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New Concerts to Be Unveiled for June in Beijing

Jun 05, 2024

Beijing  2024.06.12 - 2024.06.21

Music enthusiasts, get ready for a line-up of brilliant performances heating up the capital this summer! Check the details below to find whether your favorite artists have announced their gigs in Beijing!

"The Big Big Show" 2024 Concert by Karen Mok

Time: 19:00 on June 15
Venue: The National Stadium (Bird's Nest)
Transcending three decades of the mandopop music industry, Karen Mok will present a one-night-only spectacle at the Bird's Nest on June 15! Don't miss out on this chance!

"Holiness and Glory" Concert by Alexandrov Red Army Choir from Russia

Time: June 12-16
Venue: Opera House of the National Centre for the Performing Arts
Alexandrov Red Army Choir was established in 1928. Renowned for its exceptional artistic standards, diverse performance repertoire and vibrant national characteristics, it enjoys a reputation as one of the world's most esteemed army song and dance ensembles.

Oskar Roman Jezior's Piano Solo Recital in Beijing

Time: 19:30 on June 21
Venue: Beijing Concert Hall
Jezior will present a music feast that seamlessly blends eastern and western musical elements and brims with creativity and passion. Whether you're a music aficionado, a cinephile, or simply eager to immerse yourself in the enchanting fusion of Eastern and Western cultures, this event is not to be missed!

"Playing the Piano 'Again'" Piano Duo Concert Dedicated to Ryuichi Sakamoto

Time: 19:30 on June 13
Venue: Wukesong Musicfans Art Space - Urban Theatre
At this piano duo concert featuring the works of Ryuichi Sakamoto, young pianists will perform the world-renowned compositions of this new music master, bringing healing melodies to this bustling city through their innovative piano dual performances.
Which performance are you most expecting to watch this June? Let us know your feedback in the comment session!
(Source: Official WeChat account of Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism)
Source: BeijingService

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