What's on in Shanghai

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SHANGHAI, March 31 (Xinhua) -- The following are shows and exhibitions available in Shanghai in the coming week:


Date: March 30-July 21

Venue: Pearl Art Museum


Pearl Art Museum and Mucha Foundation, Prague, jointly present the first-ever exhibition of Alphonse Mucha in China, which brings 230 art pieces of the Czech Art Nouveau Maestro, ranging from paintings, advertising posters, jewel design and photographs to personal belongings. The selections reveal Mucha's multifaceted nature as an artist and set out to explore his expansive inner landscape.


Era - Intersection of Time

Date: every day except Monday

Venue: ERA Castle


"ERA," the stunning acrobatic extravaganza of Shanghai which has accompanied locals and foreigners for over 13 years, returns in 2019 with brand-new production and in an all-new venue. With updated settings and equipment, the show will continue to put smiles on the faces of those who come to the performance and is slated to usher in a new era.



Musical: BA-DUN

Date: April 6-7

Place: Shanghai Culture Square


BA-DUN, a robot born in 2022, is the leading actor of this original Chinese musical. As a result of China's upcoming sci-fi fever, the production features an artificial intelligence fantasy on stage and also invites a popular Chinese singer to sing its theme song.


Light and Poetry: French Violinist Brieuc Vourch in Recital

Date: April 1, 2019

Place: Shanghai Grand Theatre-Buick Theatre


Young French violinist Brieuc Vourch will undertake his first Asia concert tour, presenting works by impressionist composers like Debussy and Ravel in Shanghai. Vourch was born in 1995, and started playing the violin at the age of three. He studied with Itzhak Perlman and Aaron Rosand at the Juilliard School. Itzhak Perlman praised him as "an excellent violinist, he is a strong player and has a great deal of temperament as well as sensitivity." http://www.cn010w.com Enditem

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