Name of Concert Address & Date 
Beijing Concert Hall Liubukou, Bei Xinhua Jie 6605-7006 Concerts Start at 7:30p.m. unless otherwise Noted.
Piano Solo Concert by Famous Viennese Pianist
Piano Solo Concert of Chopin and Bach (Feb.18, 2p.m.)
Tchaikovshy's Opera Eugene Onegin
Performed by Central Symphonic Orchestra
(Feb. 23)
Stairway to Music 2001 -Symphony Concert (Feb.24, 2 p.m.) 
Chamber Music Concert  (Feb.25, 2 p.m.) 
The Forbidden City Concert Hall Concerts Start at 7:30p.m. Unless otherwise stated.6559-8285
Great Traditional Symphony Concert No. 1  (Feb.16)
Great Traditional Symphony Concert No. 2 (Feb. 17)
Symphony Concert by Beijing Symphony Orchestra  (Feb. 23)
Prometheus eethoven Piano Trio Concert  (Feb.24, 2 p.m.)
Beijing International Art Palace Art Salon 2nd Floor, Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, 
Salon Opera Rigoletto  (Feb.24)
Salon Folk Music Concert (Feb.25)
Concerts of Classics by the Masters ioloncello Concerto Performances  48 Wangfujing Avenue 6513-3388 ext. 1209 (March.9)
Salon Opera ((LaTraviata))  (Mar.10)
Piano Classics Concert  (Mar.24)
Salon Chamber Music Concert-Violin Solo (Mar.25)
Salon Concert -Cello Performance by Zhao Yunpeng (Mar.30)
Poly Plaza International Theater 14 Dongzhimen Nandajie, Chaoyang District 6500-1188 ext.5126 6506-5345
Concert by Central Philharmonic Orchestra (Feb.18, Feb. 19, 8 p.m.,Feb. 25, 7 p.m.)
Concert by Mullova Group  (Feb. 27, 7:30 p.m.)

Viktoria Mullova & the "Through the Looking Glass"

China Debut Concert with special guest Julian Joseph.

Sarah Brightman Will Make Her China Debut in the Great Hall of the People 

(April 2001)

The Great Hall of the People, West Side of the Tian'anmen Square Reservations: Tel: (8610) 6608-1188
Admission: RMB800, RMB600, RMB400, RMB300, RMB260 and RMB180.

Beijing Night Show

The first half of the three-hour show begins with a banquet of exquisite Chinese delicacies from different eras of Chinese history. Audiences are treated to dishes such as thick soup of goose from the Shang Dynasty and roast pig of the Chun Qiu period while, onstage, musicians play traditional Chinese instruments.

Rarely does one see dancers so beautifully costumed, and so obviously enjoying the choreography they have to perform, the whole enhanced by enchanting music and clever sound effects. The creators of the Beijing Night Show wisely ruled out any dialogue, thus short- circuiting language;barrier headaches that non-Chinese speakers often run into at cultural events.

No.1 Dayabao Hutong, Dongcheng District Nightly, 6:30 p.m.-9:15 p.m.
Reservations: Tel; (8610) 6527-2814, 6603-7255, 6607-3265, fax: 6527-2815
Admission: Standard, RMB500; VIP, RMB600; Private room w/box, RMB1,000 per person for group of six and eight, all including dinner. Credit cards accepted.

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