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Source:Global Times Published: 2014-11-18 16:48:01



Modern Turkish Food & Wine Pairing

Wine and food lovers are invited to an upcoming Turkish wine and food pairing dinner at Turkish restaurant Pasha, a modern, relaxed restaurant located in the heart of downtown Shanghai. The dinner features an authentic wine list and a unique and eclectic menu. Well-selected wines are expertly paired with different Turkish dishes. The featured wines include sparkling Altin Kopuk Brut for a cocktail reception, white wines Ancyra Muscat 2012 and Egeo Chardonnay 2012, and reds Kocabag Kalecik Karasi 2012 and Pendore Bogazkere 2010.

Date: November 27, 7 pm to 10:30 pm

Venue: Pasha Restaurant


Address: 262 Nanchang Road


Admission: All you can drink and eat for 350 yuan per person

Please reserve your ticket with Chuck at chuck@evercohol.com or call Pasha at 6472-8113

Visit http://vino-esotico.com/detail_events.php?id=46 for more information

On Stage

Christmas Choral Fantasy - Organ and Choir Concert

Shanghai Philharmonic Symphony Choir was established in July, 2013. Their recent activities include collaborating with the famous Polish soundtrack master Preisner at the French film Red, White and Blue concert in the MISA festival and performing at 2013 Video Games Live, a concert themed after World of Warcraft which created a big stir this summer. Born in 1969, Thorsten Maeder specializes in conducting, organ and piano. Maeder is a laureate of international competitions and performs regular concerts in Germany and many others countries. He has been invited to perform in South America, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and China.

Date: December 24, 7:30 pm

Venue: Shanghai Oriental Art Center 上海东方艺术中心

Address: 425 Dingxiang Road


Tickets: 80 yuan to 380 yuan

Call 6854-1234 for more detailed information

Jane Eyre

Adapted from English writer Charlotte Brontë's classic novel Jane Eyre, the stage play of the same name is directed by China's leading theater director Wang Xiaoying. The play is one of the most important theater productions of the National Theatre of China in recent years. It premiered in 2009, and has been critically acclaimed. This will be the third time it's been staged in Shanghai. The lead role is performed by the award-winning actress Yuan Quan.

Date: December 12 to 14, 7:15 pm

Venue: Shanghai Oriental Art Center 上海东方艺术中心

Address: 425 Dingxiang Road


Tickets: 80 yuan to 1,280 yuan

Call 6854-1234 for details

Shum Kin-wai Piano Recital

Hong Kong-born pianist Shum Kin-wai is the first Chinese prizewinner (fourth prize, 2007) in the Schubert International Piano Competition in Dortmund, Germany. His other awards also include a third prizewinner in the Hilton Head International Piano Competition in 1999 and an audience favorite prize in the New Orleans International Piano Competition in 2008. As a pianist, as well as having numerous solo and duo recitals in Hong Kong, Shum also performed overseas, like in the Sarasota Music Festival (Florida, the US) and also in the Casalmaggiore Music Festival (Italy). For this Shanghai recital, he will play the works from Schubert, Liszt and Sergey Prokofiev.

Date: Friday, 7:30 pm

Venue: Shanghai Oriental Art Center 上海东方艺术中心

Address: 425 Dingxiang Road


Tickets: 80 yuan to 380 yuan

Call 6854-1234 for more detailed


German Musical Elisabeth

The German musical Elisabeth will come to Shanghai for the first time. Its popularity in German-language countries rivals that of Cats in English-speaking countries. Produced by the Vereinigte Bühnen Wien (VBW) in 1992, Elisabeth portrays the turbulent life and death of a Bavarian girl named Elisabeth, who is also known as Sisi after her engagement with Emperor Franz Joseph I in Austria. Caught in a golden cage, Elisabeth feels restrained by the strict rules of the court, making her want to break free. She then begins a relationship with the personification of Death. The musical has been translated into seven languages and seen by over 10 million people from 11 countries around the world, making it the most successful German-language musical of all time. The version staged in Shanghai will star Italian musical actress Roberta Valentini as Elisabeth and German musical tenor Mark Seibert in the role of Death. Performed in German with Chinese & English subtitles.

Date: December 9 to January 11, 7:15 pm

Venue: Shanghai Culture Square


Address: 597 Fuxing Road Middle


Tickets: 80 yuan to 1,180 yuan

Call 6472-9000 for more detailed information

Hamlet by TNT Theatre

Hamlet is perhaps one of the most fascinating plays in the world. It is a play which can be regarded as a complex and frustrating mix of different traditions, beliefs and source material. And Prince Hamlet's own problems are those of our audience. Founded in 1980 in the UK, TNT Theatre has established itself as one of the most popular international touring theater companies in the world. TNT Theatre has won many awards at the Munich Biennale, the Edinburgh Festival, the Tehran Festival and also from the government of Singapore. Aiming to integrate all the performing arts, the TNT productions always include a specially commissioned score by a leading composer. The director always works with a choreographer and the actors are often chosen for their ability to cross the disciplines of theater, music and dance.

Date: December 12 to 14, 7:30 pm

Venue: Lyceum Theatre


Address: 57 Maoming Road South 茂名南路57号

Tickets: 80 yuan to 380 yuan

Call 6217-8530 for more detailed information


Pictures of Anything

For Brazilian artist Vik Muniz, anything can become art, be it sugar, soil, ketchup, or even junk, as long as one makes it meaningful. Muniz is known for arranging unconventional materials to reproduce iconic images from art history, scenic spots and other sources, which he then photographs, including Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio's The Creation of Adam. Many of these photos can be seen at an exhibition entitled Pictures of Anything, currently being held at Long Museum.

Date: Until Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm (closed Mondays)

Venue: Long Museum (West Bund) 龙美术馆西岸馆

Address: 3398 Longteng Avenue


Admission: 50 yuan

Call 6422-7636 for more detailed information

Jeffrey Shaw and Hu Jieming Twofold Solo Exhibition

Jeffrey Shaw and Hu Jieming twofold solo exhibition focuses on these two artists who have both developed individual approaches to new media art, and contributed each in their own way to the practice and context of this new art form as we experience it today. Jeffrey Shaw is a leading figure in new media art and has been active since its emergence from the performance, expanded cinema, and installation paradigms of the 1960s, to its present day technology-informed and virtualized forms. Set out as a twofold solo exhibition, the Chronus Art Center simultaneously presents a new art piece by Hu Jieming: Tai Chi with Prelude. This has been created not only as a response to the influence of Hu's old master, but also to Hu's own artistic achievements over the past years. Constantly concerned with subjects such as time, human history, and cultural memory, Hu intended to illuminate the boundaries between the "passing-by" and "going-on" and by doing so he set viewers free from the chronological way of seeing historical events, onto a more accidental reconstruction.

Date: Until November 28, 11 am to 6 pm (closed Mondays)

Venue: Chronus Art Center


Address: Bldg 18, 50 Moganshan Road 莫干山路50号18号楼

Admission: Free

Call 5271-5789 for details

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