The three-time Grammy-nominated Cuban music group Tiempo Libre, one of the hottest Latin bands today, graced Shenzhen Concert Hall on the evening of April 14. The group, with their contagious passion, turned a venue that is typically used for sitting through concerts into an ocean of joy and happiness with everyone standing up dancing and swinging around.
“Sketch for 20 Years,” showcasing 93 oil paintings created by five Chinese realism painters, opened at J Space and C2 Hall at OCT-LOFT on Sunday.
There's no apparent point to British musical “Cats,” and since its 1981 debut, it has little in the way of modernization, but when it opened in Shenzhen last weekend, its energy, verve and choreographic vigor hadn’t aged a bit.
At the ongoing Shenzhen Belt and Road International Music Festival, the concert, “The Ancient Echo — Wu Man, the Silk Road Musicians and the Huayin Shadow Puppet,” which was held at the Shenzhen Concert Hall on March 30, was probably the performance that was most pertinent to the theme of the music festival, for it delivered music true to its original traditional form from countries along the ancient Silk Road.
The works of 20 teams of bold and creative Chinese architects and artists are on display at the “Reconstructing Utopia” exhibition at OCT Art & Design Gallery, where they are envisioning the future of buildings, cities and communities.
The Iranian orchestra Eshitagh will present a concert featuring Iranian traditional music for audience members who grab a ticket to the March 26 show at Shenzhen Huaxia Art Center.
A special concert will be performed by youth musicians who are native to Shenzhen at Shenzhen Concert Hall on March 25 as part of the 2018 Shenzhen Belt & Road International Music Festival.
With spring’s arrival, all things undergo a revival, including music.Here comes the 2018 Belt & Road Shenzhen International Music Festival with a grand opening concert kicking off March 23.