Moonlight - Haydn Symphony Works Concert

Shanghai Symphony Hall
Jun 15, 2019

Oboe Concerto in C Major, Hob.VIIg: C1
Horn Concerto No.1 in D major, Hob.Vlld:1
Symphony No. 104 in D major, Hob.1: 104

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Conductor: Zhang Chengjie
Oboe: Goh Tzuming
French Horn: Shvedchikov Vadim

Joseph Haydn, known as “the father of the symphony”, is an outstanding representative of Viennese Classical School. He was adept at extending a simple music theme into a grand structure with powerful and rich music colors. Shanghai Opera House will introduce Haydn Symphony Works Concert to commemorate the 210th Anniversary of his death. The programme includes various genres, such as a sci-fi style opera overture, concerti showcasing the versatility of woodwind and brass instruments, as well as his last symphonic work London.

Dvorak Symphony Works Concert

Shanghai Grand Theatre - Lyric Theatre
May 11, 2019

Carnival Overture, Op.92
Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104, B. 191
Symphony No.9 in E minor, ‘From the New World’, Op.95

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Conductor: Zhang Guoyong
Cello: Wang Jian

Wang Jian, a cellist named ‘outstanding young artist’ by Musical America Magazine, combines refined qualities of oriental literati with strong chivalrous characters at heart. He has performed in over 30 countries and has music fans all over the world. In 2019 he will collaborate with the Shanghai Opera House Orchestra for the first time under the baton of Zhang Guoyong. The programme consists of three most influential works composed by Dvorak, the representative figure of Czech nationalism, when he was teaching and acting as the director of the National Conservatory of Music of America in New York City.

Fantastique - Berlioz Symphony Works Concert

Shanghai Symphony Hall
Apr 27, 2019

Roman Carnival – Overture, Op.9
La Damnation de Faust, Op.24
Benvenuto Cellini - Overture
Symphonie Fantastique, Op.14

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Conductor: Lin Yousheng

Hector Louis Berlioz is one of the representatives of French romanticism. Roman Roland wrote biographies for only two musicians in his life: Beethoven and Berlioz. Berlioz developed the program music to a new height. 150 years after Berlioz’s death, Shanghai Opera House will showcase the dashing and creative innovations of this genius French composer through his best-known pieces, allowing the audiences to appreciate the unique charm of his work.

Greatest Hits Of The US Tour

He Luting Concert Hall
Mar 31, 2019

G. Verdi: Nabucco - Overture
D. Shostakovich: Symphony No.5 in D minor, II. Allegretto,Op.47
He Zhanhao/Chen Gang: Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto VII. Adagio Cantabile
S. Rachmaninoff: Symphony No.2 in E minor, Op.27

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Conductor: Zhang Chengjie
Violin: Chen Yangyuetong

Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra will tour to North America at the beginning of 2019. Within one and a half months, the Orchestra will tour to 22 cities covering 14 states in eastern and middle areas of the US, making this the longest and most intensive international tour in the history of the Orchestra. This concert features pieces selected from the exciting repertories played during Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra's US tour, showcasing the orchestra's solid artistic expression ability to handle various musical styles.


2019 U.S. Concert Tour

Program A
Verdi: La forza del destino– Overture
Yellow River Piano Concerto
Dvorak: Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95

Program B
Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor Op. 23
Rachmaninoff: Symphony No.2 in E minorOp.27

Program C
Verdi: Nabucco - Overture
Sibelius :Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
OR Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto
Shostakovich: Symphony No.5 in D minor Op.47

Program D
Rossini: Ilbarbiere di Siviglia - Overture
Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major, Op.35
OR Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto
Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique Op.14

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Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra will make its debut in North America at the beginning of 2019. Within one and a half months, the Orchestra will tour to 22 cities covering 14 states in eastern and middle areas of the US, making this the longest and most intensive international tour in the history of the SOH. The concert programmes include classic Chinese symphonic works such as Piano Concerto The Yellow River and Violin Concerto Butterfly Lovers; classical favourites from across the world such as Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique; overtures from well-known Italian operas including La forza del destino, Il barbiere di Siviglia, etc.


