Three Shows Bring NZ Unique Music to China

New Zealand, a land mixing European tradition and colonial Maori culture, has benefited from both fresh air and a stylish brand of music. This September and October, three troupes from this nation will entertain the public with the joy of the unique music in Guangzhou Opera House.


Kapa Haka of New Horizons by The National Band of New Zealand and Kapa Haka Group

Time: 2014/9/12(Friday) 8:00 p.m.

Venue: Opera Hall

Ticket: RMB 80 180 280 380 480 680


The National Band's wide variety of music appeals to all ages and musical tastes and has thrilled millions of listeners and won rave notices from top critics. Kapa Haka is commonly used to describe modern day performances of traditional and contemporary Maori song and dance. The kapa can be performed by any number of people.


The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra Concert 

Time: 2014/10/7 (Tuesday)3:00 p.m. 
Venue: Experimental Theater 
Ticket: RMB 80 180 280 

The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra is an entertainment tour-de-force from the South Pacific, an infectious group of talented performers rockin‘ the four-string with a charming seagger and delicious style. Delighting crowds of all ages, the orchestra's signature sound features eleven ukuleles, a double bass and a choir of lovely voices performing harmonious and hilarious renditions of modern and traditional tunes.

Musical Island Boys - a cappella Concert 

Time: 2014/10/10 (Friday) 8:00 p.m. 
Venue: Experimental Theater 
Ticket: RMB 80 180 280 

The Musical Island Boys are a capella quartet, who combine harmonic excellence with the class and elegance of their Pacific roots, delivering high-energy performances to audiences worldwide. Their talent for entertaining and inspiring internationally with their soaring harmony is backed by a rock solid foundation of over 50 years of combined, real-world experience as International performers. 

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