What's on in Shenzhen

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SHENZHEN, Dec. 15 (Xinhua) -- The following are shows and exhibitions available in Shenzhen in the coming week:

The Yellow River Cantata

Date: Dec. 20

Time: 8 p.m.

Place: Shenzhen Concert Hall


The chorus concert performed by Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra Chorus at the end of each year has already become a significant program of the season. This time they will perform Yellow River Cantata, which was the most inspiring piece of music during the Chinese war against Japanese invasion in World War II. Wang Jun is a conductor with rich experience in chorus, and under his long-term well training, Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra Chorus has grown into a chorus group with considerable artistic influence in China.

Me and My Motherland: String Orchestra Public Performance

Date: Dec. 21

Time: 3 p.m.

Place: Shenzhen Concert Hall


The public performance is given by Shenzhen Children's Palace String Orchestra. Established in April 2005, the orchestra currently has more than 70 members. The orchestra has won many domestic and international awards. This time, their performance highlights classic works at home and abroad such as Pastoral, Jasmine, Me and My Motherland, and works by Brahms and Shostakovich.

Maud Lewis and the Nova Scotia Contemporary Art Exhibition

Date: until March 22, 2020

Time: 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (close on Monday)

Place: He Xiangning Art Museum


The exhibition displays the artworks of Canada's most iconic folk artist Maud Lewis and the other six contemporary female artists from Nova Scotia to celebrate the artistic production of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Maud Lewis (1903-1970) is best known for her paintings of cats, fishing boats, local wildlife and landscapes of the picturesque coastline of Nova Scotia. Her paintings are irrepressibly joyful and depict her surroundings with humor and affection. Enditem

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