Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)

In­ter­na­tion­al Vi­o­la Mas­ter Class + Con­cert

Art Di­rec­tor: Jing Yang 


Robin’s World En­ter­tain­ment Co. Ltd. (Xi­a­men) 


Xi­a­men Ku­lang­su ——

Scenic Area Ad­min­is­tra­tive Com­mit­tee

As­so­ciate Spon­sor

School of Art at Xi­a­men Uni­ver­si­ty

Xi­a­men Mu­sic School

Spe­cial Thanks

Xi­ao Xue Tang Chong Dong Book Store

Yang Tao Gar­den






Thomas Riebl

Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)Born in Vi­en­na in 1956, Thomas Riebl stud­ied with S.Führlinger, Pe­ter Schidlof and San­dor Végh. He was prize win­ner at the In­ter­na­tion­al ARD com­pe­ti­tion in Mu­nich (1976) and in 1982 won first prize at the In­ter­na­tion­al Naum­burg Com­pe­ti­tion in New York where he al­so re­ceived the Ernst-Wall­fisch-Memo­r­i­al-Award.

He has ap­peared at venues such as the Gold­en­er Saal of the Wiener Musikvere­in, the Carnegie Hall and the Con­cert­ge­bow Am­s­ter­dam, with lead­ing or­ches­tras in­clud­ing the Chica­go and Vi­en­na Sym­pho­ny, Bavar­i­an Ra­dio Sym­pho­ny and Fin­ish Ra­dio Sym­pho­ny Or­ches­tra, with con­duc­tors such as Clau­dio Ab­ba­do, Horst Stein, Edo de Waart, An­drew Davies and Syl­vain Cam­brel­ing.

He has been in­vit­ed to many of the ma­jor in­ter­na­tion­al mu­sic fes­ti­vals. His cham­ber mu­sic part­ners have in­clud­ed Jessey Nor­man, An­dras Schiff, Oleg Maisen­berg, Elis­a­beth Leon­ska­ja, Pierre-Lau­rent Aimard, Gi­don Kre­mer, Ben­jamin Schmid, Thomas Ze­het­mair, Is­abelle Faust, Joshua Bell, Tabea Zim­mer­mann, Na­talia Gut­man, Boris Perga­men­schikow, Steven Is­serlis, Sabine Mey­er and the Juil­liard String Quar­tet.

From 1972 — 1979 he was a mem­ber of the Franz-Schu­bert-Quar­tett, Vi­en­na (first prize at the com­pe­ti­tion of the Eu­ro­pean broad­cast coopo­ra­tions in Stock­holm in 1974); sub­se­quent­ly he be­came a founder mem­ber of the Vi­en­na String Sex­tet (1979 — 2004). He has record­ed sev­er­al CDs for EMI, RCA, Hy­pe­r­i­on and pan clas­sics.

Since 1983, Thomas Riebl has been a pro­fes­sor at the Uni­ver­si­ty Mozar­teum Salzburg and has giv­en nu­mer­ous mas­ter class­es world­wide. Many of his stu­dents won in­ter­na­tion­al com­pe­ti­tions and be­came pro­fes­sors at mu­sic uni­ver­si­ties or mem­bers of lead­ing or­ches­tras and string quar­tets.

Chen-hung HO (何君恒)

Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)

Fol­low­ing his grad­u­a­tion from the Na­tion­al Tai­wan Acadamy of Arts, Chen-hung Ho went to France to fur­ther his stud­ies at the École Nor­male de Musique in Paris and the Con­ser­va­toire Na­tion­al Supérieur de Musique de Paris with Prof. Mau­rice Hus­son, Prof. Do­minique Richard and fa­mous vi­o­list Prof. Ger­ard Causse. Al­so joined the class of prepar­a­tive or­ches­tra at Con­ser­va­toire Na­tion­al de Musique de Paris, stud­ied with Prof. Jean Dupouy and Lau­rent Ve­mey.

Now he is the Prin­ci­ple Vi­o­list of the Taipei Sym­pho­ny Or­ches­tra and As­so­ciate Pro­fes­sor at the Na­tion­al Taipei Uni­ver­si­ty of Arts, the Na­tion­al Taipei Uni­ver­si­ty of Ed­u­ca­tion, the Uni­ver­si­ty of Taipei, the Na­tion­al Tai­wan Uni­ver­si­ty of Arts, the Fu-Jen Catholic Uni­ver­si­ty, the New Taipei Mu­nic­i­pal New Taipei Se­nior High School.

