Changsha Symphony Orchestra Performs in Ukraine
The Changsha Symphony Orchestra made its debut performance at the Ukrainian International Cultural and Art Center on the evening of November 3, local time. It was part of the orchestra’s “Authentic China” touring show along “Belt and Road” countries.
World-famous Symphony Orchestras Hit Stage in Changsha
Between October 24 and 25, 19 world-famous symphony orchestras from home and abroad gathered in Changsha to participate in the 2019 Changsha City Symphony Orchestra Summit. They include German Bamberg Symphony, Russian Rostov Philharmonic Orchestra, Beijing Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, and Macao Orchestra. As the host, the Changsha Symphony Orchestra will showcase Hunan’s orchestra development at the summit.
Chinese Classical Music Concert Staged to Celebrate 70th Anniversary of PRC Founding
A special concert of Chinese classical music was staged at the Changsha Concert Hall that evening, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
Chorus Singing Ode to Our Motherland Held
A special concert by the Changsha Symphony Orchestra Opera Center Chorus was staged at the Hunan Concert Hall on September 6 evening. Performers sang classic patriotic songs like “Ode to the Motherland”, “Defend the Yellow River”, “Descendants of the Dragon”, and “My Motherland”, to express their love for the motherland.
Symphony Concert Conducted by Famous Italian Conductor Nicola Giuliani Staged in Changsha
The year of 2019 is the first year of the establishment of the Changsha Symphony Orchestra. This concert was conducted by the famous Italian conductor Nicola Giuliani, and performed by the Changsha Symphony Orchestra. Xiao Ming, the chief of the Changsha Symphony Orchestra, served as the concert’s music director.
Peking Opera Concert Held in Changsha to Commemorate Mei Lanfang
On August 24, the Peking Opera forum and a Peking opera concert were held in Changsha to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Peking Opera master Mei Lanfang’s performance in Japan and the 125th anniversary of his birth. Also being celebrated was the 85th anniversary of the birth of Mei Baojiu, a son of Mei Lanfang and also a prominent Peking opera artist.