Sunday Salon: Gao Can

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The Bookworm (书虫) , Gongti Bei Lu Sun 14 Oct

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Welcome back to the fall season of Sunday Salon, an interactive lecture series that takes you behind the music of China. 

This month music critic Sam Su, music promoter Zhang Kexin and Time Out Beijing/Shanghai’s Classical and Performance editor Nancy Pellegrini are proud to welcome back violinist Gao Can, arguably China’s most respected and fastest rising young soloist. 

He excelled at the Michael Hill and Alberto Curci competitions, has appeared with the Houston Symphony Orchestra, recorded film soundtracks and collaborated with Lang Lang and Yuja Wang, among others. 

This month he plays works by Belgian composer/musician and ‘King of Violin’ Eugène-Auguste Ysaye (1858-1931), known as the world’s first modern violinist. Come discover two great violinists!
Date: Sun 14 Oct
Time: 7:30pm-on
Event admission: 30RMB; 20RMB (with October issue of Time Out)
Venue name: The Bookworm (书虫)
Open: 9am-midnight daily
English address: Inside Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu, Chaoyang district
Chinese address: 朝阳区工体北路4号院
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