Jing Yang (杨璟)

Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)

The world-renowned vi­o­list and vi­o­lin­ist Jing Yang is the lat­est in a dis­tin­guished line of mu­si­cians from Ku­lang­su, Xi­a­men’s “Islet of Mu­sic.” At the age of 17, Jing left Ku­lang­su for the Shang­hai Con­ser­va­to­ry of Mu­sic. Af­ter grad­u­at­ing, she earned mas­ter’s de­grees from the Roy­al Acad­e­my of Lon­don and the Mozar­teum in Salzburg, both on full schol­ar­ship. At just 26, Jing was named as­so­ciate prin­ci­pal vi­o­list of the Frank­furt Ra­dio Sym­pho­ny Or­ches­tra as the youngest of the or­ches­tra’s 108 mem­bers. Pri­or to this, Jing has al­so served as vi­o­la prin­ci­pal of Cam­er­a­ta Salzburg, World Youth Sym­pho­ny Or­ches­tra of Italy and the Lon­don Soloists Cham­ber Or­ches­tra.

In 2012, Jing re­turned to her na­tive Chi­na, where she be­came pro­fes­sor and chair of the vi­o­la de­part­ment at Xi­a­men Uni­ver­si­ty, and be­gan tour­ing the coun­try as a vi­o­lin and vi­o­la soloist with or­ches­tras, cam­ber mu­sic groups and bands around Chi­na. In 2013, she re­leased her first so­lo CD, “Ku­lang­su: Through The Strings of Time,” which mixed clas­si­cal and crossover vi­o­la with the sounds of her home is­land. In 2015, Jing be­gan to ex­plore new col­lab­o­ra­tions and mu­si­cal forms in­clud­ing pop, crossover, and club mu­sic. She record­ed with Ma­roon 5’s Mick­ey Mad­den on the de­but al­bum of his new band Col­laps­ing Scenery, and with fin­ger­style gui­tarist Hen­ry Chen on his al­bum “Qi of the World.”

In sum­mer 2016, Jing be­gan play­ing with a unique cus­tom-made five-string vi­o­la and pre­miered the world’s first con­cer­to for five-string vi­o­la and or­ches­tra, com­posed for Jing by the leg­endary Chi­nese com­pos­er Li Zili. This same year, she formed the band Jing & Friends, which fus­es her unique sound with a blend of clas­si­cal, crossover, and jazz-in­flect­ed Chi­nese-Amer­i­can pop from gui­tarist Hen­ry Chen, clas­si­cal pi­anist Ja­son Hou, mega-pop bassist Ryan Bradetich, and composer/vocalist Robin Gold­stein. In fall and win­ter 2016, Jing & Friends filled the Gu­langyu Con­cert Hall to ca­pac­i­ty for 3 per­for­mances of their first show, en­ti­tled “Love Songs from the World to Ku­lang­su.” Jing & Friends plans to record its first CD in 2017.

Jing has per­formed in more than 20 coun­tries in four con­ti­nents. She has won many awards at a va­ri­ety of world vi­o­lin and vi­o­la com­pe­ti­tions, in­clud­ing first prize at the Al­thur Bliss Works Com­pe­ti­tion in Eng­land, sec­ond prize at the Bo­densee In­ter­na­tion­al Vi­o­la Com­pe­ti­tion in Ger­many, sec­ond prize at the Li­onel Ter­tis Vi­o­la Com­pe­ti­tion in Aus­tria, and sec­ond prize at the Bled Vi­o­la In­ter­na­tion­al Com­pe­ti­tion in Slove­nia.

Art of Pi­ano In­struc­tion

Si­jia Zheng (郑思嘉)

Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)

First pi­ano-lessons in the age of three years, ad­viced by Pro­fes­sors from the Shang­hai Con­ser­va­to­ry (Zhi­jue Chao, Wei­quan Sun)

First per­for­mance as a soloist in the age of eight.

Stud­ies at the Uni­ver­si­ty Mozar­teum in Salzburg start­ed in 2005, with Cordelia Hoe­fer-Teutsch and since 2008 und the guid­ance of Pe­ter Lang.

Mas­ter-de­gree in Pi­ano Per­for­mance in 2012 and sec­ond Mas­ter-de­gree in Cham­ber-mu­sic and Lied in 2016, both with high­est hon­ors.

Mas­ter­class­es with world renowned mu­si­cians, such as Dim­itri Bashkirov,  Elis­a­beth Leon­ska­ja, Ju­ra Mar­gulis, Jacques Rou­vi­er and Pavel Gililov.

Win­ner of sev­er­al com­pe­ti­tions and full schol­ar­ships at the Mozar­teum.

So­lo and Cham­ber per­for­mances in Chi­na, Ger­many, France, Italy, Spain and Aus­tria.

