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22 to 28 Oct - 2010 Shanghai World Expo Promotion Week 2008 / 10 / 20
Watercolour Workshop (Autumn 2008, Class A / B) Fully Occupied 2008 / 10 / 20
5 Oct to 2 Nov - 22nd Macau International Music Festival 2008 / 10 / 17
Every year the Macau International Music Festival attracts internationally renowned artists from all over the world to Macau. This year's programme features opera, orchestral and chamber music, and Chinese folk music, in yet another dynamic encounter between East and West.
Children Art Courses (Autumn 2008, Class C / D, Portuguese & English) Fully Occupied 2008 / 10 / 17
Pedro Giraudo Jazz Orchestra (USA) 2008 / 10 / 17
28 Sep to 18 Oct - 'Speech of Strokes' Exhibition 2008 / 10 / 16
18 Oct - Amy Marshall Dance Company Launches Local Talent 2008 / 10 / 15
The New York-based Amy Marshall Dance Company (AMDC) this month stages "Fire of the Dove", depicting the trial of Joan of Arc, "Unharvested", which deals with love and untimely loss, "Homeland", and a study on the intricacies of a musical score entitled "Duet" in Macau.
The Macao Chinese Orchestra 2008 / 10 / 15
“The Golden Lotus Flower” from Macao Psalms and Excerpts from The Bewitching Braid are two world premieres, commissioned from renowned Chinese composers Tang Jianping and Guan Naizhong. This brand new music is brought to life by the Macao Chinese Orchestra in a truly one-of-a-kind concert.
Sleepers: whose side is the law on? 2008 / 10 / 15
In January The Art Newspaper revealed that an item catalogued by Lawrences auctioneers in Somerset as a 19th-century French claret jug, with an estimate of £100-£200, had sold at auction to an anonymous buyer for £220,000. Reports quickly followed that the purchaser believed the “jug” to be an 11th-century Fatimid ewer with a market value significantly greater than the hammer price. Specialist dealers described the find as the “Holy Grail” and possibly the biggest “sleeper” ever to appear on the Islamic art market.
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (Canada) 2008 / 10 / 14
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