BTHVN 250: Joy & Jubilation by Cao Peng and SCSO
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BTHVN 250: Joy & Jubilation by Cao Peng and SCSO

Venue:
Shanghai Oriental Art Center - Concert Hall
425 Dingxiang Road, near Century Avenue Pudong Shanghai
Date:
12/13/2020
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BTHVN 250: Joy & Jubilation by Cao Peng and SCSO
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BTHVN 250: Joy & Jubilation by Cao Peng and SCSO

12/13/2020
Shanghai Oriental Art Center - Concert Hall
425 Dingxiang Road, near Century Avenue Pudong Shanghai
180 - 480
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PROGRAM

Beethoven
Fidelio Overture
Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. 1
(Violin:Sha Xiaocao)
Symphony No. 5 in C minor
(Conductor:Song Jiaming)
Symphony No. 9 in d minor: Ode to Joy

Program is subject to change 

Cao Peng
Cao Peng is one of the most distinguished conductors in China. He was born in Jiangyin, Jiangsu in 1925. In 1946, he entered the Arts Department of Shandong University. In 1950 he was principal conductor of both the Shanghai Film Studio Orchestra and the Beijing Film Studio Orchestra. In 1955, he went to Russia to study at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory under the celebrated conductor Leo Ginsberg. Cao Peng was appointed resident conductor of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra after his return in 1961. He is now artistic director and principal conductor of the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, artistic director of the Marco Polo Symphony Orchestra, music advisor and resident conductor of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, and music director and principal conductor of the Shanghai Chamber Orchestra.

Song Jiaming(宋家明)

Xia Xiaocao(夏小曹)

Xiao Xinyi(肖昕怡)

Sun Yifan(孙懿凡)

Li Runzhe(李润哲)

Chen Jiongran(陈炯然)

The Shanghai City Symphony Orchestra is China's only non-profit amateur orchestra, a member of the World Federation of Amateur Orchestras (WFAO). The orchestra was established in 2005 by octogenarian conductor Cao Peng, under the supervision of the Cao Peng Music Center. The intention of the orchestra is to provide a free and accessible platform for the spread of classical music in Shanghai and the rest of China. Unlike other orchestras in China, the orchestra operates on a no-profit basis, bringing together both foreign and native Chinese musicians living in Shanghai to rehearse for national and international performances. It has several youth orchestras, but also, under the direction of Cao Peng’s daughter, Cao Xiaoxia, has begun in the last two years an initiative for an orchestra for the autistic, a world first.

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Date: Sunday, December 13 @ 19:30

There is no age limit but children under 1 meter are not allowed into the venue.


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BTHVN 250: Joy & Jubilation by Cao Peng and SCSO

Venue:
Shanghai Oriental Art Center - Concert Hall
425 Dingxiang Road, near Century Avenue Pudong Shanghai
Date:
12/13/2020
This ticket is only available as a paper ticket
After you have joined the waiting list, you will be notified if tickets become available via SMS.