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János Starker亚诺什·史塔克

地区: Hungary 匈牙利
风格: 室内乐 / 重奏 Chamber Music, 独奏 Recital, 西方古典 Western Classical Music
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Janos Starker,美籍匈牙利大提琴家。从小在布达佩斯李斯特音乐学院学习大提琴,10岁第一次上台演出,20岁入布达佩斯歌剧院与爱乐乐团任首席大提琴。1948年移居美国,并执教于布卢明顿印第安那大学,先后任达拉斯交响乐团(1948-1949年)、纽约大都会歌剧院乐团(1949-1953年)、芝加哥交响乐团(1953-1958年)首席。1958年辞去芝加哥交响乐团职务,任印第安纳大学专职教授。
 
Starker有高人的技巧,追求质朴、刚劲的演奏。他重新编订了巴赫的6首无伴奏组曲,强调了那种粗砺、刚劲的表达。他演奏的科达伊的奏鸣曲,把此曲技巧上的高难表现得游刃有余堪称绝活。而他在Mercury录制的德沃夏克协奏曲,舒曼、拉罗、圣桑的协奏曲,都是他最成熟时期的丰硕成果。
 
 
Cellist Janos Starker was born in Hungary to music-loving Russian parents. His two brothers were violinists, and he was given a cello before he was six. He made public appearances at ages six and seven. Soon he entered the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, making his debut there at 11. He had begun teaching other children at eight, and by the time he was 12 he had five pupils. Starker regards the experience as important to his artistic development. He found himself having to articulate phenomena that students his age rarely grasp, let alone impart to others. Starker was especially influenced by Leo Weiner, a composer who taught chamber music. He has said that for more than 50 years Weiner taught every prominent Hungarian musician to learn and understand music as a language.
 
At 14 Starker made his professional debut playing the Dvorák concerto. He left the conservatory in 1939. After the war, when musical activities resumed, Starker became principal cellist of the Budapest Opera and the Budapest Philharmonic orchestras. Soviet Red Army forces had occupied the country, and the Communist Party was gaining dominance. Starker left the country in 1946 when relatively free travel was still possible.
 
He gave a successful concert in Vienna, then remained there to prepare for the Geneva Cello Competition, held in October 1946. He won only a bronze medal. &I played like a blind man,& he has said. &What happens to the bird who sings and doesn't know how it sings? That's what happens to child prodigies.& Starker set out to rebuild his technique. He analyzed all aspects of playing, from breathing to the physics of applying muscular force to the bow and the instrument, to phrasing, bowing, and fingering. By October of the following year he had regained his confidence. He decided to stay in the West due to the deteriorating political situation in Hungary, and headed for the United States, where Hungarian musicians had important positions.
 
Antal Dorati, music director of the Dallas Symphony, made Starker the orchestra's principal cellist. A year later Starker accepted Fritz Reiner's invitation to become principal cellist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. In 1953 Reiner began a brilliant period as music director of the Chicago Symphony, and brought Starker with him to lead the cello section. Starker remained in Chicago until 1958, becoming a U.S. citizen in 1954 and bringing his family to the country. In 1958 he resigned his Chicago position in order to pursue his solo career. In the meantime, he had already begun making important recordings, including an early set of Bach suites. Easing the transition was an offer from Indiana University School of Music to join the faculty on a two-year trial basis. Starker quickly found Bloomington a congenial base, and attracted exceptionally talented students.
 
Starker's stage demeanor and public persona were rather restrained and undemonstrative. The unwary draw the same mistaken conclusion that also plagued Jascha Heifetz, charging Starker with coldness and lack of emotion. Discerning critics, however, have always tended to speak of the warmth and expressiveness of his playing. Another similarity to Heifetz lies in Starker's very focused tone, with a light, narrow, and quick vibrato. He proclaimed himself happier if, after a concert, people say &What beautiful music Schubert wrote& rather than &How well Starker plays.& Similarly, he considered it at least as important to turn out the next generation of fine cello teachers as the next generation of star players.
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  • xinrong

    xinrong2013-07-18 18:48 赞(67) 弱(0)
    Starker是当代最伟大的大提琴艺术家之一。2013年4月这位大使离开了这个世界,但是他的演奏将永远被世世代代的音乐爱好者所记忆和崇拜。
  • brennan

    brennan2014-01-29 22:10 赞(14) 弱(0)
    他曾说像杜普蕾这样拉琴恐怕活不长。
  • 桃子叔叔

    桃子叔叔 (如期归来)2017-12-14 20:47 赞(13) 弱(0)
    立个flag。此生不把提琴都一个一个的学会 老子到死也不会瞑目!今年22 没学过任何乐器!

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