2019 New Year’s Concert

Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre

Dec 30, 2018
Grieg: Peer Gynt - Suites 1 and 2
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte -‘Der Hölle Rache’
Delibes: Lakme -‘Où va la jeune Hindoue?’ (the Bell Song)
Offenbach: Les Contes D’Hoffmann - ‘Les Oiseaux Dans La Charmille’ (Doll Song)
Puccini: Gianni Schicchi - Lauretta aria ‘O mio babbino caro’
Puccini: La Boheme -“Musetta’s waltz”
Bizet: L’Arlesienne - Suites 1 and 2

Dec 31, 2018
Beethoven Symphony No.9 (Arr. Mahler)

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New Year’ s Concert co-presented by the Shanghai Opera House and the Shanghai Grand Theatre will again meet the audience in the end of year 2018 as expected. This year the guest conductor will be Neeme Järvi, an Estonian-American conductor who’s considered as one of the most distinguished conductors in today’s classical music world. Before becoming the Artistic and Musical Director of Orchestra de la Suisse Romande, he worked as Principal Conductor and Music Director for the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. To celebrate the New Year in Shanghai, Neeme Järvi will cooperate with the Shanghai Opera House to present the most popular excerpts from classic opera works, as well as Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with Gustav Mahler’s orchestration.


2018 New Year’s Concert

Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre


Dec 30, 2017 Viennese Night

Otto Nicolai: “Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor ”-Overture

Franz Schubert: “Symphony No. 3” in D Major, D. 200

Franz von Suppé: “Leichte Cavallerie” -Overture

Johann Strauss II: “Reiter-Marsch”

Johann Strauss II: “Aus den Bergen”, Walzer

Johann Strauss II: “Csárdás” (selected from Ritter Pazman)

Joseph Strauss: “Frauenherz”, Polka – Mazurka

Dec 31, 2017 Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 in D Minor

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Conductor: Franz Welser-Möst
Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

On the occasion of New Year’s celebration, Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra will present the New Year’s Concert at Shanghai Grand Theatre. The audiences will feast their eyes on Viennese Night and Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 which are under the baton of Austrian conductor Franz Welser-Möst.

Viennese Night elaborately selects classical repertoires form the operas composed by maestros including Otto Nicolai, Franz Schubert, Franz von Suppé, Johann Strauss II and Joseph Strauss. The Symphony No.9 in D minor is the final complete symphony composed by Ludwig van Beethoven and it is widely viewed by critics as one of Beethoven’s greatest works.

Let us enjoy the upcoming music gala presented by both domestic and foreign artists.

Bustling Chinese New Year

Cartoon Film & Symphonic Concert


Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre


Jin Fuzai: “The Snow Kid”

Jin Fuzai: “Schunck and Betta”

Zheng Fang: “Dirty King”

Cai Lu: “Black Cat Detective”

Jin Fuzai, Dong Weijie: “Lotus Lantern”

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Conductor: Zhang Chengjie
Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

On the fifth day of 2018 lunar new year, Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra will bring audiences the Cartoon Film & Symphonic Concert themed on “Childhood Memory”. By then, audiences will appreciate the very familiar theme songs of our favorite animated cartoons in our childhood. Coupled with the rendering of multimedia technology, the concert would help us to afresh the children’s innocence and happiness, while carrying forward our Chinese culture.

Two Americans

Commemorating the 120th Anniversary of G. Gershwin’s Birth & the 110th Anniversary of L. Anderson’s Birth

2018 / 04 / 20

He Luting Concert Hall


G. Gershwin: “Symphonic Poem: An American In Paris”

                     “Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra”

                     “I. Allegro”

                     “II. Adagio, Andante con moto”

                     “III. Allegro agitato”

L. Anderson: “Sleigh Ride”

                     “Jazz Pizzicato”

                     “Bugler's Holiday”

                     “The Typewriter”

                     “Forgotten Dreams”

                     “Clarinet Candy”

                     “The Syncopated Clock”

                     “Horse and Buggy”

                     “Fiddle Faddle”

                     “Blue Tango”

                     “Plink, Plank, Plunk”

                     “Chicken Reel”

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Conductor: Lin Yousheng
Piano: Sun Yingdi
Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony orchestral

Year 2018 marks the 120th anniversary of American composer G. Gershwin and the 110th anniversary of L. Anderson. The symphony is aiming to conduct a music dialogue between the two maestros over-the-air. American composer and pianist George Gershwin’s compositions spanned both popular and classical genres, and his most popular melodies are widely known. Leroy Anderson was an American composer of short, light concert pieces who was once described as “one of the great American masters of light orchestral music”. The melodies of the two musicians of different styles will flow onto Chinese stage.

