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Documentary 音樂電影

Yannick: An Artist's Journey

3 January 2021 (SUN) 3:10 pm, K11 Art House
2021年 1月3日 (星期日) 下午3時10分, K11 Art House

Handel's Agrippina at K11 Art House on 3 January 2021 has unfortunately had to be cancelled.

For refund requests, please contact K11 Art House.

7 November 2021 (SUN) 3:15pm, Emperor Cinemas  (Entertainment Building, Central)
2021年 11月7日 (星期日) 下午3時15分,英皇戲院(中環娛樂行)

11 December 2021 (SAT) 3:15 pm, Premiere Elements
2021年 12月11日 (星期六) 下午3時15分, Premiere Elements

12 December 2021 (SAT) 3:00pm, K11 Art House
2021年 12月12日 (星期六) 下午3時正,K11 Art House

25 September 2021 (SAT) 3:00pm, K11 Art House
2021年 9月25日 (星期六) 下午3時正, K11 Art House

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Expected running Time: 1Hr 50Mins (no intermission)  
演出約1小時50分鐘 (不設中場休息)

In English and French (in parts) with English subtitles
以英語、法語 (部分) 演出附英文字幕

DIRECTOR Susan Froemke

EDITOR Peter R. Livingston Jr. 


PRODUCERS Susan Froemke, Peter Gelb

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Mia Bonggiovanni, Alexandra Eastman

About Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Hailed as a child prodigy, Candian born conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin started to learn music when he was five years old. At only nineteen years old, he has been invited by the famous Italian conductor Carlo Maria Giulini to rehearsals and performances. At twenty years old, Nézet-Séguin was already performing with some of the major orchestras in Canada. Blessed with an immense talent, Nézet-Séguin was hired in major positions by many leading performing arts institutes at a very young age: at twenty five years old, he was hired as the Music Director of Orchestre Métropolitain; at thirty five years old, he became the Principal Conductor of Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; at thirty seven years old, he was named as the Music Director of Philadelphia Orchestra. 

Nézet-Séguin made his company debut at the Met in 2009 with Bizet’s Carmen, which was highly praised by critics and audiences alike. Since his debut, Nézet-Séguin returned every season, conducting over one hundred performances and numerous galas. In 2018, he became the third Music Director of The Met at only forty-three years old, with La Traviata as his debut in that position. 

Yannick Nézet-Séguin is one of the best conductors in the classical music scene today. His passion in conducting and innovation in programming has made him a well-loved artist among peers, critics, and audience alike. The Financial Times claimed him as “The greatest generator of energy on the international podium”. In 2016, he was chosen by Musical America, one of the oldest American classical music magazines, as Artist of the Year. In the same year, he also visited Hong Kong with Philadelphia Orchestra, where local audiences were able to experience his music genius. 

被譽為音樂奇才的尼澤-塞甘從五歲開始學習音樂,包括鋼琴及指揮,於十九歲時尼澤-塞甘已受邀追隨著名義大利指揮家朱里尼 (Carlo Maria Giulini)參與排練及演出,翌年便被獲邀在加拿大各大主要樂團登台演出,及後被多個世界頂級樂團看上他的才華,邀請擔任重要職務:包括於二十五歲已獲邀出任加拿大大都會管弦樂團 (Orchestre Métropolitain) 音樂總監;三十五歲時擔任鹿特丹愛樂樂團 (Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra) 首席指揮;於三十七歲時就任費城樂團 (Philadelphia Orchestra) 音樂總監。



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