The Shanghai Restoration Project Live in NYC, March 7

New York City! Our good friend Dave Liang of the Shanghai Restoration Project, who blends Chinese culture with hip hop and electronic music, will be performing a free live show this Thursday, March 7 at the World Financial Center Winter Garden. The performance renowned Shanghai singer Zhang Le, as well as Dave's supercool beats. Here are some more details about the show:

Shanghai Restoration Project Live in NYC

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Brookfield Place Winter Garden
220 Vesey Street near World Trade Center
New York, NY 10281

Performance starts promptly at 7 pm!

NOTE: Show is FREE and does not require tickets

The Shanghai Restoration Project blends Chinese culture, hip-hop, and electronic music with stunning visuals to create a wholly unique multi-media performance. Emmy-winning producer Dave Liang and collaborator Jamahl Richardson take listeners on a sonic journey through the city, evoking its infectious energy with a beat-driven, interactive show that draws its creative inspiration from old 1930s Shanghai jazz bands. The set showcases a diverse repertoire of music accompanied by projected artwork and footage of Shanghai from leading Chinese visual artists. This performance will also feature the renowned Shanghai singer Zhang Le, described by Oscar and Grammy winning composer Tan Dun as "a rising young star with a remarkable gift."

Curated by THE OFFICE performing arts + film, CultureStream events combine live performance with thought-provoking visuals screened on the Winter Garden’s Big TV to stimulate the senses and open the mind.
It's free! For further details about the show, go to the Brookfield Place website or refer to the Facebook event. And for more info on Dave's music, head over to the Shanghai Restoration Project website.

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