Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai.
Martin Stadtfeld @ Shanghai Concert Hall
German pianist Martin Stadtfeld lands at the Shanghai Concert Hall and will be performing his interpretations of Johann Sebastian Bach’s work. Played in renowned concerts around the world, he made his concert debut at the young of age of nine.
📍 523 East Yanan Road // 延安东路523号
Rooster Record Vinyl Market @ Elevator
Boogie away listening to 70’s and 80s pop and Chinese Indie records at Elevator. Starts at 3pm and ends at 8pm.
🕒 3pm to 8pm
📍 4F, 218 Xinle Road // 新乐路218号4楼
Carmen by Ballet Flamenco de Madrid @ Shanghai Grand Theatre
The story of Carmen is being retold through the invigoratingly entertaining art of the Flamenco dance. The Ballet Flamenco de Madrid is highly experienced and popular for their Spanish Flamenco performances. Prepare to be enchanted by the passionate performance of “Carmen”.
📍 300 Renmin Avenue // 人民大道300号
Flute Fair @ Shanghai Symphony Hall
Starting at 7.45pm, let your mind unwind at the Shanghai Symphony with a night of soothing flute playing. With 12 acclaimed flute experts gathered together, they’ll be playing numerous classical pieces starting from 7.45pm.
📍 1380 Middle Fuxing Road // 复兴中路1380号
The Sleeping Beauty @ Shanghai Oriental Art Centre
From young to old, many generations have waited for the moment of true love. When Sleeping Beauty opens her eyes, she is awakened by a kiss from her prince… Featuring majestic sets and Renaissance-inspired costumes, technical brilliance and bravura dancing by outstanding performers, Tchaikovsky’s glorious score and a cast of fantastical characters – prepare your imagination and hearts to be captivated by the Sleeping Beauty.
📍 425 Dingxiang Road // 丁香路425号
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