Oriental Art Center blooming with performances

From classical music to stage drama to dance theater, Shanghai Oriental Art Center will present a variety of performances in September and October.
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Chinese Pianist

Li Yundi is among the most acclaimed and popular classical pianists of his generation, ranked behind only Lang Lang as the best-known pianist to have emerged from China. Regarded as a leading exponent of Chopin’s music, Li has performed at many prestigious venues and festivals. This time he will collaborate with the Warsaw Philharmonic for his all-Chopin program.

Date: September 5, 7:30pm

Tel: 5292-0164

Tickets: 880-1,280 yuan

Venue: Concert Hall of Shanghai Oriental Art Center

Address: 425 Dingxiang Rd, Pudong New Area

浦东新区丁香路425号

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Swedish Drama

“And Gives Us the Shadows” by Royal Dramatic Theater of Sweden is the only non-Chinese drama in the 2017-18 season of the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. The drama is adapted from Lars Noren’s work on Eugene O’Neill’s autobiography “Long Day’s Journey into Night.” It has features of Greek tragedy and modern comedy.

Date: September 14-15,7:15pm

Tel: 5292-0164

Tickets: 280-880 yuan

Venue: Opera Hall of Shanghai Oriental Art Center

Address: 425 Dingxiang Rd, Pudong New Area

浦东新区丁香路425号

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Farming Dance

Lin Hwai-min with his Cloud Gate Dance Theater from Taiwan will present dance theater “Rice” in Shanghai. It is a work based on the internationally acclaimed choreographer’s personal experiences in farming and harvesting. With the movement of their bodies, the dancers will create the growth of rice and showcase the cycle of life.

Date: October 18-October 22, 7:15pm

Tel: 5292-0164

Tickets: 380-880 yuan

Venue: Opera Hall of Shanghai Oriental Art Center

Address: 425 Dingxiang Rd, Pudong New Area

浦东新区丁香路425号


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