SIP offers fantastic multicultural experiences

SIP’s consistent endeavor in cultural opening-up is facilitating the fusion of diversified Chinese and foreign cultural elements in the area. This enables SIP to offer fantastic multicultural experiences.

There are events throughout the year to introduce traditional and modern Chinese culture and art to foreigners and offer local residents chances to experience the charm and essence of authentic foreign culture and art.

For example, iSING! Suzhou International Young Artists Festival is held annually for young artists from around the globe to learn to perform Chinese music works in Chinese and interact with Chinese artists and audiences. Jinji Lake Art Festival, another annual event in SIP, gathers a host of Chinese and overseas artists each year to give wonderful performances like musicals, operas and dramas and share their artistic concepts.

Apart from that, Suzhou Culture and Arts Centre never fails to amaze its audiences with elaborately selected art performances given by top-notch domestic and overseas artists....[MORE]

3.jpg American musical Chicago tours to SIP
Chicago, the longest-running American musical in Broadway history, was staged at Suzhou Culture and Arts Centre, SIP from Dec 19 to 22, offering Suzhou citizens a good chance to savor the charm and essence of the indisputable Broadway landmark. [MORE]
5.jpg Ukrainian art exhibition kicks off in SIP
The “Horizon of Convergence” Ukraine Contemporary Art Exhibition kicked off at Jinji Lake Art Museum, SIP on Dec 14, and will last till Feb 28, 2020. It brings together over 50 painting, photography, sculpture, installation and video works by 10 Ukrainian artists.[MORE]
6.jpg SBT restages Coppelia
Suzhou Ballet Theatre (SBT) restaged its ballet Coppelia from Dec 14 to 16. Coppelia is an adaption from a comic ballet of the same name which, premiered in Paris in 1870, has remained one of the best-loved classical works in the ballet repertory. The SBT version of Coppelia was produced in 2011 and last performed in 2014.[MORE]