Jan 24: Quorum Ballet – Rite of Spring
Igor Stravinsky's ballet, The Rite of Spring, made waves when it debuted in Paris in 1913 thanks to its outrageous costumes, experimental choreography and a story centered on pagan sacrifice. In this performance, cutting-edge modern dance troupe Quorum Ballet from Portugal reinterpret the show for the 21st century.
Jan 25: Ara Malikian Solo Concert
Studying the violin at an early age with his father, Ara Malikian gave his first concert when he was 12 years old. As a Lebanese-born Spanish violinist of Armenian descent, his music embraces elements from other cultures like Middle Eastern and Argentinian. As a talented musician, he has played in numerous world-renowned music halls including Carnegie Hall and Salle Pleyel. Now the violin master is coming to China - don't miss the opportunity to experience the charm of his performance.
Jan 28: Dulwich Pudong Flea Market
Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong will hold its first flea market of the year this Sunday, January 28. If you’d like to dispose of quality second-hand goods or donate new items, you are welcome to book a table through the school’s registration page. If you have items to donate but no time to manage a table, you can drop them off at the Main College Reception. All the unsold goods will be donated to the Noughts & Hearts charity.
All Month: Out of the Archive | World Museum Collection
This exhibition brings together a selection of the most famous masterpieces in art history, including works from Dali, Picasso, and Van Gogh. Through collaboration with organizations such as the Van Gogh Museum and the Warhol Foundation, Je Fine Art Space brings you these artists and the unique experience of seeing their works together in one place.
All Month: Emilio Ambasz | Architecture Toward Nature
Being an architect and award-winning industrial designer, Emilio Ambasz ponders on the relationship between architecture and nature. As a result, the Argentinean architect became a pioneer of ‘green’ architecture. The exhibition not only provides you with insight around the concept, but also leaves you food for thought on incorporating green spaces into modern designs.
9am-6pm; free entry. The Shanghai Study Center, The University of Hong Kong. See event listing.