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國立臺灣交響樂團

國立臺灣交響樂團
國立臺灣交響樂團
團體名稱 : 國立臺灣交響樂團
英文名稱 : National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra
團體類型 : 音樂類
團長 : 柯基良
地址 : 台中縣霧峰鄉中正路738-2號
連絡人 : 林佳瑩
電話 : 04-23391141*120
網站 : http://www.ntso.gov.tw
簡介 : 國立臺灣交響樂團創立於民國三十四年(1945),為台灣音樂史上最悠久之交響樂團。樂團成立之初,先後隸屬於台灣省警備司令部、台灣省藝術建設協會,台灣省教育廳及文化處等單位。而自創團以來,邀請國內及來自世界各國之優秀音樂家參與演出,締造出許多「台灣首創」的紀錄:民國卅七年(1948)十月廿五日首演貝多芬第九號【合唱】交響曲,盛況空前;另創台灣最早之音樂雜誌【樂學】雙週刊;國內首位外籍客席指揮約翰笙博士(美國籍)、更是第一個舉行全台巡迴演出的交響樂團。八十八年(1999)七月,改隸行政院文化建設委員會,更名為「國立臺灣交響樂團」,團址座落於台中縣霧峰鄉,九十一年(2002)專屬演奏廳落成啟用。

國立臺灣交響樂團累積了豐富的經驗,除演奏及訓練具專業水準外,更追求卓越,與新時代並肩齊步,對於提昇國人精神生活、推動藝文發展及促進國際文化交流,均有實際的成果與貢獻。國立臺灣交響樂團也開國內大型音樂藝術季之先河,歷年來演出著名歌劇如:【魔笛】(Die Zauberflote)、【茶花女】(La Traviata)、【弄臣】(Rigoletto)、【魔彈射手】(Der Freischütz);國人創作之大型歌劇如:【第一百個新娘】(the 100th Bride)、【天山雲雀】(Skylark of Tang-Shan)、【西施】(Xi Shi)與舞劇【敦煌夢】(Dream of Dun-Haung)等,深受各界好評。

六十年來,受邀與本團合作演出的國際團隊及藝術家不計其數,曾與本團合作的華人藝術家不乏今日焯焯之星,如:傅聰(Fu Comg)、陳必先(Cheng Pihsien)、譚盾(Tan Dan)、莫華倫(Warren Mok)、胡乃元(Nai-Yuan Hu)等。在國際交流方面,本團除了曾邀請多位海內外的知名客席指揮,如:亨利‧梅哲(Henry Mazer)、羅徹特(Michael Rochat )、芬奈爾(Frederick Fennell),亦曾邀請國外交響樂團如俄羅斯國立芭蕾舞團(Russian Sate Ballet)及匈牙利榭格特市立交響樂團(Szeged Symphonic Orchestra, Hungary),羅馬尼亞國家交響樂團等來台演出外,也曾分別應邀至美國、歐洲、南非、韓國等國演出。此外,亦致力於海峽兩岸之文化交流,透過「華裔作曲家研討會」、「華裔徵曲比賽」、國際藝術節等活動,樹立藝術、學術性之互動。

近年來,國立臺灣交響樂團致力於多元的藝術取向,力求「精緻」並「和眾」,目前更積極規劃將樂團所在地建置為青少年音樂文化園區,透過有系統的軟硬體建設打造成為國內唯一交響樂的文化、教育及休憩的場域,以提昇全民對音樂美學的素養,達到社會和諧美好的期望。

英文簡介 : Founded in 1945, National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra (NTSO) has the longest history of all symphony orchestras in Taiwan. At the beginning stages, NTSO was a unit under the jurisdiction of Taiwan Garrison Command, then the Taiwan Provincial Art Construction Association, and then the Education Department and Cultural Department of Taiwan Provincial Government, respectively. Since its inception, NTSO has invited many outstanding musicians from home and abroad to join and has created many “Number One” records in Taiwan. For example, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony (known as the ""Choral"") was premiered by NTSO in Taiwan on October 25, 1948; Music Biweekly, the first music magazine in Taiwan, was launched by NTSO; NTSO was the first to hire a guest conductor from other country and the first symphony orchestra to make tour performances in Taiwan. NTSO has been put under the rein of Council for Cultural Affairs since July 1999, when its name was changed to the present name. Our office is located in Wufeng District, Taichung City. We have had our exclusive auditorium since 2002.

NTSO has accumulated a wealth of experience in performances, training professional musicians, and promoting international cultural exchange. We are also the first to launch large-scale music festivals in Taiwan. Over the years, we have performed many famous foreign operas, such as Die Zauberflote, La Traviata, Rigoletto, Der Freischütz together with large-scale operas created by Taiwanese, such as The 100th Bride, Skylark of Tang-Shan, Xi Shi, and Dream of Dun-Haung, etc.

Over the last 60 years, the NTSO has invited and performed with countless orchestras and artists from around the world. Among them are some very famous Chinese artists, including Fu Comg, Cheng Pihsien, Tan Dan, Warren Mok, and Nai-Yuan Hu. In terms of international exchanges, NTSO has also invited many well-known visiting conductors, such as Henry Mazer, Michael Rochat, and Frederick Fennell. We have also invited a number of foreign symphony orchestras to perform in Taiwan, such as Russian Sate Ballet, the Hungarian Szeged Symphonic Orchestra, and Romanian National Symphony Orchestra. We have also been invited to perform in the United States, Europe, South Africa, South Korea and other countries. In addition, we have been committed to cross-strait cultural exchanges through the activities held by Chinese Composer Seminar, Chinese Music Composition Competition, and International Arts Festival.

In recent years, NTSO has been committed to a diverse artistic orientation, striving to ""refine"" and ""popularize"" our performances. Currently, we are planning to turn our orchestra seat into Youth Music Culture Park. We are strengthening our software and hardware to create in Taiwan the only field for symphony culture, education, and entertainment. It is hoped that we can enhance the capacity of our people to appreciate music aesthetics and our society can thus become better and more harmonious.