As­sis­tant at In­ter­na­tion­al Som­mer­akademie Mozar­teum Salzburg 2016

Spe­cial Guests

Yi-wen Chao (趙怡雯)

Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)

Yi-wen Chao: Not­ed as a play­er of “in­ten­si­ty, mu­si­cal in­tel­li­gence and per­son­al­i­ty,” by the late Sergiu Comis­siona, vi­o­list Yi-Wen Chao is the first Taiwanese/Chinese vi­o­list ever to re­ceive the Doc­tor of Mu­si­cal Arts de­gree from the Juil­liard School. Based in Tai­wan, Ms. Chao per­forms fre­quent­ly in Asia, Eu­rope, and Amer­i­ca. She made her Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall de­but on April 9, 2006 which high­light­ed the New York pre­miere of Samuel Adler’s Can­to XVI for so­lo vi­o­la and Philip Lasser’s Vo­calise for vi­o­la and pi­ano. Most re­cent­ly, she had her so­lo de­but at the Na­tion­al Cen­ter for the Per­form­ing Arts in Bei­jing, Chi­na.  Her com­pelling in­ter­pre­ta­tion of con­tem­po­rary mu­sic re­sult­ed in an in­vi­ta­tion for her to give the Tai­wan pre­miere of Adler’s Vi­o­la Con­cer­to at Taipei Na­tion­al Con­cert Hall.

Ms. Chao has been a prizewin­ner in nu­mer­ous com­pe­ti­tions and awards both lo­cal­ly and abroad. Her suc­cess in com­pe­ti­tions in­clude prizes at the Artists In­ter­na­tion­al Com­pe­ti­tion, the Juil­liard Con­cer­to Com­pe­ti­tion for Samuel Adler’s Vi­o­la Con­cer­to , the Na­tion­al Vi­o­la So­lo Com­pe­ti­tion at Bei­jing Cen­tral Con­ser­va­to­ry, the Ver­bier Mu­sic Fes­ti­val Vi­o­la Con­cer­to Com­pe­ti­tion, the Na­tion­al Tai­wan Vi­o­la Con­cer­to Com­pe­ti­tion, and the Na­tion­al Tai­wan Vi­o­la So­lo Com­pe­ti­tion. She was named a Na­tion­al Young Con­cert Artist by the gov­ern­ment of Tai­wan, and was a re­cip­i­ent of the Asian Cul­tur­al Coun­cil Fel­low­ship, a New York based foun­da­tion that sup­ports cul­tur­al ex­changes.

Ms. Chao has been in­vit­ed as prin­ci­pal vi­o­list and cham­ber mu­si­cian by mu­sic fes­ti­vals in­clud­ing the Tan­gle­wood Mu­sic Cen­ter, the Leipzig In­ter­na­tion­al Sum­mer Acad­e­my, the Pa­cif­ic Mu­sic Fes­ti­val in Japan, Ecole d’Art Améri­caines de Fontainebleau in France, and the Ver­bier Acad­e­my in Switzer­land. As a soloist, she has per­formed with the Philadel­phia Vir­tu­osi Cham­ber Or­ches­tra, the UBS Ver­bier Youth Or­ches­tra, the Taipei Met­ro­pol­i­tan Sym­pho­ny Or­ches­tra, the Tai­wan Vi­o­la So­ci­ety Cham­ber Or­ches­tra, and the Na­tion­al Tai­wan Sym­pho­ny Or­ches­tra. Ms. Chao has col­lab­o­rat­ed with renowned artists such as Chan­tal Juil­let, Hori Masa­fu­mi, Stephen Hough and com­pos­er Low­ell Lieber­mann.  She al­so served as vi­o­list of the Taipei Phil­har­mon­ic Ra­dio String Quar­tet and New York’s Con­tin­u­um En­sem­ble for con­tem­po­rary mu­sic.

A well sought ped­a­gogue and ed­u­ca­tor, Ms. Chao has been in­vit­ed to hold mas­ter class­es and lec­tures in many in­sti­tu­tions and fes­ti­vals in­clud­ing the Shang­hai Con­ser­va­to­ry, Bei­jing Cen­tral Con­ser­va­to­ry, New York Uni­ver­si­ty, East­ern String Sum­mer Fes­ti­val and Bei­jing In­ter­na­tion­al Mu­sic Fes­ti­val and Acad­e­my.