Tan Lihua & Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

Symphonic Concert


Shanghai Concert Hall


Fang Kejie: “Reba Dance Music”

Hummel: “Trumpet Concerto in E Flat Major”

Alexander Borodin: “Symphony No 2”

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Conductor: Tan Lihua
Trumpet Solo: Lucienne Renaodin Vary
Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

Highly acclaimed conductor Tan Lihua will conduct his initial cooperation with musicians from Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra.

Mr. Tan once said, “Symphony can make people learn goodness, pursue new things, and it also provides people a new platform and open a door for them to chase bright and beautiful things.”

The symphony will present wonderful pieces of both classicism and national romantic style for audiences. Let us enjoy the boundless charm of concertos and symphonies.

Don Quixote

Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company


Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre

Director: Frédéric Olivieri

Choreography: Rudolf Nureyev

Choreographic supervision: Florence Clerc

Music: Ludwig Minkus

Orchestration and music arrangement: John Lanchbery

Conductor: David Coleman

Performed by Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company

Accompanied by Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

Der fliegende Holländer

Theater Erfurt & Shanghai Opera house


Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre

Music/Libretto by:Richard Wagner

Conductor:Xu Zhong

Stage Director:Guy Montavon

Set Designer:Hank Irwin Kittel

Chorus Master:Thomas Eitler

Vocal Coach:Alessandro Amoretti


Holländer:Todd Thomas

Senta:Katrin Adel

Daland:Kakhaber Shavidze

Erik:Yu Haolei

Mary:Wang Xiaoxi

Steuermann:Zheng Yao

Chorus:Theater Erfurt Chorus & Shanghai Opera House Chorus

Orchestra:Theater Erfurt Orchestra & Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

Winds And Drum Rock The World

Robert W. Smith Symphony Concert


Shanghai Concert Hall


“Where the Black Hawk Soars”

“Into the Storm”


“The Isle of Calypso”

“Through the Vulcan’s Eye”

“Songs of Sailor and Sea”

“The Divine Comedy”

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Conductor: Lin Yousheng
Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

Winds and Drum Rock the World is a series of Winds Symphony Concert. It was first introduced to audiences in 2014, and new series in 2015,2016 achieved great success as well. We have accumulated strength for the upcoming symphony concert, and we believe it will achieve big success.

The symphony will present works of American composer Robert▪W▪Smith, which would be a feast for the ears’ of those wind music fans.

All Balanchine

New York City Ballet


Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre

Conductor: Andrew Litton

Accompanied by Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra



Choreography: George Balanchine

Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Stravinsky Violin Concerto

Choreography: George Balanchine

Music: Igor Stravinsky

Swan Lake(One Act)

Choreography: George Balanchine after Lev Ivanov

Music: Pyotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky

The Sleeping Beauty

The Australian Ballet


Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre

Choreography:Marius Petipa

Production & Additional Choreography:David McAllister

Music:Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Costume & Set Design:Gabriela Tylesova

Design Associate:Kat Chan

Dramaturge: Lucas Jervies

Lighting Design:Jon Buswell

Conductor:Nicolette Fraillon

Performed by The Australian Ballet

Accompanied by Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

2017 New Year’s Concert

Co-production by Shanghai Grand Theatre and Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra


Lyric Theatre

Conductor: Daniel Oren


2016 / 12 / 30 19:15 Opera Gala Concert

2016 / 12 / 31 19:15 Beethoven’s Symphony No.9

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2016 / 12 / 30 19:15 Opera Gala Concert
Solo: Valeria Sepe, Chi Liming, Zhang Feng
Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

2016 / 12 / 31 19:15 Beethoven’s Symphony No.9
Soprano: Valeria Sepe
Mezzo Soprano: Jia Wenxuan
Tenor: Han Peng
Baritone: Yang Xiaoyong
Chorus: Shanghai Opera Chorus
Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

On the occasion of New Year’s celebration, Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra and Shanghai Grand Theatre will jointly present the New Year’s Concert. Famous conductor Daniel Oren, together with Italian Soprano Valeria Sepe and singers and musicians from Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra, will bring the audience Opera Gala Concert and Beethoven’s Symphony No.9.

Opera Gala Concert elaborately select familiar arias from the operas created by composers including Verdi, Puccini, Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, etc. There will be various artistic styles presented in the concert, such as Solo and Ensemble.

