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与世界分享中国音乐
——首届“中国音乐文化海外传播国际高端论坛及主题音乐会”圆满落幕

  

  2013年12月9日下午三点,由中央音乐学院主办,中央音乐学院音乐孔子学院办公室承办,音乐学系、民乐系、作曲系和国际交流处协办的“与世界分享中国音乐”——首届中国音乐文化海外传播国际高端论坛及主题音乐会,在中央音乐学院教学楼演奏厅隆重举办。

  此次活动吸引了人民日报海外版、中国文化报、中国教育报、中国艺术报、China Daily、音乐周报、《中国民乐》杂志,以及中央电视台英语频道、中央人民广播电台、环球网、中国青年网等十数家媒体到现场进行采访和报道。论坛开始之前,作为主旨发言人之一的中央音乐学院党委书记、音乐孔子学院理事长郭淑兰,与美国密歇根大学校长莱斯特·蒙斯(Lestter P.Monts)先后发表致辞,预祝论坛圆满成功,国家汉办/孔子学院总部代表王峰先生专程到会祝贺。

  首届“中国音乐文化海外传播国际高端论坛及主题音乐会”就是以孔子学院为载体的中华音乐文化传播在世界范围的大发展为背景,以音乐孔子学院的具体实践为基础举办的。论坛邀请了来自美国、丹麦、韩国和国内的数十位专家学者以及孔子学院中外方院长,围绕中国音乐文化海外传播的问题与方法,特别是孔子学院在音乐文化领域的发展和运作经验等议题,展开主旨发言和研讨。论坛由音乐孔子学院办公室项目主管张乐心博士主持。

  近年来,在设立于世界各地的孔子学院举办的中国文化教育与传播活动中,音乐正在扮演着越来越重要的角色,孔子学院总部/国家汉办的整体规划也正在由以汉语教学为主,向发展成为“综合性文化交流平台”的目标转变,并为此开始陆续开设特色孔子学院——2012年6月,时任国家主席胡锦涛首次访问丹麦期间,在孔子学院总部/国家汉办的支持下,中央音乐学院与丹麦皇家音乐学院合作建设了全球第一所以中国音乐的教育与传播为核心任务的“音乐孔子学院”。

  运行一年多以来,音乐孔子学院本着分享、和谐、发展的精神,先后主办了“音乐孔子学院启动仪式暨首届音乐节”、“丹麦皇室夏季城堡专场音乐会”等多项大型活动,引起中、丹、法等国舆论界的普遍关注和良好反响,并获得中国国务院、丹麦皇室以及中国驻丹麦使领馆的一致肯定,正向着建设成为欧洲“中国音乐文化中心”的目标不断奋进。论坛中,专家们进行了各具特色的精彩发言,有些侧重梳理中国音乐海外传播的历史与特征;有些为中国音乐海外传播提出了策略与模式;有些总结了自己所在孔子学院的音乐传播文化活动和教学管理经验;有些勾勒中国民族器乐的发展现状,并对前景进行展望;还有些探讨了更为具体的文献翻译、曲目选择等问题,这些发言都引起了与会人员的热烈反响和积极讨论。

  在两阶段的主旨发言之间,举办了“与世界分享中国音乐的”主题音乐会,由来自中央音乐学院民乐系和管弦系的教授及学生们演奏了民乐四重奏、打击乐三重奏、管子和古琴独奏,以及原创的中西乐器合奏等多首能够体现“东方与西方,古典与现代相交融”理念的音乐作品,音乐灵感与理论思考的碰撞将此次论坛的气氛推向最高潮。

  活动结束之后,主办方会将论坛文集呈送孔子学院总部/国家汉办,作为相关政策制定的参考与指导,让此次论坛的影响得到进一步提升和延伸,产生持久效应。

  

  主旨发言人及论坛题目(以姓氏字母排序)

  