Ms. Chao earned a Bach­e­lor of Mu­sic de­gree from Na­tion­al Tai­wan Nor­mal Uni­ver­si­ty and ob­tained her Mas­ter of Mu­sic and Doc­tor Of Mu­si­cal Arts de­grees at the pres­ti­gious Juil­liard School of Mu­sic in New York, where she stud­ied with Paul Neubauer and Samuel Rhodes.  She is cur­rent­ly a vi­o­la pro­fes­sor at the Taipei Na­tion­al Uni­ver­si­ty of the Arts in Tai­wan.

Ke Ju Wang (王恪居)

(Di­rec­tor, Vi­o­lin and Vi­o­la Teach­ing and Re­search at Xi’an Con­ser­va­to­ry of Mu­sic)

Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)

Vi­o­la per­former: Yale Uni­ver­si­ty, schol­ar of Boston Uni­ver­si­ty; Co-pro­duc­er of “Xi’an Quar­tet”; Start­ed teach­ing at Xi’an Con­ser­va­to­ry of Mu­sic in 2009; Used to be As­sis­tant Di­rec­tor of Art De­part­ment; Used to be judge of var­i­ous vi­o­la com­pe­ti­tions, in­ter­na­tion­al string mu­sic com­pe­ti­tions, mu­sic pro­grams, and has host­ed man­ay in­ter­na­tion­al mas­ter class; has won var­i­ous awards such as: cham­pi­on of 2017 Salzburg in­ter­na­tion­al mu­sic com­pe­ti­tion, spe­cial award of 14th Ital­ian “Auter­pu”, sil­ver award of 2009 In­ter­na­tion­al Young Artists Com­pe­ti­tion (YCA), in­di­vid­ual awards for 11th Amer­i­can William Prim­rose and 9th British Li­onel Ter­tis In­ter­na­tion­al com­pe­ti­tions etc.; the on­ly ap­point­ed mu­sic di­rec­tor and vi­o­la so­lo per­former and mu­sic record­ing for Chi­na Pavil­ion pro­mo­tion­al video for 15th Venice In­ter­na­tion­al Bi­en­nale of Ar­chi­tec­ture in 2016.

Liyuan Liu (刘瓅元)

Violists|at|Kulangsu (中提琴家|在|鼓浪屿)

Liyuan Liu is cur­rent­ly on the fac­ul­ty of the Zhe­jiang Con­ser­va­to­ry of Mu­sic. She al­so holds the guest prin­ci­pal vi­o­la chair of Shang­hai Phil­har­mon­ic Or­ches­tra. A grad­u­ate of The Juil­liard School with a Bach­e­lor and Master’s de­gree in per­for­mance, Liu was the win­ner of the NYSC In­ter­na­tion­al Young Artist Con­cer­to Com­pe­ti­tion and the Chi­na Vi­o­la Com­pe­ti­tion. Now a Morse Fel­low­ship schol­ar at Co­lum­bia Uni­ver­si­ty, she’s ob­tain­ing her doc­tor­al de­gree in High­er Mu­sic Ed­u­ca­tion. Liu is al­so on the guest fac­ul­ty of the Kar­wen­del In­ter­na­tion­al Mu­sic Fes­ti­val in Ger­many, and the Eas­t­on String Fes­ti­val in Chi­na. 2017, the New York Con­cert Re­view in­tro­duces Liu as “An ex­cel­lent vi­o­list”.

​​Ms. Li­u’s vi­o­la teach­ers in­clude Wang Shaowu,Wing Ho,Heidi Castleman,Michael Tree,Steven Tenen­bom and Hsin-yun Huang.

The fol­low­ing year she per­formed the Ro­la Con­cer­to with the New York Con­cer­to Sin­foni­et­ta at Carnegie Hall, a per­for­mance raved by renowned New York mu­sic crit­ic Michel Sher­win as “a prodi­gious­ly gift­ed and sen­sa­tion­al per­former pos­sess­ing a jaw-drop­ping tech­nique and a di­vine tone.”

As a cham­ber mu­si­cian she has ap­peared with the Lin­coln Cen­ter Cham­ber Mu­sic So­ci­ety at the in­vi­ta­tion of Ida Kavafi­an.

The high­light of Li­u’s con­certs in 2017 in­cludes the word pre­mier per­for­mance of Tian­peng Gong’s vi­o­la con­cer­to ” The Catch­er in the Rye” with Shang­hai Phil­har­mon­ic or­ches­tra on May 6th.

