The well-known “A Thousand Li of Rivers and Mountains” painted by Wang Ximeng (1096-1119) has inspired many cultural products, including a new dance drama, “Only Blue and Green,” which will premiere in Shenzhen with four shows this week.
Hong Kong illustrator Steven Choi is showcasing his works based on the French novella “Le Petit Prince” at an exhibition in Nanshan District. In addition to his illustrations, installations and sculptures for recreating scenes in the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry are also on display and collectables are on sale for fans.
Two young U.S. artists, Ryan LaBar and Jeffery Stephen Miller, are exhibiting their ceramic works at an exhibition in Banana Jam.
Young erhu artist Lu Yiwen will collaborate with the Fly-Canton String Quartet to perform a night of Chinese and Western classics for string fans this Sunday for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.
Bay Opera of Shenzhen, a new performing center with a 1,500-seat opera hall, a 598-seat multifunctional theater and several rehearsal rooms near the Bay Glory Ferris wheel in Bao’an District, will open next week with “La Traviata” presented by China National Opera House.
“Deep in Memory,” the latest dance drama directed and choreographed by Tong Ruirui, will be staged at the Pingshan Theater next month.