  刁艳,资深媒体人、乐评人,《中国民乐报》副总编辑:《用中国作品讲中国故事——对中国音乐走出去的一点思考》

  郭淑兰,中央音乐学院党委书记、院务委员会主任、研究员、音乐孔子学院理事长:《以音乐孔子学院为纽带——拓展中华音乐文化海外传播的新模式》

  郭文景,中央音乐学院作曲系主任、教授:《中国民族器乐的自我拯救之路》

  贝特尔·克拉鲁普,丹麦皇家音乐学院院长、音乐孔子学院副理事长:《中国音乐文化海外传播:中西音乐文化的比较与交流》

  林萃青,美国密歇根大学音乐学院音乐学系教授、孔子学院院长:《让中国音乐走上世界大舞台:理论与实践,或可行/不可行的办法》

  刘月宁,中央音乐学院民乐系教授、音乐孔子学院办公室主任、音乐孔子学院理事:《“乐以和同”——对中国音乐加快融入世界音乐文化的思考与建议》

  李祥霆,中央音乐学院民乐系教授:《古琴音乐的海外传播》

  孟剑云,美国瓦尔普莱索大学教授、孔子学院院长:《用音乐构建理解和友谊的桥梁——关于美国瓦尔普莱索大学孔子学院积极开展美中音乐文化交流活动的报告》

  莫徒生,丹麦皇家音乐学院打击乐系主任、教授、音乐孔子学院理事:《同一个世界,同一种语言——中国音乐文化海外传播》

  朴炯春,韩国顺天乡大学中文系教授、顺天乡大学孔子学院院长:《筑梦顺天乡———探索孔子学院可持续发展之路》

  宋 瑾,中央音乐学院音乐学系教授、音乐学研究所副所长:《传统音乐产品“走出去”的保值问题》

  王耀华,福建师范大学音乐系教授:《中华民族音乐文化国际传播历史回顾的启示》

  张伯瑜,中央音乐学院音乐学系教授、出版社社长:《对中国音乐文献外译的思考》

  周青青,中央音乐学院音乐学系主任,教授:《对中国传统音乐海外传播的部分认识和想法》

 

  

  

  主题音乐会节目单

 

  

  1. 民乐四重奏

  《水乡剪影》                                                      作曲:莫凡

  演奏:周望(古筝)刘月宁(扬琴)章红艳(琵琶)于红梅(二胡)

  

  2. 管子演奏

  《阳关三叠》                                                        古曲

  演奏:胡志厚

  

  3. 打击乐三重奏

  《戏》                                                             作曲: 郭文景

  演奏者:王建华 黄宣宁 刘忆恒

  

  4. 古琴独奏

  《古怨》(琴歌)                                           (宋) 姜白石 词曲

  《酒狂》                                                               古曲

  演奏:李祥霆

  

  5. 中西器乐合奏

  《百合》                                                     作曲:景建树

  演奏:“茉莉花”扬琴重奏团   朱亦兵大提琴乐团

  领奏:朱亦兵 刘月宁

  

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  

  

    

  “Share Chinese Music with the World”- 1st High-End International Forum on the Overseas Spread of Chinese Music Culture and Theme Concert Rounded Off

  The “Share Chinese Music with the World”- 1st High-End International Forum on the Overseas Spread of Chinese Music Culture and Theme Concert sponsored by Central Conservatory of Music (CCOM), organized by Music Confucius Institute (MCI) Office at CCOM and co-organized by Musicology Department, Traditional Instruments Department, Composition Department and International Affairs Office was grandly held at the Concert Hall of Academic Building of CCOM at 15:00, December 9, 2013.

  In recent years, music has been playing a more and more important role among the Chinese culture educational and transmission activities held by the Confucius Institutes around the world. The overall planning of Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban has been converting from mainly teaching Chinese to develop into “a comprehensive platform for Chinese culture’s external exchange”, characteristic Confucius Institutes have been successively established. In June, 2012, during then President Hu Jintao’s first visit to Denmark, with the support by Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban, CCOM and Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) jointly established the world’s first Music Confucius Institute that specializes in the education and spread of Chinese music.

  During the over one year after its foundation, in line with the spirit of sharing, harmony and development, MCI has successively held a number of grand events including “1st MCI Music Festival & Opening Event” in Denmark, “Special Concert at the Summer Castle of Danish Royal Family” in France which have caught general attention and gained fine reactions among the mainstream society and press circles of China, Denmark and France, and gained unanimous appreciation by the Chinese State Council, the Chinese Embassy in Denmark and the Danish Royal Family. MCI has been advancing constantly towards the goal of building it into the “Chinese Music Culture Centre” in Europe.

  The “1st High-End International Forum on the Overseas Spread of Chinese Music Culture and Theme Concert” was held under the background of the rapid overseas development of the spread of Chinese music culture with the Confucius Institutes as the carrier and the basis of the concrete practice of MCI. A dozen of experts and scholars from the United States, Denmark, South Korea and China and foreign and Chinese directors of Confucius Institutes had been invited to deliver keynote speeches and conduct discussions on the topics of problems and modes of the overseas spread of Chinese music culture, especially the developmental and operational experience of Confucius Institute in the music culture circle, etc. The forum was hosted by the Project Manager of MCI Office Dr. Zhang Lexin.

  The activity had attracted a dozen of medias to come to the spot to do interviews and reports including China Daily, China Culture Daily, China Education Daily, China Art News, Music Weekly, People's Daily Overseas Edition, “Chinese Folk Music” magazine, English Channel of CCTV, China National Radio, www.huanqiu.com, www.youth.cn, etc. Before the start of the forum, one of the keynote speakers, Secretary of Party Committee and Chairperson of MCI Board Guo Shulan, and the President of University of Michigan of USA Lestter P. Monts delivered addresses one after another, they wished the forum a complete success. Mr. Wang Feng specially came to the forum to express his congratulations on behalf of Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban.