Pro­gram Fees in De­tails

ItemsPlan A(¥6800)Plan B(¥4800)Plan C(¥2000)
  • In­clud­ing 4 Mas­ter Classes(45min/class)
  • 2 class­es with Pro­fes­sor Thomas
  • 1 class with Jing(More ba­sic prac­tice)
  • 1 class with Pro­fes­sor Jun Heng He (Cham­ber mu­sic re­hearsal)
board and lodg­ing——
1 cas­tle gar­den buf­fet par­ty——
Ku­lang­su Tour Guide (no in­clud­ing at­trac­tion tick­ets)——
Free to at­tend all open class­es, lec­tures and con­certs
Prac­tice qi and re­lax­ing ex­er­cise with Pro­fes­sor Thomas——
Of­fer pin­pong and oth­er leisure events in the evening——
Ex­quis­ite Cer­tifi­cate of Mas­ter Class pro­gram and lim­it­ed DVD——

Ap­pli­ca­tion Fee200RMBNon Re­fund­able


9.2014:00 En­roll­ment—— Check in at Yang Tao Gar­den Old Castle(Enroll at the front desk of the Old Cas­tle)

19:00 Wel­com­ing Par­ty—— Yang Tao Gar­den Old Cas­tle Back­yard

9.219:30–12:30,14:00–17:00 Mas­ter Class——Xi­ao Xue Tang Chong Dong Book Store

12:45 Lunch——Li Zhi Dao Ho­tel

17:00-19:00 Ku­lang­su Tour

19:30 Din­ner——Li Zhi Dao Ho­tel

20:30 En­sem­ble Re­hearsal, Con­cert Re­hearsal, Ping­pong game and so on.——Xi­a­men Mu­sic School

9.229:30–12:30,14:00–17:00 Mas­ter Class——Xi­ao Xue Tang Chong Dong Book Store

12:45 Lunch——Li Zhi Dao Ho­tel

17:00-19:00 Ku­lang­su Tour

19:30 Din­ner——Li Zhi Dao Ho­tel

20:30 En­sem­ble Re­hearsal, Con­cert Re­hearsal, Ping­pong game and so on.

9.239:00–12:00,13:00–16:00 Mas­ter Class——Xi­ao Xue Tang Chong Dong Book Store

12:15 Lunch——Li Zhi Dao Ho­tel

17:00 Lec­ture——Mu­sic Hall, School of Art at Xi­a­men Uni­ver­si­ty

18:30 Din­ner——Din­ing Room, School of Art at Xi­a­men Uni­ver­si­ty

20:00 In­struc­tor and Spe­cial Guests Con­cert——Mu­sic Hall, School of Art at Xi­a­men Uni­ver­si­ty

9.249:30–12:30,14:30–17:00 Mas­ter Class——Xi­ao Xue Tang Chong Dong Book Store

12:45 Lunch——Li Zhi Dao Ho­tel

18:00 Din­ner——Li Zhi Dao Ho­tel

20:00 Se­lect­ed Stu­dents Concert——Xie He Tang

9.2510:00 Check out,Return Day

Oth­er In­fo.

  1. The quo­ta of reg­u­lar stu­dents has al­most reached to its lim­it; how­ev­er, there are still few seats avail­able for au­di­tors.
  2. You will be ac­com­mo­dat­ed in a dou­ble bed­room .
  3. The dead­line for the en­roll­ment is Ju­ly 20th, 2017, and the ap­pli­ca­tion fees and pro­gram fees should be paid be­fore Ju­ly 20th , 2017. When your fees are paid suc­cess­ful­ly, you will be en­rolled to the pro­gram au­to­mat­i­cal­ly. If for any rea­son that you can­not at­tend this pro­gram, we will re­turn the pro­gram fee but will not re­turn the ap­pli­ca­tion fee. Ali­pay Ac­count: 13779930256 (Jean)
  4. Reg­u­lar stu­dents should pre­pare 2–3 reper­toires, and you should leave us a note about your reper­toires when you sign up for this pro­gram, so our pi­ano ac­com­pa­ni­ment can pre­pare be­fore­hand. If you are prepar­ing some ba­sic and non-ac­com­pa­ni­ment reper­toires, please al­so note us.
  5. When you trans­fer your pay­ment through Ali­pay, please spec­i­fy your name, gen­der, age, con­tact num­ber, reper­toires for class­es (au­di­tors are not re­quired), with/without par­ents ac­com­pa­ny, par­ents names.

