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The Shanghai Grand Theater(SGT) announced its 2019-2020 performance season o
n Aug 7, highlighting the top 10 projects that have been recommended by artists and critics.上海会所品茶微信
The upcoming season, which is titled “When We First Met”, will be the theater’s 21
上海会所st and Zhang Xiaoding, the general manager of the SGT, said that the performances will “take audiences on a jour
ney back to the starting point…to discover the original love we felt for art and the theater.”上海会所
Among the projects shown will be Tchaikovsky’s epic opera Eugene Onegin, presented by the Moscow State Stan
islavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre on Sep 11, 13 and 14. The renowned theater made its first China tou上海会所品茶微信
r in 1954. The evening premiere on Sep 11 will also markthe beginning of SGT’s new season.
As next year would mark the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s bir
上海会所th, maestro conductor Xu Zhong will be collaborating with the Vienna Chamber Orc
hestra and Chinese soloists to present Beethoven’s complete Piano Concertos in two consecutive concerts on May 5 and 6. F
rom June 23-24 and June 26-27, they will play a full cycle of Beethoven’s nine symphonies.上海会所品茶微信
Xu will also be conducting Shanghai Opera House’s production Turandotby Puccini from Dec 13-15. The production will be di
rected by Roberto Ando, featuring Chinese soprano He Hui, tenor Han Peng and Carlo Ventre from Uruguay.上海会所
Chinese soprano He has been active in the global music scene for more than a decad
e and has recently made the career shift from a lyrical soprano to a theater opera singer.
上海会所品茶微信“This is a big step for an artist, and a road of no return,” Xu said. “I hop
e she will take the lead in many heavy-weight opera productions in the future.”
The Wiener Staatsballett, an esteemed ballet company of 150 years fr上海会所
om Austria, will embark on its debut tour of Chinaand put up five performances from May 28
to Jun 3, 2020 at SGT. Two productions will be performed: Le Corsaire and Marie A上海会所品茶微信
ntoinette, choreographed by Manuel Legris and Patrick de Bana respectively.