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Thursday 25th, October 2018
George Benjamin: Written on Skin (Chinese Premiere)
Thursday 25th, October 2018    TO    Saturday 27th, October 2018
Thursday 25th, October 2018    TO    Saturday 27th, October 2018
Friday 26th, October 2018    TO    Sunday 28th, October 2018
A theatrical presentation on modern relationships and ghost stories, inspired by the classical Chinese literary collection Liaozhai Zhiyi (Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio). A wise man once said, “True love is like ghosts—you hear of them a lot, but few are those who actually come across one”. A writer, Mr Pu, wanted to be a bestselling author but could never achieve his aspiration. As things did not turn out as he planned, he couldn’t help but move along with the flow and started earning a living by developing an app named “Zhailiao”, in which he invented various types of beautiful women that lonely single souls could chat with.
Sunday 28th, October 2018    TO    Monday 29th, October 2018
In eight years as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, Gilbert succeeded in transforming the orchestra, already one of the nation’s most venerable arts institutions, into a leader on the cultural landscape. Alan Gilbert looks forward to launching his tenure as the new Chief Conductor of Hamburg’s NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra in September 2019. The Grammy Award-winning conductor previously served for more than a decade as Principal Guest Conductor of the ensemble when it was known as NDR Symphony Orchestra Hamburg; it has since adopted the name of its already-iconic new home, the Elbphilharmonie, which opened in January 2017 to worldwide acclaim.
Sunday 28th, October 2018
What’s in a horn? Music for English and French Horn
Thursday 1st, November 2018    TO    Sunday 18th, November 2018
Come on, Babe! If you’re looking for razzle-dazzle entertainment… If you’re looking for a night out at the theater you’ll remember for years to come… If you're looking for pure Broadway… then look no further than Chicago!
Friday 2nd, November 2018    TO    Saturday 3rd, November 2018
A theatrical presentation on modern relationships and ghost stories, inspired by the classical Chinese literary collection Liaozhai Zhiyi (Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio). A wise man once said, “True love is like ghosts—you hear of them a lot, but few are those who actually come across one”. A writer, Mr Pu, wanted to be a bestselling author but could never achieve his aspiration. As things did not turn out as he planned, he couldn’t help but move along with the flow and started earning a living by developing an app named “Zhailiao”, in which he invented various types of beautiful women that lonely single souls could chat with.