乐团团长

张亮 副团长/常任指挥



青年指挥家。上海爱乐乐团副团长,常任指挥。第八届中国音乐家协会理事。上海音乐家协会副主席。上海市文联第七届委员会委员。上海市青年文联副会长。上海市青年五四奖章获得者。第八届上海“文化新人”称号获得者。上海静安区“杰出人才”。


1979年出生于中国江苏省泰州市。5岁学习钢琴,1989-1998年就读于上海音乐学院附属音乐小学和附属音乐中学。主修钢琴,作曲专业,师从吴子杰,秦江,邓尔博教授。其间创作大量钢琴和弦乐作品。在中学时期曾与日本著名小提琴家西崎崇子(Takako Nishizaki)合作演出。1996年跟随上海音乐学院张眉教授学习乐队指挥法。1998年以指挥,钢琴双专业第一名成绩考取著名的奥地利维也纳国立音乐大学(Universit?t für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien),师从指挥家拉尤维奇(Uros Lajovic)教授,钢琴大师莱佛利(David Lively)和耶拉切克(J.G.Jiracek)教授。在维也纳期间,曾应邀演出费拉利的歌剧《苏珊纳的秘密》获得巨大成功。随后张亮跟随维也纳国立歌剧院著名歌剧音乐指导莱特纳(Konrad Leitner)教授入大师班学习歌剧艺术指导,期间排演了大量歌剧有:《魔笛》,《费德里奥》,《蝙蝠》,《自由射手》,《卡门》,《费加罗婚礼》,《茶花女》,《艺术家生涯》等。


在指挥同时,张亮也是个活跃的钢琴家。曾任世界三大笛王之一的瑞士长笛大师格拉夫(Peter Lukas Graf)钢琴伴奏,以及参与大量室内乐演出。经常与德国,奥地利,法国,墨西哥,西班牙,日本,韩国,香港,台湾等国家和地区的独奏家同台合作。近年来和中国诸多优秀音乐家出版了多张唱片。


1999年与多国青年演奏家在维也纳音乐厅(Wiener Konzerthaus)连袂慈善演出,获联合国维也纳分部表彰。2001年曾任勋伯格合唱团钢琴伴奏。2003年以全优的成绩获得了维也纳国立音乐大学指挥,钢琴双学位。


2003年应圣李奇亚音乐节邀请与音乐节管弦乐团作开幕演出,被当地报纸形容为:“完美体现欧洲音乐风格的青年指挥”。


2003年底应上海歌剧院之邀就任于上海歌剧院,期间成功举办多场交响乐和合唱专场音乐会以及指挥中国原创歌剧《雷雨》。2004年率上海歌剧院合唱团赴香港成功举办庆祝国庆合唱专场音乐会,获巨大成功。


2008年起张亮担任上海爱乐乐团常任指挥。并带领该团首次亮相于北京国家大剧院开幕音乐季中。


2009年9月起张亮担任上海交响乐团驻团指挥。并于乐团2010年新年音乐会中为世界著名指挥大师穆蒂(Riccardo Muti)作助理指挥.


2010年7月担任上海爱乐乐团副团长及常任指挥.


张亮指挥过的乐团有维也纳交响乐团,维也纳Ambassade乐团,维也纳韦伯恩交响乐团,捷克国家交响乐团,美国Fairfax交响乐团,澳门交响乐团,上海交响乐团,上海爱乐乐团,上海歌剧院交响乐团,广州交响乐团,中央歌剧院交响乐团等。并与中外知名音乐家格拉夫(Perter Lukas Graf),斯柯达(Paul Badura-Skoda)五岛龙(Ryu Goto),曹秀美(Sumi Jo),舒尔兹(Wolfgang Schulz),哈雷尔(Lynn Harrell),罗茨(Jerome Rose),阿克哈诺夫(Tigran Alikhanov),哈灵(Eduardus Halim),郎朗,王健,沈洋,廖昌永,黄英,魏松,陈宏宽等合作演出。


张亮的指挥,音乐严谨细腻,风格纯正,技巧精确。对于德奥作品的阐释尤其令人称道,特别是后期浪漫派等作曲家作品。


张亮目前担任上海爱乐乐团副团长,常任指挥,兼职上海华东政法大学客座教授,中国福利会少年宫小伙伴艺术团合唱团客席指挥。

 

Conductor Liang Zhang (b.1979) is currently the Deputy Director and Resident Conductor for the Shanghai Philharmonic, a member of the 7th Shanghai Literary Federation Committee, and has been named an Extraordinary Cultural Individual along with a medal from the prestigious Fourth of May Youth Awards.

 

Born in Taizhou, China, he began piano lessons at age five and enrolled in the Shanghai Conservatory’s Affiliated Primary/Middle Schools from 1989~1998, majoring in piano and composition under the instructions of Zijie Wu, Jiang Qin, and Erbo Deng. During his school periods he has written numerous piano and string works and has worked with the famoused violinist Tabako Nishizaki. In 1998, he got into the Universit?t für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien with a highest audition score, studying under Uros Lajovic, David Lively, and J. G. Jiracek.

 

His Vienna years were marked with acclaimed  operatic performances at the State Opera, including Ferrari’s Il segreto di Susanna, Mozart’s DieZauberflote, Beethoven’s Fidelio, J. Strauss’s Die Fledermaus, Weber’s Der Freischütz, Bizet’s Carmen, Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, Verdi’s La Traviata, and Puccini’s La Bohome. As an active performer, he was a long-time pianist for flutist Peter Lukas Graf, and concertized extensively in Germany, Austria, France, Mexico, Spain, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the PRC.

 

He became Principal Conductor for the Shanghai Opera in 2003, and successfully premiered and recorded new works from living composers and led some of the most important gala concerts. In 2009, he was appointed deputy director and principal conductor for the Shanghai Philharmonic, leading the orchestra’s first performance at the Beijing National Theatre. He also worked as an assistant conductor Riccardo Muti’s Chinese appearances.

 

Zhang has conducted the Vienna Ambassade Orchestra, the Vienna Webern Orchestra, the Czech national Symphony, the Macao Orchestra, the Shanghai Symphony, the Shanghai Philharmonic, the Guangzhou Symphony, and the orchestras of the Beijing Central and Shanghai Operas, and among Zhang’s collaborators are Peter Lukas Graf, Paul Badura-Skoda, Ryu Goto, Sumi Jo, Wolfgang Schulz, Lynn Harrell, Jerome Rose, Eduardus Halim, Lang Lang, Jian Wang, Yang Shen, Changyong Liao, Ying Huang, Song Wei, and Si-Heng Song.

 

Zhang’s conducting style has been praised by major European critics as authenticating, precise, economical, and delicate. He is especially noted for his interpretations of works from the Late Austro-German Romantic period.


He is currently on the conducting faculty at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the East China University of Political Science and Law, Director of the Professional Choir Committee of the Shanghai Musician’s Associations and offers individual lessons on culture in the city’s Yanpu District.