What's on in Guangzhou

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GUANGZHOU, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- The following are shows and exhibitions available in Guangzhou in the coming week:

"Butterfly Lovers & Yellow River" Concert by Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

Date: Sept. 30

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Venue: Opera Hall, Guangzhou Opera House


The Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (SRSO) was established in 1929 as the first professional symphony orchestra in Slovakia. It has become well known abroad through its broadcasts and recordings. The SRSO played an important role in promoting "Butterfly Lovers" and "Yellow River" throughout the world. This time, it will perform these two classics for the first time in China.

Musical Sing a Song of Mine by TDSM Dance Studio Macao

Date: Oct. 5 - 6

Time: 2:30 p.m. (Oct. 6) & 7:30 p.m. (Oct. 5 - 6)

Venue: Experimental Theatre, Guangzhou Opera House


"Sing a Song of Mine" is led by TDSM, collaborating four local singers: Filipe, Kevin, Kylamary and Ao Siu. Based on true stories, interweaving street dance and beautiful songs, the play is filled with witty lines, which not only makes the audience weep and laugh but also unveils the loneliness and solitude of these singers in Macao.

Rebirth in China: Canton Enamel Special Exhibition

Date: Till March 29, 2020

Venue: Guangdong Museum


Canton enamel was the exclusive luxury of the royal family and aristocracy in the early days, which later took root in the private sector and was then sold domestically and re-exported, becoming a famous export commodity. It is the first time that the museum will launch a special exhibition on Canton enamel, displaying more than 120 pieces of enamel for use by the palace and ordinary people and for export. Enditem

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