Where: Kung Fu Komedy Club, 4/F, 1 Xiangyang Bei Lu (near Julu Lu) 襄阳北路1号4楼 (近巨鹿路)
When: Jan 12-13
How Much: RMB100 early bird, RMB170 pre-sale, RMB200 at the door
Combining street smarts, wit, and charm Dwayne Perkins stood out in the Boston comedy scene and was touted as one of the best newcomer comedians. Now splitting his time between stand-up comedy in LA, Boston, and New York, he also starred in two independent movies: Barstow 2008 and The Gristle. He will be making Shanghai laugh at Kung Fu Komedy Club this month, early bird tickets are RMB100 and available here.
Where: Shanghai Oriental Art Center, 425 Dingxiang Lu (near Century Avenue) 丁香路425号 (近世纪大道)
When: Jan 20
How Much: RMB50-80
Get ready for a night of beautiful compositions. When the Shanghai Broadcasting Orchestra merged with Shanghai Film Orchestra in 1996, the outcome was Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra. They will be performing Schubert’s "Symphony No.4 in C Minor", Liqing Yang’s "Elegy for Erhu and Orchestra", and more at Shanghai Oriental Art Center. Self proclaimed ‘passive conductor’ and artistic director of the Shanghai Traditional Music Orchestra, Wan Yongji will be the conductor. This concert is a must-see for anyone who enjoys classical music. The concert starts at 10pm, RMB50-80 for tickets. Tickets are available now.
Where: Shanghai Culture Square, 597 Fuxing Zhong Lu (near Maoming Nan Lu) 复兴中路597号 (近茂名南路)
When: Through Jan 21
How Much: RMB200-1,000
Using both original compositions along with existing Mozart music, Mozart, L'Opera Rock is the story of the famed composer’s life beginning at the age of 17. Upon it’s opening in France in 2009 the musical caused quite the stir thanks to dramatic set design, over 400 lavish costumes, and a riveting soundtrack featuring 12 pop-rock songs created especially for the stage. The beginning of the show starts off by showcasing the early struggles of Mozart, who at first fails to make a living during a time when German and Austrian operas and music were not widely respected. From there, the play takes theater-goers on a journey through Mozart’s path to becoming one of the world’s most well-known musical composers, all the way up to his untimely death at age 35. Don’t miss out, get your tickets today.
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