What's on in Shenzhen

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SHENZHEN, Oct. 5 (Xinhua) -- The following are shows and exhibitions available in Shenzhen in the coming week:

Chorale Concerts: Shenzhen Serendipity

Date: Oct.10 - 12

Time: 8 p.m.

Place: Mountain View Theater, the Sea World Culture and Arts Center


The Taipei Male Singers and the 1872 Chorus, which are the two choirs from both sides of the strait, will gather in Shenzhen, to celebrate the chorale music that has overwhelmed the East and the West. Programs for three concerts in a row include folk songs from the hometown of both choirs, a selection from the bel-canto and Lieder repertoire, newly composed songs for classical Chinese literature as well as classic pop songs.


Zhang Haochen Piano Recital

Date: Oct. 12

Time: 8 p.m.

Place: Symphony Hall, Shenzhen Concert Hall


Since his gold medal win at the Thirteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2009, Haochen Zhang has captivated audiences in the United States, Europe and Asia with a unique combination of deep musical sensitivity, fearless imagination and spectacular virtuosity. In 2017, Haochen received the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, which recognizes talented musicians with the potential for a major career in music. Works by Debussy, Schumann, Boulez and Liszt will be played in the concert.


Barry Douglas Piano Recital

Date: Oct.13

Time: 7 p.m.

Place: Mountain View Theater, the Sea World Culture and Arts Center


Barry Douglas has established a major international career since winning the Gold Medal at the 1986 Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition, the first non-Russian pianist to be honored with the award since Van Cliburn in 1958. As a soloist, he has previously given concerts with the BBC Scottish Symphony, London Symphony, Russian National, Cincinnati Symphony, Staatskapelle, Orchestra National de France and Hong Kong Philharmonic orchestras. This time Barry will play Tchaikovsky's principal works for solo piano "The Seasons" and Mussorgsky's warhorse "Pictures at An Exhibition." Enditem

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