di Musica  
   

3/07

31. Head of Committee for organizing a concert (and related activities) of FIFTH GALA FESTIVAL CONCERT-The Irresistible !
   

6/07

 

32  .

Head of Committee for organizing the concerts and related activities of  " The International Exchanges Series"  I: The Rhythm in Sunshine (July, 2007); II: Allegro Vivace (July, 2008), III: The Meaning of A Happy Union (July, 2009)  

   

7/07-

33. Music Director / Conductor of Symphony Orchestra of Tunghai University Music Preparatory School,  
   

10/08-

34. Head of Committee for organizing a concert (and related activities) of SIXTH GALA FESTIVAL CONCERT- icastico !
   

5/09