Mas­ter Class 9.21–9.24, 2017

9:30–12:30, 14:00–17:00 Xi­ao Xue Tang Chong Dong Book Store(Hai Tian Tang Gou|Kulangsu)

Se­lect­ed Stu­dents Con­cert 9.24:

20:00 Xie He Tang on Ku­lang­su Is­land

Lec­ture 9.23

17:00 Mu­sic Hall, School of Art at Xi­a­men Uni­ver­si­ty

Topic:Thomas — Mu­sic Phi­los­o­phy

Lecturer:Professor Thomas Riebl

In­ter­preter: Yang

Teach­ers’ Con­cert 9.23

20:00 — 21:30 Mu­sic Hall, School of Art at Xi­a­men Uni­ver­si­ty

  1. Concertpiece——Georges Enesco

Viola:Yi-wen Chao

Piano:Sijia Zheng

  1. Vi­o­la Sonata No.2 in E‑flat Ma­jor, Op.120

——Jo­hannes Brahms

  • Al­le­gro am­a­bile
  • Al­le­gro ap­pas­sion­a­to
  • An­dante con mo­to

Vi­o­la: Ke­ju Wang


  1. Praludium——Dmitri Schostakovich

Vi­o­la: Ke­ju Wang, Jing Yang

Pi­ano :Si­ji­azheng


  1. Mon­go­lian and Han——Zili Li

5‑string So­pra­no Viola:Jing Yang


  1. Arpeg­gione Sonata——Franz Schu­bert
  • Al­le­gro Mod­er­a­to
  • Ada­gio
  • Al­le­gret­to

5‑string Tenor Viola:Thomas Riebl


  1. 5‑string Vi­o­la Duet ——Michael Grol­id

5‑string So­pra­no Vi­o­la :Jing Yang

5‑string Tenor Vi­o­la :Thomas Riebl

  1. The Phan­tom Of the Opera (arrange­ment for vi­o­la cham­ber)—— Carl We­ber

5‑string Tenor Vi­o­la :Thomas Riebl

Viola:Chen-hung Ho, Yi-wen Chao, Ke­ju Wang

5‑string So­pra­no Vi­o­la :Jing Yang


Yang Tao Gar­den ——Fu Xing Old Cas­tle, Zhong Hua Hong Mo.

Ku­lang­su Is­land is the most pop­u­lar tourist site be­sides the For­bid­den City in Chi­na. On this is­land, you can not on­ly feel the cul­tures in­te­gra­tion be­tween Chi­na and west­ern coun­tries, but al­so the spe­cial at­mos­phere of “mu­sic gar­den on the sea”. Ku­lang­su is not just a place that cul­ti­vate pi­anist, but al­so cul­ti­vate many young string play­er. One of the vi­o­la am­bas­sador on the is­land, Jing Yang, was a third gen­er­a­tion Ku­lang­su na­tive cit­i­zen. She trav­eled to oth­er coun­tries to pol­ish her skills, and now, she has come back to this beau­ti­ful is­land with ad­vanced mu­sic tech­niques.

This mu­sic fes­ti­val is ex­e­cut­ed by a US team, and we have a very spe­cial hon­or to be able to in­vite Jing’s Aus­tri­an Mas­ter pro­gram in­struc­tor, world fa­mous vi­o­list, pro­fes­sor Thomas Riebl. He was the cham­pi­on of the In­ter­na­tion­al Vi­o­la Com­pe­ti­tion when he was young, and now, he is al­so a judge for var­i­ous in­ter­na­tion­al mu­sic com­pe­ti­tions. He is host­ing mas­ter class con­certs all over the world, but this is the first time that pro­fes­sor Thomas is vis­it­ing Chi­na. Tak­ing this great ad­van­tage, Jing has al­so in­vit­ed some well-known Asian vi­o­la spe­cial­ists and pro­fes­sors to gath­er in this ro­man­tic mu­sic is­land and to host a four-day long mu­sic pro­gram, in­clud­ing mas­ter class, lec­tures and con­certs for our se­lect­ed stu­dents. We wish to have a suc­cess­ful vi­o­la fes­ti­val on Ku­lang­su Is­land.

Reg­u­lar stu­dents are lim­it­ed to 16 peo­ple, and the au­di­tors are lim­it­ed to 20 peo­ple.


















2017 年9月20–25日



Thomas Riebl

1956年出生于维也纳,Thomas曾师从著名中提琴家S. Führlinger、Peter Schidlof和SandorVegh。他曾获布达佩斯、慕尼黑ARD、和纽约若姆伯格等国际比赛的大奖。他在卡耐基音乐厅、阿姆斯特丹皇家音乐厅和维也纳金色大厅等举办過个人音乐会,并与众多顶尖的乐团合作,其中包括芝加哥交响乐团、柏林爱乐和维也纳爱乐、巴伐利亚广播和芬兰广播交响乐团等。此外,他还与众多著名指挥家合作,如Claudio Ab­ba­do、 Horst Stein、 Edo de Waart、Andrew Davies和­Syl­vain Cam­brel­ing等。

