“Where East Meets West” Exhibition – extended to February 24, 2013

UBC Asian Library, Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver and B.C. Chinese Music Association are pleased to announce that their collaborated exhibition, Where East Meets West: An Exhibition of Mid-20th Century Cantonese Musical Instruments in Vancouver, has been extended to February 24, 2013.

To coincide with the exhibition, curator Alan Lau will be giving two talks in January on Chinese opera and Cantonese music.  Both talks will be in Chinese and please see details below.

The exhibition is located at Chinese Cultural Centre Museum (555 Columbia Street, Vancouver) and is open Tuesday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Closed on Mondays and holidays).  Admission: $3/adult, $2/senior or student, free for children under six and Tuesdays by donation.

For question about the exhibition please contact Chinese Cultural Centre Museum at 604-658-8880.

Curator’s Talk (in Chinese)

Place: Chinese Cultural Centre Museum (555 Columbia Street, Vancouver)

Saturday, January 5th 2:00pm
Ten Thousand Flowers – the Kaleidoscopic World of Chinese Opera

Saturday, January 19th 1:00pm
The Great Harmony of Music

中文講座  (由展覽策劃人劉嘉麟先生主講, Tina Ho 示範)

地點:中華文化中心文物館 (溫哥華哥倫比亞街555號)

2013年1月5日(六) 下午2:00  《姹紫嫣紅 - 千變萬化的中國戲曲》

2013年1月19日(六)  下午1:00  《音樂大同》
這次講座將從多元文化角度, 透過亞洲各國帶有中國元素和影響的音樂 (如日韓雅樂), 重塑中國音樂史, 窺探當中種種的文化合流, 展望中國音樂的發展與未來

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