The Symphony No. 9 in d minor is Ludwig van Beethoven's final complete symphony. It is almost universally considered as one of Beethoven’s greatest works, and many consider it one of the greatest compositions in the western musical canon. The Symphony No.9 is a well presentation of Beethoven’s life philosophy and eulogizes the struggle for freedom and pursuit of justice and love. Let’s enjoy the wonderful music night together with the Chinese and foreign artists to celebrate the coming of the New Year.

Dialogue among the principles

String Quartet Concert

2017 / 03 / 04 19:30

Shanghai Concert Hall


SDvorak:String Quartet No.12 in F Major, Op.96 “American”

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First Violin | Chen Yangyuetong

Second Violin | Shi Wei

Viola | Liu Mo

Cello | Wang Mengyu

In contrast to orchestral music, chamber music is performed by a small number of performers, with one performer to a part. Each part is relatively independent and personalized. Playing chamber music requires special skills, both musical and social. Without the conductor on site, musicians have to be highly cooperated and interdependent. The composition of chamber music is usually more elaborate, the combination of instruments is more meticulous, while the expressions of emotion are delicate.

The 2nd Session for this season’s Chamber Music Concert is a special concert for String Quartet. The String Quartet is one of the most prominent chamber ensembles in classical music, with most major composers writing string quartets. The writer of string quartets must perforce concentrate on the bare bones of musical logic. Thus, in many ways the string quartet is pre-eminently the dialectical form of instrumental music, the one most naturally suited to the activity of logical disputation and philosophical enquiry. In the 21st century String Quartet remains an important and refined musical form.

In Memory of MauriceRavel

2017 / 03 / 10 19:30

Shanghai Concert Hall


Ma merel'Oye


Tzigane, rapsodie de concert,

for Violin & Orchestra

Daphnis et Chloe Suite No.2

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Conductor | Lin Yousheng

Violin | Tao Le

Orchestra | Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

Joseph Maurice Ravel (7 March 1875 – 28 December 1937) was a French composer. He is often associated with impressionism, although he rejected the term. His music is very structured, texture clear, exquisite, and also humorous. Every details in his work are carefully crafted and deliberately polished.

In fact, apart from Debussy, Ravel was also affected by romanticism composers such as Chabrier and Sarti, Russian “Powerful Group” composers, oriental arts and the artistic style like French symbolism poems and Impressionist paintings. Just as what he said, “Strictly, I’m not a modern composer, because my music is rather an evolution than revolution…”

Ravel was known as a master of orchestration. He minutely studied the ability of each orchestral instrument to determine its potential, putting its individual colour and timbre to maximum use. The concert will present Ravel’s most representative creations in various fields and demonstrate “dazzling array of instrumental colour”.

Richard Straussmeets Mahler

Symphony Concert

2017/05/26 19:30

Shanghai Concert Hall


Richard Strauss:

Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche TrV 171 Op.28

Richard Strauss :

VierLetzte Lieder TrV 296

Mahler :Symphony No.4 in G Major

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Conductors | Zhang Guoyong

Soprano | Song Yuanming

Orchestra | Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

From late 19th century to early 20th century, two European musicians are especially remarkable, Gustav Mahler and Richard Georg Strauss.

Till EulenspiegelslustigeStreiche is one of Strauss’s most famous tone poems. It chronicles the misadventures and pranks of the German peasant folk hero Till Eulenspiegel. VierLetzte Lieder for soprano and orchestra are the final completed works of Richard Strauss, composed in 1948 when the composer was 84. The work has been published for many versions, but was seldom performed on domestic stage. The concert provides a rare opportunity for the audiences to enjoy the live performance.

Symphony No.4 in G Major by Gustav Mahler has been evaluated by many scholars as the best symphony of Mahler. The reason is that not only the form of composition is purely classical, but also the timbre disposal technique of instruments is fascinating. Symphony No.4 in G Major incorporates a song originally written in 1892.The song is called "Das himmlischeLeben" and presents a child's vision of heaven.

It’s also worth mentioning that the last two pieces are extremely high demanding for the soprano, considering the wide diapason, delicate but tension voice and precise control of emotion.

