New science art exhibition debuts in Nanshan
Cosmic Elements, a fusion of science and art, jointly presented by Nookland and the Chinese National Astronomy Magazine, opened at the China Resources Tower Arts Center Gallery in Nanshan District on Saturday.
SZSO to perform Mahler's 'Symphony No. 3'
This Friday evening, the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra (SZSO) will perform Mahler’s masterpiece, his “Symphony No. 3,” conducted by the orchestra’s artistic director Lin Daye. Mezzo-soprano Zhu Huiling will be the featured vocalist, singing alongside the SZSO Chamber Choir and Guangzhou Little Petrel Children’s Choir.
Art exhibitions across the city
"Vision and Gaze," "Echo in the Free Sky" and more art exhibitions are being presented across the city.
Free weekend concerts at Shenzhen Concert Hall this December
This December, Shenzhen Concert Hall is presenting five shows with performances on the organ, cello, harp and the piano as well as on Chinese instruments.
Gaze upon masterpieces at portraiture exhibition
Shenzheners are having a rare opportunity to admire iconic Western figure and portrait paintings, such as Giorgio de Chirico’s “Hector and Andromache,” Marc Chagall’s “The Circus,” and René Magritte’s “Abstract Idea,” at a free exhibition at Nanshan Museum.
Exhibition offers glimpses into traditional Chinese art
A total of 133 pieces of Chinese calligraphic works and paintings by 65 contemporary masters are on display at the Art Museum of Guangming Culture and Art Center through this Sunday, offering a comprehensive perspective on traditional Chinese fine arts in our modern era.
Art exhibitions across the city
Here is a list of art exhibitions art enthusiasts could not miss.
A date with Spanish pianist Mario Alonso
Members of Shenzhen Concert Hall’s fan club “Music Lovers” are in for a treat today, as they can sit at Spanish pianist Mario Alonso’s recital for free.
Boundary-breaking 'Shawshank' with Chinese-speaking expat cast
The Chinese version of Owen O’Neill and Dave Johns’ stage adaptation of “The Shawshank Redemption,” featuring a cast of Chinese-speaking foreigners, will premiere at Pingshan Theater on Jan. 4, 2024.
Claudia Yang brings Maritime Silk Road legend to concert
Under the baton of Spanish conductor José María Moreno, the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra (SZSO) will perform the works of Manuel de Falla, the most distinguished Spanish composer of the early 20th century as well as “The Legend of Maritime Silk Road,” a piano concerto written by British pianist and composer John Lenehan.
Upcoming performances: concerts, ballet and more
Upcoming performances including concerts, ballet and more will be presented in town from Nov. 28 to Dec. 3.
HK Phil's night of passion and splendor
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil), one of Asia’s foremost classical orchestras, will perform a concert this Saturday evening under the baton of resident conductor Lio Kuokman at Shenzhen Concert Hall.
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