It’s a night of mysterious magnificence as the Masquerade Ball comes to the Bund on October 21, featuring a night of grandeur, elegance, and class. Happening in the evening, the glittery ball will entertain with music, dancers, and games at Char bar with panoramic, unobstructed riverside views of Shanghai’s dazzling skyline. Come decked in your best (gowns or cocktail dresses for ladies, tuxedos, suits, or formal attire for men) to stand a chance at winning prizes such as best dressed. Masks will be provided for all guests to get everyone in the spirit.
📍 585 No.2 East Zhongshan Road | 中山东二路585号
On Sunday, Oct. 21st GermanEvents will be hosting their 4th “Craft & Farmers Market” in Jing’an. Expect over 30 vendors offering food, drinks, crafts, design and many fresh local and handmade products! There will also be bouncing castle & DIY courses to entertain the little ones, adoption day for our furry friends, live music and much much more!
📍 537 Haifang Road | 海防路537号
Balanchine’s style has been described as neoclassic, a reaction to the Romantic anti-classicism, (which had turned into exaggerated theatricality) that was the prevailing style in Russian and European ballet when he had begun to dance. As a choreographer, Balanchine generally de-emphasized plot in his ballets, preferring to let “dance be the star of the show.”
📍 300 Renmin Avenue | 人民大道300号
With the main focus on showcasing talented young choreographers and dancers from Taiwan, Cloud Gate 2 was formed in 1999 by Lin Hwai-min. In 2014, choreographer Cheng Tsung-lung succeeding Lo Man-fei, its founding director, was appointed as the artistic director. Cloud Gate 2 has been acclaimed in venues and festivals worldwide, including Fall for Dance Festival and the Joyce Theater in New York; Sadler’s Wells in London; Internationale Tanzmesse NRW in Düsseldorf; Esplanade-Theatres on the Bay in Singapore; and major cities in China.
📍 425 Dingxiang Road | 丁香路425号
Tosca is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. The power of its score and the inventiveness of its orchestration have been widely acknowledged. The dramatic force of Tosca and its characters continues to fascinate both performers and audiences, and the work remains one of the most frequently performed operas. Many recordings of the work have been issued, both of studio and live performances.
📍 1222 Pingxingguan Road | 平型关路1222号
One of the catchiest, breeziest bands you’ll hear. Cero play chic, sophisticated Japanese “city pop” with a touch of funk, soul and RnB.
📍 230 Ruiping Road | 瑞平路230号
In this African fairytale dance, acting, puppet theatre and African as well as European music are all used to tell the story. Theatro Piccolo added instrumental parts and final editing. The powerful ensemble IYASA from Zimbabwe composed and sung the music for this piece. It is suitable for children as well as adults. It’s funny, touching and always flows with a certain sense of humour. The piece teaches people that they must share, they must not be greedy and that it’s not the size that makes you better than others.
📍 388 West Nanjing Road | 南京西路388号
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