Carnival of the Animals

Children's Concert

2017/05/31-6/1 19:30

Shanghai Concert Hall


Sergei Prokofiev:

Symphonic Fairy Tale - Peter and The Wolf Op.67

Saint-Saens:Carnival of the Animals

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Conductor | Lin Yousheng

Piano | Song Siheng / GuJieting

Orchestra | Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

Children are always happy when they are with the animals. However, in city life, seldom do they have the opportunities to get in touch with the animals. For this year’s Children’s Day, Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra will elaborately prepare an “Animal Carnival” for the families. Let’s enjoy the music of animals.

Young pianists Song Siheng and GuJieting will be on stage for the concert. Both of them are dedicated in exploring the multi-media concerts for these years and have already received good response.

What’s more, child actors will also be on stage, and dance with the music. That will be the most joyful and colorful concert you’ve ever seen!

Will Humburg & Anna Tsybuleva

Closing Performance of Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra Season 2016/2017

Symphonic Chorus Concert

2017 / 07 / 09 19:15

Shanghai Grand Theater


Tchaikovsky:Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor Op.23

Brahms:Schicksalslied Op.54

Bernstein:Chichester Psalms

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Conductor:Will Humburg

Piano:Anna Tsybuleva

Chorus:Shanghai Opera Chorus

Orchestra:Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

The closing concert of Season 2016-17 has highlights on both the program and the artists.

The Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor was composed by Tchaikovsky. It is among the best known of piano concertos.

The Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny) is one of several major choral works written by Johannes Brahms and considered as one of his best choral works. Chichester Psalms is a choral work by Leonard Bernstein. Although it is a religious work with ecumenical spirit, it brilliantly demonstrates the musical temperament and emotional tug of Bernstein.

The conductor for the closing concert is Will Humburg. He has worked on many great productions on the international stage, such as Wagner's Ring cycle, Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg, Don Carlos, Tristan und Isolde, etc. Let’s wait and see what will happen when Will meets Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra.

Winds and Drum Rock the World

Alfred Reed’s Concert

2017 / 12 / 3 19:30

Shanghai Concert Hall


Alfred Reed:"The Hounds of Spring"-Overture

                    "Symphonic Prelude"

                    "Second Suite for Band"

                    "Son Montuno"

                    "Sargasso Serenade"-Tango


                    "A La Corrida"- Paso Double

                    "Armenian Dances"(Part I/Part II)

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Conductor:Lin Yousheng

Orchestra:Shanghai Opera Chorus

Composer, arranger, conductor and editor, Alfred Reed’s life was intertwined with music almost from birth in New York City on January 25th, 1921. Dr. Reed was one of America's most prolific and frequently performed composers, with more than two hundred published works for concert band, wind ensemble, orchestra, chorus, and chamber ensemble to his name.

  • Respighi / Rome Trilogy

    2016/03/12 19:30

    Shanghai Concert Hall

    Conductor:Lin Yousheng

    Orchestra:Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra


    Fontane di Roma,

    I: La fontana di Valle Giulia all'alba at dawn

    II: La fontana del Tritone al mattino in the morning

    III: La fontana di Trevi al meriggio at noon

    Pini di Roma,

    I: I pini di Villa Borghese

    II: I pini presso una catacomba

    III: I pini del Gianicolo

    IV: I pini della Via Appia

    Feste romane

    I: Circenses

    II: Giubileo

    III: L'Ottobrata

    IV: L'Ottobrata

  • Super Mozart

    2014/05/31-6/1 19:30

    Shanghai Concert Hall

    Conductor:Zhang Chengjie

    Flute:Hyeri Yoon


    Opera “La Clemeza di Tito” Overture

    Flute Concerto in G Major

    Ⅰ.Allegro maestoso

    Ⅱ.Adagio non troppo

    Ⅲ.Rondo(Tempo di menuetto)

    Symphonies No.41 in C Major "Jupiter"

    Ⅰ.Allegro vivace

    Ⅱ.Andante cantabile

    Ⅲ.Menuetto:Allegretto & Trio

    Ⅳ.Molto allegro

  • Greetings from Germany

    2014/02/21 19:30

    Conductor:Zhang Guoyong

    Clarinet:Zhao Chao


    Brahms:Academic Festival Overture Op.80 

    Weber:Clarinet Concertos Nos.2 in E Flat Major Op.74

    Brahms:Symphony No.2 in D major Op. 73

  • Tao Le Violin Recital

    2014/03/28 19:30

    Shanghai Concert Hall

    Conductor:Lin Yousheng

    Guest:Cai Jingjing/Zhang Lu/Wu Shuting/Zhang Jinru/Zhang Runyin (in program order)


