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Cultural feast at Concert Hall
     2016-May-9  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Various shows will be staged at the Shenzhen Concert Hall this month.

    On May 11, Hong Kong-born cellist Trey Lee will collaborate with Italian pianist Bruno Canino to present Beethoven’s “12 Variations on ‘See the Conqu’ring Hero Comes’ WoO 45,” Chopin’s “Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op. 65,” Schumann’s “Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70,” Janacek’s “Fairy Tale” and Piazzolla’s “Le Grand Tango.”

    Lee has won major international competitions, including first prize at the International Antonio Janigro Cello Competition (2004). Prior to winning the Antonio Janigro competition, he has won major prizes at New York’s Naumburg and Helsinki’s Paulo International Competitions.

    Collaborating with EMI, Lee has released several albums and was a featured soloist on the original EMI-released soundtrack recording for the German-Taiwan-Hong Kong co-produced film “The Drummer,” which was in competition at the Sundance Film Festival.

    Canino, 81, has an international reputation as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist. Among those with whom he has appeared are the violinists Itzhak Perlman, Salvatore Accardo and cellist Rocco Filippini. From 1999 to 2001, he was music director of the Biennale di Venezia.

    Chinese pianist Yuan Fang will collaborate with the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra to present Berlioz’s “Fantastical Symphony” and Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” on May 13.

    Yuan is regarded as a rising star on the local piano landscape. He is a student of Dan Zhaoyi, a well-known piano teacher based in Shenzhen. After studying at Shenzhen Buxin Primary School, Yuan was enrolled in the middle school affiliated with the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. She studied there for four years with Lang Lang, who has since become an internationally acclaimed pianist. From 2001 to 2008, Yuan studied piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich. After studying abroad, she came back to work as a teacher at the Central Conservatory of Music.

    American music group Naturally 7 will present a night of a cappella May 21. The band has a distinct a cappella style. They simulate the sounds of an instrumental band using only their voices, mouths and distortion effects.

    French boys’ choir The Little Singers of Paris will sing May 27. It has its origins in 1907 in Paris, moved to Lyon during the Second World War, but moved back to Paris. It has toured widely around the world.

    Lightwire Theater from the United States will present electroluminescent lighting show “Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey” on May 28.

    Marvin the mouse wants to be popular. Constantly bullied and picked on by the “cool” rats, he is labeled as a loser and a geek. As respite from the continuous badgering, Marvin retreats into his science books and a world of fantasy. He longs to have adventures and to be the hero. Join Marvin on the space adventure of a lifetime: a trip to the surface of the moon on his homemade rocket, where he meets a strange cast of misfit creatures, learns of infinite peril and views awesome beauty. Will Marvin make his dreams come true and experience the glory and acceptance he craves?

    Free concerts will greet local music fans Sunday afternoons. Free tickets can be claimed at szyyt.com

    Seven young pianists from home and abroad will give a performance May 15. These players have won awards and proven their skill at music competitions.

    There will be a solo concert by bass singer Cui Zongshun on May 22. One of the top 10 bass and baritone singers in China, Cui will perform folk songs as well as excerpts from operas. A graduate of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Cui trained with maestro Tom Kraus in Germany. He also earned a performing art diploma at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He has toured Europe, America and Asia.

    The last performance comes May 29. A group of young musicians will perform symphony pieces for audience members. With all members below the age of 20, the 280 players are trained by the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra.

    Times: 8 p.m., May 11 (Trey Lee), 13 (Yuan Fang), 21 (Naturally 7), 27 (The Little Singers of Paris), 28 (“Moon Mouse”)

    Reservations: 400-610-3721

    Venue: Shenzhen Concert Hall, intersection of Hongli Road and Yitian Road, Futian District (福田区红荔路和益田路交汇处深圳音乐厅)

    Metro: Longhua or Longgang Line, Children’s Palace Station (少年宫站), Exit D(SD News)

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