Lecture:Beijing Opera

Lecture:Beijing Opera


Lecture:Beijing Opera

Beijing Opera, also called "Eastern Opera," is a principle tradition in Chinese culture. It is called Beijing Opera because it is formed in Beijing. Beijing Opera has a history of 200 years in which its fountainhead can be dated back to old local operas, especially Anhui Opera, which was very popular in northern China in the 18th century. Beijing accumulated many local operas, which made Anhui improve quickly.
At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, after merging for 10 years, Beijing Opera finally formed, and became the biggest of all operas in China. Beijing Opera has a rich list of plays, artists, troupes, audiences, and wide influences, making it the foremost opera in China.

When: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. Jun 18th (Thursday)

Where: CLE classroom
Jianwai SOHO Building 9, Room 605 (6th floor)
(39# Dong San Huan Zhong Lu,Chaoyang District,Beijing)

Free for all!
Please sign up in 1 day advance

Tel:5869 5800
Email: info@chinaledu.com



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