Art beat: Shanghai

Updated: 2013-01-11 11:55

(China Daily)

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Night of Beethoven

Shanghai Symphony will give a concert under the baton of Lu Jia, presenting Symphony No 4 in B Major and Piano Concerto No 4 in G Major by Beethoven. On the piano will be young musician Zhang Haochen, winner of 2009 Van Cliburn Competition.

7:30 pm, Jan 19. Shanghai

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 Concert Hall, 523 Yan'an Road East, Shanghai. 021-6386-2836.

Listening to poetry

Ouyang Jianghe is a poet, academic and music critic. He will share with readers his new poem collection, The Phoenix, which combines the narrative of ancient fairy tales with reconstruction of modern panorama. This is the first of a series of poetry readings to be held at Minsheng Museum.

2 pm, Jan 20. Minsheng Museum of Modern Art, Building F, 570 Huaihai Road W Shanghai. 021-6282-8729.

Artists galore

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Time is money 

Shanghai Oil Painting and Sculpture Institute is showcasing about 140 art works from 18 artists. Instead of focusing on large-size projects with particular themes, the exhibition reflects the artists' aesthetic and artistic exploration. The show provides a glimpse of the artists' creating process, ideas and capabilities.

9 am-5pm, until Feb 21. Shanghai Oil Painting and Sculpture Institute, 111 Jinzhu Road, Changning district, Shanghai. 021-6275-9930.

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