2020 Chinese Lunar New Year Gala Night
Sydney Town Hall – 28 Jan 2020 7:30PM
Happy Chinese New Year, a world well acclaimed Chinese official event brand with many well-known Chinese performers direct from China and Australia will celebrate Year of Rat 2020 in Sydney from this January.
This year, enjoy a stunning gala night combining traditional and contemporary arts from east and west.
The performance is being held to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year 2020 blending dance, singing, music, acrobatics and martial arts with the leading performers direct from China and Australia. Pop stars and classic culture artists come together delivering a sensational modern performance not to be missed. This phenomenal production takes you on an incredible journey from the starting point of the legendary “Silk Road” of Shaanxi, highlighting the traditional through to the modern cultures of today.
“Don’t miss out on this wonderful night of celebration with family and friends”
Sydney Town Hall
Tuesday 28 January 2020, 7:30PM
Prices from $38Book Ticket
Ren Yong, being identified as the first-class opera performer in China, is also the art director of Shaanxi Opera and Dance Theatre. He has performed in many countries including France, Italy, Korea and Hong Kong. He has also issued a number of scholar articles while he was in Shaanxi.
Liu Xiaojie, a performer of Shaanxi Song and Dance Theatre, is also the director of Beilin Musical Dramatists Association. Liu has represented Shaanxi Province to perform in a number of South-East Asian countries. Liu has also been invited to perform on many television shows and opening ceremonies in China.
He Zhen is the member of Shaanxi Opera Association, performer of the Shaanxi Opera and Dance Theatre. He graduated from the Central Conservatorium of Music in China and has performed in various large-scale performances worldwide. His performance has been highly recognised in China which made him the award winner for a number of performing awards.
Li Tao is a professional athlete in China. He has obtained many awards for his excellence in Chinese martial arts.
Liu Xin, Erhu Soloist is currently the Deputy Chief of Shaanxi Opera and Dance and the member of China National Orchestra Association. She has been highly recognised for her unique Erhu performing style and technique.
Li Qian, Master of ceremony, is the ambassador of Northwest Cultural Communication and a young performer of Shaanxi Opera and Dance Theater. Li has years of experience in hosting many large-scale performances like the Silk Road International Art Festival, the Silk Road World Expo in 2019 and the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army themed performance.
Victoria Lambourn, Mezzo Soprano, has been described as “one of Australia’s brightest young opera stars”*. A regular soloist with Opera Australia, she has also performed in operas and concerts in Germany, England, Italy, Japan, Indonesia and China, where her concerts have been broadcast on national television. Her recordings appear on several CDs released by ABC Classics.