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                    EYESHENZHEN  /   Art

                    Musical, Bach cello at Bay Opera

                    Writer: Cao Zhen  |  Editor: Vincent Lin  |  From: Shenzhen Daily  |  Updated: 2021-10-27

                    ‘The Devil’

                    The Chinese musical “The Devil” based on Goethe’s classic drama “Faust” will be staged. In the story, the stockbroker Faust experiences a financial storm. He signs a contract with the X-darkness and gradually loses his heart. With the help of X-light and the erosion of X-darkness, a good and evil contest about degradation and hope is launched.

                    Director Wang Tingting said the rock music in the musical is very appealing, and she considers the theme of the production inspiring to people in modern cities. “You want to get close to X-light, but some society rules might push you to the side of X-darkness and question your morality and desire,” she said in an earlier interview. “How will a new player in a society choose his or her life path? This kind of discussion into humanity is not often seen in many domestic musicals.”

                    Wang said China's opening-up and development have always been closely linked to the world, and China will continue to share new opportunities with the world, work with other countries to implement the Global Development Initiative, and continue to promote the construction of a global community of development with a shared future.‘The Devil’

                    The Chinese musical “The Devil” based on Goethe’s classic drama “Faust” will be staged. In the story, the stockbroker Faust experiences a financial storm. He signs a contract with the X-darkness and gradually loses his heart. With the help of X-light and the erosion of X-darkness, a good and evil contest about degradation and hope is launched.

                    Director Wang Tingting said the rock music in the musical is very appealing, and she considers the theme of the production inspiring to people in modern cities. “You want to get close to X-light, but some society rules might push you to the side of X-darkness and question your morality and desire,” she said in an earlier interview. “How will a new player in a society choose his or her life path? This kind of discussion into humanity is not often seen in many domestic musicals.”

                    “The Devil” gathers a group of popular actors like Liu Lingfei, Jia Fan and Ye Qisheng. Multimedia and other visual designs deliver a striking stage presentation.

                    Time: 8 p.m., Oct. 28-29

                    Tickets: 180-880 yuan


                    Bach cello suites

                    Chinese cellist Yang Meng will play Bach’s “Cello Suites, BWV 1007-1012” this weekend. The suites for unaccompanied cello are some of the most frequently performed solo compositions ever written for cello. As Bach left no musical annotations in the score, the magic of the cello suites lies in the interpretive skill of the performer, making each performance a unique treasure.

                    Time: 8 p.m., Oct. 30; 3 p.m., Oct. 31

                    Tickets: 50-299 yuan


                    Booking: WeChat account “深圳濱海演藝中心”

                    Venue: Bay Opera of Shenzhen, Bao’an District (寶安區深圳濱海演藝中心)

                    Metro: Line 5 to Baohua Station (寶華站), Exit A

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