  In the forum, each expert made distinctive speeches, some are about teasing out the history and characteristics of the overseas spread of Chinese music; some put forward strategies and patterns for the overseas spread of Chinese music; some are summaries of the music cultural activities and teaching management experiences of their own Confucius Institutes; some drew the outlines of the current development status of Chinese traditional instrumental music and look forward to the prospect; while some discussed more specific translation of literature, selection of tracks, all of which had aroused fine reactions and warm discussions.

  Between the two sessions of keynote speeches, a “Share Chinese Music with the World” theme concert was held. Professors and students from the Traditional Instruments Department and Orchestral Department of CCOM performed traditional Chinese music quartet, percussion trio, guanzi and guqin solos, and original Chinese and western instrumental ensemble, etc. which embodied the idea of “integration of East and West, classic and modern”. The collision between musical inspiration and theoretical thinking pushed the atmosphere of the forum to a climax.

  After this event, the sponsor will render the collected works of the forum to Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban as a reference and guidance for making relevant policies, further promoting and expanding the influence of the forum and achieving a long-lasting effect.

  Keynote Speakers and Titles of Theses (In Alphabetical Order of Family Names)

  Diao Yan, Senior Media Person, Music Critic, Master of Arts, Deputy Editor of “Chinese Folk Music”: “Telling Chinese Stories with Chinese Works-A Few Thoughts on the Chinese Music’s Overseas Spread”.

  Guo Shulan, Secretary of Party Committee, Director of School Administration Committee of CCOM,Chairperson of MCI Board: “Tying Chinese Music Culture to the World with the Music Confucius Institute as a Bond”.

  Guo Wenjing, Dean and Professor of Composition Department, CCOM: “Ways of Self-Redemption of Chinese Traditional Instrumental Music”.

  Bertel Krarup, Rector of RDAM,Vice Chairperson of MCI Board: “The Overseas Spread of Chinese Music Culture: Comparison and Exchange of Chinese and Western Music Culture”.

  Joseph S. C. Lam,Professor of Musicology at the School of Music, Theater and Dance, the University of Michigan; Director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Michigan: “Packaging Chinese Music for the World: Concepts and Practices, or Dos and Don’ts”.

  Liu Yuening, Professor of Traditional Instruments Department, Director of MCI Office, CCOM; Member of MCI Board: “Music Promotes Harmony-Thoughts and Suggestions about Accelerating the Fusion of Chinese Music into the World Music Culture”.

  Li Xiangting,Professor of Traditional Instruments Department, CCOM: “Overseas Spread of Guqin Music”.

  Jianyun Meng,Professor, Director of the Confucius Institute at Valparaiso University in US: “Building a Bridge for Mutual Understanding and Friendship with Music-A Report on Music Exchange Activities by The Confucius Institute at Valparaiso University”.

  Gert Mortensen, Head of Percussion, Professor, RDAM; Member of MCI Board: “One World One Language-The Overseas Spread of Chinese Music Culture”.

  Piao Jiongchun, Professor of Chinese Department of Soon Chun Hyang University, Director of Confucius Institute at Soon Chun Hyang University: “Building a Dream in Soon Chun Hyang-Exploring the Sustainable Development of Confucius Institute”.

  Song Jin, Professor of Musicology Department, Deputy Director of Institute of Musicology, CCOM: “On the Issue of Value-Maintenance of Traditional Musical Products’ ‘Going Out’”.

  Wang Yaohua, Professor of Music Department, Fujian Normal University: “Revelation of the Historical Review of the Overseas Spread of Chinese National Music Culture”.

  Zhang Boyu, Professor of Musicology Department, Director of CCOM Press, CCOM: “Thoughts on the Translation of Chinese Musical Documents”.

  Zhou Qingqing, Dean of Musicology Department, Professor, CCOM: “Some Cognition and Thoughts on the Overseas Spread of Chinese Traditional Music”.

  Theme Concert Programme

  1. Traditional Chinese Instruments Quartet

  “Sketch of Watery Place” Mo Fan

  Performed by:Zhou Wang(guzheng), Liu Yuening(yangqin), Zhang Hongyan(pipa),Yu Hongmei(erhu),

  2. Guanzi Solo

  “Parting at Yangguan Pass” Ancient Melody

  Performed by: Hu Zhihou

  3. Percussion Music Trio

  “Drama” Guo Wenjing

  Performed by: Wang Jianhua, Huang Xuanning, Liu Yiheng

  4. Guqin Solo

  “Ancient Resentment” (Song of Qin) Lyric and Melody by Jiang Baishi(Song Dynasty)

  “Drunkard” Ancient Melody

  Performed by: Li Xiangting

  5.Chinese and Western Instrumental Music Ensemble

  “Lily” Jing Jianshu

  Leading Players: Chu Yibing, Liu Yuening

  Performed by:Chu Yibing Cello Ensembleand Jasmine Yangqin Ensemble

  

  

   
   
   
   
   

  

作者:张乐心 文/徐敏生、吴叶、许瑞图   来源:中央音乐学院   最后更新日期:2013-12-19 09:47:07    发布日期:2013-12-18 16:38:00
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