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大不列颠尤克里里乐团音乐会
演出类型:音乐
演出时间:2018年7月8日 19:30
演出票价:560/460/360/260/160/80
出品公司:无
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大不列颠尤克里里乐团音乐会

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

 

演出时间Time & Date︱2018年7月8日 19:30

演出票价Ticket Price ︱560/460/360/260/160/80

演出地点Venue︱苏州文化艺术中心大剧院 SCAC Grand Theatre


 

优惠信息:

即日起至3月25日,购票八折优惠,最低票价除外。

不与其他优惠同享。



观演须知

本场演出全长约105分钟,中场休息15分钟

Duration: approximately 105 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission

6岁以上人士观看。Suggested age: 6 and above




自成立之初第一场一售而空的音乐会起,从北极到悉尼歌剧院,穿过卡内基音乐厅和皇家阿尔伯特音乐厅, “拿着用零钱就可以购买的乐器”乐团在 9000 多个尤克里里琴伴随的日与夜中展开“只有手提行李的世界巡演”, 而通常票房一售而空,演出爆棚。

如今,在这个地球上叫做"尤克里里"的乐队有很多,追根溯源,只有来自大不列颠的这支尤克里里乐团才是世界上第一支原创的尤克里里乐团,他们为之后成千上万的尤克里里乐团开创了先河。 尤克里里吉他乐团以与观众的亲密互动而闻名世界。他们在没有噱头、没有复杂的舞台装备、没有荧幕、没有特效、没有灯光秀也没有舞者的情况下,仍然用熟悉的歌曲、朗朗上口的曲调、强烈的节奏感和幽默感来沸腾全场。

观众可以充分领略到不同类型音乐风格的碰撞与巧妙的和谐。从混搭的大卫?鲍伊的“火星生活” 到“吹口哨”的巴赫,从阿黛尔和 Lady Gaga 的大热门歌曲到瓦格纳的“女武神”,在后朋克和经典老歌节拍声的碰撞中展现了趣味性,艺术性,强大的拨弦技巧。

On the Beach at WaikikiBorn to be Wild

蜜色罗小姐Happy

甜美的梦Born this Way

今晚就要Slave to the Rhythm

尼古拉的华尔兹Get Lucky

莱姆豪斯蓝调 

-          中场休息 - 

蒙太古与凯普莱特Rockabye

玫瑰我爱你Das Model

吹口哨的巴赫On the Road Again

春江花月夜Orange Blossom Special

离开汉德尔Le Freak

地狱公路以实际演出曲目为准 This programme is subject to change

 

大不列颠尤克里里乐团

 

如果你这辈子只能听一次经典前卫流行的歌曲,那这就是了。 --BBC 

?“”--乐团的表演效果就好比 8 个从各自不同而又完全反差的音乐团体中放逐出来的难民荒谬的共存在一个舞台上;一伙不协调,不匹配但又被选中凑在一起的音乐家们以某种方式顺利的一起工作。就好像是瑜伽熊、夏洛克福尔摩斯、罗宾汉、一个街头骗子、一个贵族、彼得潘、圣女贞德和大力水手卜派共同出现在舞台上。画像和原型,卡通人物和经典人物一起出现,但是观众不可抵抗的被演出中宽泛而各异的人物性格,十足的娱乐性,使人沉浸其中的音乐和演奏,以及融合了不同领域的元素而触动。 乐团身着正式晚礼服(不管何时何地,无论是在格拉斯顿伯里音乐节或是在卡内基音乐厅)以室内乐团的形式端坐,充分利用每件乐器的特性去创造音乐的自由,从而表现出对音乐的出人意料的见解。流行和高雅音乐的美丽和空虚,浮夸和琐碎,动人和可笑之处同时被展现出来。有时候,一首愚蠢的歌曲比所谓的高术更能打动观众;有时音乐本身把自己太当回事的事实就暴露出了它的滑稽有趣。正如乐团宣称的:“一旦你被尤克里里的音乐人生观所感染,你可能永远不会再像以前的眼光看待音乐了”。

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

 

 

 

 ----BBC, 2006

The ukulele sounds a little like the Liuqin or the Yueqin or Ruan. The orchestra’s play and performance are beyond the conflicts of musical genre or the difference between a serious concert and comedy. It could be something perhaps modern, perhaps old, sometimes changing these so that the expectations of the audience are subverted. In the orchestra’s China debut, UOGB's "Original" show brings the audience a "genre-crashing" yet harmonious ride. From a mixture of David Bowie’s “Life on Mars” with other songs to Whistling Bach, accompanied by a ukulele; from Adele and Lady Gaga’s hit songs to Wagner’s “Valkyries”, the UOGB's "Original" show brings melodious light entertainment in a collision of post-punk performance and toe-tapping oldies. In Morricone’s “The Good, the bad, and the ugly”, with voices and ukuleles, the orchestra even attempt to replicate the sound effects and orchestral effects from the original.

“Playing with music is not the same thing as playing music. The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain is masters of both.”

The effect of encountering the orchestra's performers is of eight refugees exiled from other diverse and completely contrasting musical groups, all paradoxically coexisting on the same stage; a gang of misfits, a troupe of mismatched pick-n-mix musicians, who somehow work together like clockwork. As though we are seeing Yogi Bear, Sherlock Holmes, Robin Hood, a street hustler, a Noble Lord, Peter Pan, Joan of Arc and Popeye the Sailorman on stage together. Icons and archetypes, cartoons and timeless figures. Yet audiences overwhelmingly relate to the human scale of the UOGB show, the sheer entertainment value, the enjoyment of music and performance, and the diverse range of material the show consists of.

<span color:black;"="" style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border-style: none; font-size: 11.5pt;">The orchestra, sitting in chamber group format, and dressed in formal evening wear (regardless of the time of day or the venue, whether Glastonbury Festival or Carnegie Hall), uses the limitations of the instrument to create a musical freedom as it reveals unsuspected musical insights. Both the beauty and the vacuity of popular and highbrow music are highlighted, the pompous and the trivial, the moving and the amusing. Sometimes a foolish song can touch an audience more than high art; sometimes music that takes itself too seriously is revealed to be hilarious. As the orchestra's publicity states: "You may never think about music in the same way once you've been exposed to the ukes' depraved musicology".