    Shostakovich:Trio for Piano,Violin and Viloncello no.2 in E minor(The 3nd/4th movement)

    Prokofiev:Violin concerto No.2 in g minor Op.63

    Vivaldi:Concerto for four violins in b minor RV580(The 1st/3rd movement)

    Ralo:Smphonie Espagnole in d minor(The 1st movement) Op.21Bruch:Scottish Fantasy Op. 46

  • Souls Never Surrender

    Shostakovich - Symphony No.5

    2016/06/12 19:30

    Shanghai Concert Hall

    Conductor:Zhang Guoyong

    Violin:Tao Le

    Orchestra:Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra


    Shostakovich:Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op. 47

    Moderato—Allegro non troppo



    Allegro non troppo

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  • Das Lied von der Erde

    Gustav Mahler,1860


    Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde

    Der Einsame im Herbst

    Von der Jugend

    Von der Schonheit

    Der Trunkene im Fruhling

    Der Abschied

  • Rimsky-Korsakov`s 170th Anniversary Concert

    2014/03/14 19:30

    Shanghai Concert Hall

    Conductor:Lin Yousheng

    Orchestra:Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra


    Russian Easter Festival Overture Op.36

    Capriccio Espagnol Op.34

    Scheherazade Op.35

  • Program

    Appalachian Overture Op. 51 

    Golden Festival Overture Op. 95

    Alvamar Overture Op. 45

    Fanfares and Alleluias Op. 88

    Second Symphony Op. 44

    Ⅰ Elegia

    Ⅱ Variazioni

    Ⅲ Finale

  • Trio Concert

    2015/11/12 19:30

    Shanghai Concert Hall

    Violin:Tao Le

    Cello: Cai Jingjing

    Piano / Conductor:Zhang Chengjie


    Chopin:Introduction & Polonaise Brillante Op3

    Cello:Cai Jingjing

    Piano:Zhang Chengjie

    Chen Gang:Morning in Hmong Mountains

    Violin:Tao Le


    Violin:Tao Le

    Piano:Zhang Chengjie

    A. N.Scriabin:No5 Piano Sonata in F sharp Op.53

    Piano: Zhang Chengjie

    Beethoven:Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Piano in C Major Op.56

    Violin:Tao Le

    Cello:Cai Jingjing

    Piano / Conductor:Zhang Chengjie

    Orchestra: Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra

  • Beethoven Concert

    2014/10/17 20:00

    Shanghai Concert Hall

    Conductor:Zhang Yi

    Orchestra:Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra


    Symphony No.6 in F Major Op.68

    Movment I:Allegro ma non troppo (Awakening of Cheerful Feelings upon Arrival in the Country)

    Movment II:Andante Molto mosso (Scene by the Brook)

    Movment III:Allegro (Merry Gathering of Country Folk)

    Movment IV:Allegro (Thunderstorm)

    Movment V:Allegretto (Shepherd's Song, Happy and Thankful Feelings after the Storm)

    Symphony No.7 in A Major Op.92

    Movment I:Poco sostenuto-Vivace

    Movment II:Allegretto

    Movment III:Presto


    Movment IV:Allegro con brio

    Choral Fantasia in c Minor Op.80

  • The Carnival Of The Animals


    Mother Goose Suite

    Joseph-Maurice Ravel

    Pavane of the Sleeping Beauty

    Tom Thumb

    Laideronnette, Empress of the Pagodas

    Conversations of Beauty and the Beast

    The Fairy Garde

    Children's Corner


    Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum

    Jimbo's Lullaby

    Serenade for the Doll

    The Snow is Dancing

    The Little Shepherd

    Golliwogg's Cake-Walk

    The Pupil In Magic

    Paul Dukas

    The Carnival Of The Animals


    Royal March of the Lion

    Hens and Cocks

    Wild Asses


    The elephants


    The Aquarium

    Persons with Long Ears

    Cuckoo in the Heart of the Wood

    The Aviary



    The Swan


  • Back
Aida-Gran Finale Ⅱ-Le truppe Egizie
Cavaliera Rusticana-Intermezzo
La Forza del Destino-Overture
Les saisons Op.37b, January:By the Fireside
Symphony No.9 in D minor
Tchaikovsky: Valse Sentimentale, Op.51, No.6
Tchaikovsky:Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor Op.23
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