Shenzhen Museum is offering a great lineup of new exhibits this winter. Don't forget: The museum's divisions are free to enter but require booking via the museum’s WeChat account (ID: iszbwg).
Leading Chinese conductor and composer Tan Dun has made an indelible mark on the world's music scene with a creative repertoire that travels across the boundaries of classical music, multimedia performance and Eastern and Western music traditions.
Humankind has done unprecedented damage to the ocean such as overfishing and waste dumping. The ocean continues to deteriorate due to pollution, with devastating effects on the planet's ecosystem and biodiversity. Marine protection is very urgent.
"In Translation — The Contexts of Nature” is the Nanshan District Parallel Project of the Sixth Shenzhen International Photography Exhibition being held at Sea World Culture and Arts Center.
Although the title of a new exhibition at He Xiangning Art Museum, "Through Frozen Soil, Desert and Glacier," sounds as cold as Shenzhen's recent chilly weather, the exhibition is engaging.
Conducted by Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra (SZSO) artistic director Lin Daye, the orchestra will premiere a piano concerto composed by musician couple Chen Yi and Zhou Long on Friday night.