SHANGHAI CULTURAL FESTIVAL
The Incredible! Acrobats of China is hosting the Annual Shanghai Cultural Festival. Once again, this year, For Our 21th Season in Branson We Present the Award-Winning JINAN ACROBATIC TROUPE. Join us for this spectacular celebration of the music and art of Shanghai and then watch our Acrobats of China Show at the Yakov's Theatre in Branson MO.
Coming on 2019
After the Show: Exciting Prize Giveaway
(Grand Prize: 1 year cell phone service*, 2nd Prize: $100 Gift Card, 3rd Prize: $50 Gift Card)
Friendly Meet & Greet with our Cast
Meet Our Artist
Li Lei – Artist
Li Lei Born in Shanghai, graduated from China Academy of Art. Deputy director of research department of Shanghai Artists' Association, chief editor of “Shanghai Art”, deputy secretary-general of Shanghai Young Artists' Association. Mainly engaged in traditional Chinese painting and artology research
Yiting Ying - Erhu Player
Yi ting Ying is an Erhu player of Shanghai Chinese Orchestra. She was the 3rd price winner of The 3rd Cultural Art School Awards in 2008; 3rd price winner ofThe 7th Golden Bell Erhu Competition in 2009; the 2nd price winner of The 8th Golden Bell Erhu Competition in 2011. As a matured soloist, she had premiered a piece, Erhu Rhapsody No.4, by well-known Chinese composer Jian ming Wang at the He Lu ting Concert Hall in October 2009. Yi ting enrolled in Shanghai Music Middle School affiliated to Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 2002 with remarkable performance. She started studying Erhu with Chun yuan Chen since 5 years old till present. She had achieved advanced techniques and showed off musical potential at very young age. She was trained professionally in both technical and musical aspects. Her interpretation is natural and imaginative.
Liqing Yin – Photographer
Photographer, 33 year old Liqing Yin, is renowned for photography of his native Shanghai. Liqing Yin studied Arts and Technology in the School of Art Design at the Shanghai University of Engineering Science and photography and editor training which was taught by Reuters in the School of Journalism and Communication of Tsinghua University. He is a photo journalist for the Shanghai Morning Post and is an associate photographer for Reuters-China. Mr. Yin’s current assignments include working as an interviewer for Daily reports, and major event planning and political new for the Shanghai Morning Post. He is a member of the prestigious Shanghai Photographers Association. In 2011, Mr. Liqing Yin’s exhibition entitled “Sea Vitality” was awarded the Golden Prize in Daily life in the Second Shanghai Youth Photography Art Exhibition. In 2012 Mr. Yin placed first in the Top 10 National Professional Photography in 2102. In 2013 Mr. Yin was awarded the Bronze Medal for his photograph “The most beautiful water view in my heart. Mr. Liqing Yin will share and discuss some of his award winning work in the lobby prior to the show.
Zhu Ying – Suona Player
Zhu Ying, the director of Chinese Suona Committee, the member of Chinese Liuqin Association as well as the member of Shanghai Musician Society, was born and grew up in the musician family. She learned from her father how to play the Suona when she was even a child. As one of a few students directly taught by Ren Tong-xiang, the grand master of Suona, Zhu Ying won many prizes in Shanghai traditional Chinese music competitions. Zhu Ying was admitted into the Middle School affiliated to Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 1998 and since that time she had been taught by Professor Liu Ying until she graduated from Shanghai Conservatory of Music as a top student with excellent records.
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