Thomas曾受邀参加众多重大国际音乐节。他的室内音乐合作者包括Jessey Norman、Steven Is­serlis、 Sabine Meyer和茱莉亚弦乐四重奏。他是维也纳弦乐六重奏的创始成员(1979–2004),曾为百代、美国广播唱片公司、pan clas­sic­s和英国唱片公司录制唱片。

自1983年以来,Thomas Riebl一直在萨尔斯堡莫扎特大学担任教授,在全球范围内教授多个大师班。他門下的許多学生都荣获過国际大奖,並且在音乐学院担任教授或成为顶尖管弦乐队和弦乐四重奏乐团的成员。



畢業於國立藝術專科學校(現國立台灣藝術大學)音樂科、巴黎師範音樂學院、國立巴黎高等音樂學院高級室內樂文憑及高級演奏家文憑,主修中提琴,師事陳永清、吉永禎三、廖年賦、毛利斯‧哈森、多明尼克‧理查及法國著名中提琴演奏家蓋哈特‧考斯,並考入巴黎市立音樂學院職業樂團先修班,師事巴黎樂團首席珍‧杜普和巴黎巴士底歌劇院樂團首席勞倫‧費尼。一九八九年獲得法國U. F. A. M. 中提琴比賽首獎。一一九九一年代表學校至北非摩洛哥演出室內樂。一九九二年獲得全額獎學金至維雷克羅茲,由瑞士日內瓦四重奏大賽首獎Ysaye絃樂四重奏指導室內樂並參加瓦爾嘎音樂節,接受日內瓦及慕尼黑中提琴大賽得主,今井信子大師的指導,並在結業當天獲選演出。一九九三年進入國立巴黎高等音樂學院半職業樂團。自一九九四年加入法國著名的現代音樂樂團2E2M後,就經常在歐洲各地的國際現代音樂節中演出,如葡萄牙、賽浦路斯、羅馬尼亞及巴黎國家廣播電台的國際現代音樂節。




杨璟曾获英国 Al­thur Bliss 作品比赛第一名;英国 Sir Ed­ward Coop­er Prize 四重奏比赛第一名;德国 Bo­densee 国际中提琴比赛第二名;奥地利 Li­onel Tertis中提琴比赛第二名;斯洛文尼亚 Bled 中提琴国际比赛第二名。
杨璟4岁学习小提琴,6岁登台,启蒙老师曾依文,随后师从郭淑敏、陈少琛、林应龙、沈西蒂、刘念、Paul Sil­ver­thorn和Thomas Riebl。
杨璟很早便开始尝试跨界音乐,曾与美国著名魔力红Maroon5乐队录制一首单曲,成立了Jing’s Quintet,Jing & Friends两只跨界音乐乐队,并于2017年5月在台北万人“小巨蛋”作为独奏嘉宾演出杨璟同时也是厦门市流行音乐家协会常务理事,石狮市音乐家协会高级顾问,厦门音乐学校校友会副会长。




毕业于奥地利萨尔斯堡莫扎特音乐大学,先后以最优异的成绩获得钢琴表演、室内乐以及艺术歌曲伴奏硕士学位。师从上海音乐学院巣志珏、孙维权教授,后赴欧师从Cordelia Hoe­fer Teutsch教授,然后跟随奥地利著名钢琴家Peter Lang教授继续深造。此外还得到多位国际大师的指导,如Dmitri Bashkirov、Pavel Gililov、Elisabeth Leonskaja、Jaques Rouvier等。留学期间,曾连续获得全额奖学金以及Hubel Stiftung奖学金。受邀在萨尔斯堡音乐节、室内乐音乐节、以及中国、德国、奥地利、意大利、西班牙、法国等地成功举办独奏和室内乐音乐会。




趙怡雯是美國茱莉亞學院建校百年來首位華人中提琴博士,為前紐約愛樂中提琴首席P. Neubauer與茱莉亞中提琴部門主席S. Rhodes門下弟子。已故溫哥華交響樂團音樂總監科米席歐納(S. Comissiona)讚美她的演奏「專注而投入,富有音樂性及個人特色」。2005年她以最低年限三年取得博士學位後,將學術兼修的形象根植於台灣,並廣受跨界合作與代言之邀約。


受邀於國際間各大音樂節,如瑞士Verbier音樂節、日本「太平洋音樂節」、德國「萊比錫國際音樂營」、美國「壇格塢音樂節」、法國「楓丹白露音樂節」、中央音樂院「中提琴藝術節」。曾擔任「太平洋音樂節」中提琴首席及「壇格塢音樂節」小澤征爾指揮場次之中提琴首席,獲選與小提琴家Chantal Juillet、鋼琴家Stephen Hough,及NHK交響樂團首席堀 正文演出室內樂。近期合作室內樂的國際大師包括巴黎高等音樂院教授I. Duha、鹿特丹音樂院教授H. Stegenga、長城四重奏、Diotima String Quartet、Lydian String Quartet、中提琴大師今井信子及新英格蘭音樂院教授P. Katz。

