Following the popularity of the Shenzhen-produced dance drama "Wing Chun," another Shenzhen dance show "AI in Love" will hit the Bay Opera of Shenzhen from March 30 to April 2.
More performances will be staged at this weekend.
Curated by Jeffrey Deitch, "City As Studio," China's first major exhibition of graffiti and street art, is running through May 14 at K11 MUSEA in Hong Kong to coincide with Art Basel Hong Kong.
An award-winning Chinese stage drama popular among the young will be performed at Shenzhen Poly Theater on March 31 and April 1.
In the winter of 2022, Wing Chun, a dance drama, was born in Shenzhen. In December 2022, the dance drama premiered at Shenzhen Poly Theater. In March 2023, Wing Chun embarked on a national tour starting from Shenzhen. For the next six months, Wing Chun will meet its audience in different cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Wuhan, Changsha, Hangzhou, Kunming, Suzhou, and Nanjing. From April 7 to 9, the drama will be on stage for five shows at National Center for the Performing Arts.
This Friday and Saturday, the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra (SZSO) will perform two concerts at the Shenzhen Grand Theater. Conducted by its artistic director Lin Daye, the two concerts will present the works of classical master Brahms and Shenzhen-based contemporary composer Zhang Ruodi.