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FEATURE EVENT                                            

Treasures of the Nation

By The Chinese Music Orchestra of China National Opera & Dance Drama Theater (CNODDT)

Time and Date:   7:30pm, 20 Feb 2016 (Saturday)
Venue:          City Recital Hall
Duration:     100 minutes, no intervals
Entry:           Tickets prices vary from $58 - $98, additional fees may apply.

Treasures of the Nation is a transcendent experience that merges the traditional with the contemporary. Performed by the Chinese Music Orchestra and conducted by Xia Hong, they will be making their Australia debut in the Chinese New Year Concert 2016. The prestigious Chinese Music Orchestra will present their repertoire of popular instrumental pieces in soaring melodies. Join us to discover a whole new world of music, stunning visuals and virtuosity.

Tickets and information at the City Recital Hall Website.


Special Events                                                      

Chamber Music 
By Traditional Chinese Musicians

Date & Time:  2pm, 15 Feb 2016 (Monday)
Duration: 40 minutes
Venue: Westfield Parramatta

Five highly renowned master instrumentalists from China performing in Westfield Shopping Centre to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The Program will have a cross cultural approach including contemporary Chinese works and Australian chamber music.

Treasures of the Nation

CNY Concert 2016 in Adelaide

Date & Time:  7:30pm, 18 Feb 2016                                (Thursday)
Venue: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide

Prices: Adult tickets from $39.00

The Chinese Music Orchestra will be performing in Adelaide on 18th Februrary. Don't miss the refreshing opportunity of traditional Chinese music with a contemporary twist.
Buy tickets now from Adelaide Festival Centre.


Happy Chinese New Year
A Hands-on Experience of Chinese
New Year

Date:   9 Jan - 24 Feb 2016 
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney 
Entry:   Free
Chinese New Year - "Guonian", is the passing of the year according to the Lunar calendar. This exhibition will bring you the Chinese New Year atmosphere with interactive activities of Chinese traditions. 


Stories of Life
Contemporary Chinese Art Exhibition 

Date:  5 Feb - 2 Apr 2016 
Venue: Artspace Gallery, Adelaide
Entry:   Free

As Chinese society changes rapidly, many contemporary Chinese artists make relentless efforts to express the daily life of the Chinese people. With the artistic creations originating from the artists’ own personal and spiritual experiences, we learn from their unique, vivid stories of life in contemporary China.  Read More
The Grandmaster

Date&Time:  6pm, 15 Jan 2016 (Friday)
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney 
Duration: 130 min
Entry: Free
  To Reserve

The Grandmaster (2013) is a Hong Kong-Chinese martial art drama film based on the life story of Wing Chun grandmaster – Ip Man. Ip Man’s peaceful life in Foshan changes after Gong Yutian seeks an heir for his family in Southern China...

Special Offers                                                      

The Ink Story
FREE Chinese Ink Painting Workshop

Date & Time:  2:30pm - 4:30pm,
                     23 Jan, 2016 (Saturday)

Venue:  China Cultural Centre in Sydney

Traditional Chinese ink painting is done with a tapered brush dipped in ink, compound and water, then painted on delicate rice paper. CCC is offering 4 FREE sessions for participants with minimal experience. 

For details and registration, please visit Eventbrite.

Let's Tai Chi
FREE Tai Chi Experience Workshop
Date & Time:  10am - 12pm,
                      30 Jan 2016 (Saturday)

Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney

Tai Chi is a form traditional Chinese martial art, but nowadays it is practiced mostly for health purposes. In January, CCC will be running 2 FREE workshops to those who wants to try this mild, yet benefitial exercise to improve their lifestyles.

For details and registration, please visit Eventbrite. 

Traditional Chinese
Ink Painting Class for Beginners 

Date & Time: 10am-12pm, Saturdays
5 Dec - 27 Feb (except 26 Dec, 2 Jan, 6 Feb) 
10 sessions in total
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney 

This course is for students with minimum 
experience, allowing them to learn how to 
handle the Chinese painting brush with ink 
and colour,to execute brush strokes 
professionally and to develop skills to 
draw different subject.c
Tai Chi and Qi Gong Practice Course

Date & Time: 2:30-4:30pm, Saturdays
9 Jan - 5 Mar (excluding 6 Feb holiday) 
8 sessions in total 
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney 


Now you are able to experience the best of 
both Tai Chi and Qi Gong at China Cultural 
Centre in Sydney. These sessions are designed
for people with no prior experience and those 
looking for low intensity fitness training to keep
fit, improve their health and general wellbeing.    
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