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      What's on in Guangzhou (June 8-14)

      2020-June-9       Source: Xinhuanet.com

      The following are shows and exhibitions available in Guangzhou this week.

      The following are shows and exhibitions available in Guangzhou this week:

      The Night of Piano Concerto

      Date: June 12

      Time: 8:00 p.m.

      Venue: Xinghai Concert Hall

      Introduction:

      The concert is finally coming after many days of suspension due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Chinese pianist Du Ningwu will join hands with the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra to perform Beethoven's most popular concerto "Emperor" for the audience. Du and his wife Shen Huilian will also perform Francis Poulenc's "Concerto for 2 Pianos in D Minor."

      Exhibition of Young Power

      Date: Until July 5 (except for Mondays)

      Time: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

      Venue: Gallery No. 10/11/12, Guangdong Museum of Art

      Introduction:

      The works in this exhibition come from 26 distinctive young artists, some of whom are emerging artists in domestic and foreign exhibitions, while some are grassroots educators and creators. The works feature different styles and themes, including woodcut prints, oil paintings, ink paintings, installation videos and other art forms, showing the artists' personalized expressions of their thoughts on society and life.

      Power and Prestige of Ancient Shandong

      Date: Until Sept. 5

      Venue: The Museum of the Nanyue King of Western Han Dynasty

      Introduction:

      Shandong has more than 10 tombs of vassal kings in the Han Dynasty excavated. This exhibition shows 354 pieces of fine cultural relics unearthed from the tombs of the vassal kings in Shandong, showing an advanced social economy and culture of Shandong in the Han Dynasty.

      Editor: Hannah

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