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Tan Dun & Shanghai Symphony Orchestra: Shanghai Symphony Hall

Shanghai Symphony Hall, Shanghai - Concert Hall

Saturday
28 Apr
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Tan Dun & Shanghai Symphony Orchestra: Shanghai Symphony Hall

Shanghai Symphony Hall, Shanghai - Concert Hall

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28 Apr
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Shanghai Symphony Hall, Shanghai - Concert Hall

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About the Event

Gain new perspective on the subject of love: Tan Dun conducts the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra in a program featuring his own Violin Concerto.

Tan Dun’s violin concerto describes human love at different stages of life.

Program

  • Debussy, Claude
    Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone
  • Tan, Dun
    Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra: Out of Peking Opera
  • Debussy, Claude
    Rhapsody for Clarinet
  • Tan, Dun
    Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra: Intercourse of Water and Fire
Program is subject to change

Artists

  • Tan, Dun (Conductor)
  • Shanghai Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra)
    Shanghai Symphony Orchestra is the oldest and the best-known ensemble of its kind in Asia, through which the Chinese symphonic music develops. Originally known as the Shanghai Public Band, it developed into an orchestra in 1907, and was renamed the Shanghai Municipal Council Symphony Orchestra in 1922. Notably under the baton of the Italian conductor Mario Paci, the orchestra promoted Western music and trained Chinese young talents very early in China, and introduced the first Chinese orchestral work to the audience, hence reputed as the “the best in the Far East.” Practically, the history of Shanghai Symphony Orchestra may be referred as the history of China’s symphonic music development.
  • Zhao, Jing (Soloist)
    Violoncello
  • Tsu, Vera (Soloist)

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