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Orchestra 2001 coming to Shanghai Symphony Hall

Date:May 4, 2016


Tickets:180-380 yuan

Add:Shanghai Symphony Hall, 1380 Fuxing Rd M.



Orchestra 2001, also called O2001, will give a concert at Shanghai Symphony Hall on May 4. The program will include Samuel Barber’s “Canzone,” George Crumb’s “Dream Sequence,” Andrew Rudin’s “Discourse and Consolation” and Wen Deqing’s “The Shepherd Boy’s Flute.” Orchestra 2001 is dedicated to performing and promoting the music of the 20th and 21st centuries, premiering new works, providing a major focus for the best new music of our time, introducing unknown older works, and reaching out to regional and international audiences. Founded in 1988, Orchestra 2001 is the pre-eminent interpreter of the music of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer George Crumb. It has shared Crumb’s music worldwide with performances in Denmark, England, and Slovenia, at the Soundwaves Festival in Russia, the Salzburg Festival in Austria, the Havana Festival of Contemporary Music in Cuba, and at the Beijing Modern Music Festival.

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