現專任於國立台北藝術大學,除了持續以演奏與國際接軌,更致力於人才的培育。曾受邀於上海音樂學院、北京中央音樂學院、紐約大學(NYU)、奧克拉荷馬州立大學(OU)等校指導中提琴大師班,近期受邀於中國伊斯頓弦樂音樂節與北京國際音樂大師班藝術節(BIMFA),並於國家大劇院演出獨奏。2016年演奏足跡遍及泰國伊斯頓弦樂音樂節、西貢歌劇院、胡志明市立音樂院、越南國立音樂院,其間越南首演Vieuxtemps El­e­gy Op.30。2017於河內及胡志明市擔任獨奏,演出 Bruch Ro­manze for Vi­o­la and String Quar­tet。




中提琴演奏家;耶鲁大学、波士顿大学访问学者;“西安四重奏”联合创办人;2009年执教于西安音乐学院;曾任艺术处处长助理;曾多次荣任各类中提琴比赛、国际弦乐比赛、音乐节评委,并多次在国内外举办中提琴大师班;曾囊括的国际奖项包括:2017年度萨尔斯堡国际音乐比赛最高奖一等奖、第14届意大利“埃尔德普”最高奖特等奖、2009年美国纽约国际青年艺术家大赛(YCA)银奖、美国第11届 William Primrose和英国第9届 Li­onel Tertis国际比赛特别单项奖等;2016年,第15届意大利威尼斯国际建筑双年展,作为唯一一位音乐指导和中提琴独奏为中国国家馆宣传片录制音乐。



旅美中提琴演奏家,浙江音乐学院中提琴教师。美国茱莉亚音乐学院学士及硕士学位。Morse奖学金学者,美国哥伦比亚大学高等音乐教育博士,先后师从王绍武、何荣、Heidi Castlman、Michael Three、Steve Tenenbom、Ira Weller、Hsin-Yun Huang。荣获纽约国际青年演奏家协奏曲比赛冠军,及全国中提琴比赛第三名。全球华人乐团演奏家。2017年被美国著名音乐音乐评论杂志《纽约音乐会评论》誉为当代杰出的中提琴演奏家。

刘瓅元的演奏足迹遍布美洲、欧洲、亚洲大陆世界各地著名音乐厅,包括卡内基音乐厅,埃弗里,费雪音乐厅,Alice Tul­ly 音乐厅,美国国家图书馆音乐厅,中国国家大剧院等等。2012年在卡内基音乐厅与纽约协奏交响乐团合作罗拉中提琴协奏曲,被知名乐评人Michel Sherwin誉为“天赋极高的,杰出的中提琴演奏家。拥有令他人绝望的技巧和如天鹅绒般光滑的音色。”



  • 包含4节大师课(45分钟/节)
  • 2节与Thomas教授
  • 1节与杨璟(偏重基本功)
  • 1节与何君恒教授(室内乐排练)








19:45——21:30重奏排练、音乐会排练、乒乓球赛等等 ——杨桃院子


12:45 午餐——晓学堂虫洞书店










12:45 午餐——晓学堂虫洞书店

18:00 晚餐——杨桃院子

20:00 优秀学生音乐会——协和堂



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大师班 9.21–9.24, 2017

9:30–12:30, 14:00–17:00 晓学堂虫洞书店(海天堂构|鼓浪屿)


20:00 鼓浪屿协和堂

讲座 9.23

17:00 厦门大学艺术学院音乐厅

题目:托马斯 — 音乐哲学


翻译: 杨璟

导师及特邀嘉宾音乐会 9.23

20:00 — 21:30 厦门大学艺术学院音乐厅

  1. 演奏会曲——艾涅斯库



  1. 中提琴第二奏鸣曲


  • 亲切的快板
  • 热情的快板
  • 稍快的行板

中提琴: 王恪居


  1. 前奏曲——肖斯塔科维奇

中提琴: 王恪居、杨璟



  1. 漫瀚调——李自立



  1. 阿佩乔尼奏鸣曲——舒伯特
  • 有节制的快板
  • 柔板
  • 小快板

五弦低音中提琴: 托马斯•里布儿


  1.  五弦中提琴二重奏——古洛里德



  1. 歌剧魅影 选曲(为中提琴室内乐重奏而改编)——韦伯