National Center for the Performing Arts, Beijing
Date/Heure: jeudi, 19 juillet 2012, 19:30
Lieu: National Center for the Performing Arts, Beijing
The Flower Girl is about the tragic story of Huani (flower girl), whose father and mother, brother and sister had to, from generation to generation, work for the landlord on a long-term basis in order to pay off two buckets of millet, demonstrating troubled destiny of the nation under the occupation of the Japanese Imperialists and the idea that the only way to liberate he nation would be revolution.
The opera has been more than 1400 times in more than 30 years domestically as well has in the former Soviet Union, France, Italy, Germany, Algeria, Japan and other countries. Besides, it has visited China many times with shows in Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Wuhan and other cities, receiving warm welcome.
The opera, with its profound philosophical, ideological and artistic achievement, has been among the greatest masterpieces of world operas.
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