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“雪佛兰2017天地世界音乐节”盛大启幕

(2017年9月6日,上海讯)今年的十一“黄金周”期间,“雪佛兰2017天地世界音乐节”将再一次把来自世界的好声音带到全国各地!9月6日,在瑞虹天地月亮湾,由中国新天地携手上海世界音乐季倾力打造的年度音乐盛典——“雪佛兰2017天地世界音乐节”宣布正式启幕,一场震撼人心的世界音乐狂欢登陆在即。由上汽通用雪佛兰品牌全程独家冠名赞助的天地世界音乐节,再次刷新记录,跨越4个城市,邀请来自18个国家及地区的24支大师级团队带来57场演出,以历年最强阵容、最大规模带来视听盛宴,突破传统与现代、民族与流行的跨界融合,为音乐爱好者带来卓尔不群的艺术文化体验。

▀ 最强阵容、最大规模,带你聆听世界好声音
9月23日至10月7日期间,24支大师级团队将分别在上海新天地、虹桥天地、创智天地、瑞虹天地、武汉天地、岭南天地、重庆天地、新虹桥中心花园、上海大剧院登场,用来自世界各地、极具民族性多元化的音乐,带着观众的耳朵去旅行。这是 “天地世界音乐节”诞生后阵容最强、规模最大的一次,延续多地联动、共享世界好音乐的氛围,打造和引领都市生活的生活方式。
在演出阵容上,本次音乐节邀请到了诸多首次来华表演、动听的非物质音乐文化遗产加盟,包括欧美最受瞩目和追捧的乌克兰先锋民谣代表达卡布拉卡(Dakhabrakha),德国唱片评论大奖获得者雷诺加西亚三重奏(Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio),国际古乐届声名远播的希腊国宝级乐队安荷达斯乐队(En Chordais Ensemble),欧洲大热的迷幻沙漠布鲁斯、Rough Trade年度百大唱片大奖获得团队伊玛尔汗(Imarhan)等享誉国际的大师级世界音乐艺术家。此外,“音乐才子”李泉、“吴韵一哥”高博文等中国艺术家也将同台献艺,将中国传统音乐与流行、世界音乐跨界以全新面貌呈现。24支来自全球18个国家及地区的乐队,将在黄金周期间以跨界、混搭等形式突破、创新,在呈现各国文化的同时,带来令人耳目一新的音乐作品和体验。
延续了提供丰富多元、多层次文化艺术体验的一贯主张,此次2017天地世界音乐节将音乐延伸至舞台之外,为大家带来形式多样的线下活动。世界音乐工作坊为观众带来“美国蓝草音乐和传统方块舞工作坊”、“西非竖琴-科拉琴工作坊“,打造一个可以全方位亲身感受世界多元音乐文化的乌托邦;世界音乐快闪也将用非洲鼓”突袭“现场,让观众更近距离地接触和感受音乐的独特魅力;更有音乐与游戏亲子工作坊、乐器手工体验、音乐市集等丰富多彩的内容,使音乐与观众突破距离,在公共空间中一同融入艺术带来的快乐。

▀ 打造原创音乐IP,引领城市艺术文化生活音
作为国内最大的以“世界音乐“为主题的音乐节,“天地世界音乐节”由上海世界音乐季与中国新天地联合出品,致力于成为中国最高品质、有情怀的世界音乐盛会。上海世界音乐季连续10年始终坚持推广“世界音乐”文化,在为全国音乐爱好者呈上遍及世界各地的声音的同时,也为来自世界各个角落动听的非物质文化遗产提供国际水准的展示舞台。秉承引领中国城市艺术人文新风尚的不断追求,中国新天地连续6年为公众带来独特的世界音乐视听盛宴,通过具有国际视野的、先锋精神的艺术人文活动,打造具有“天地Style”的原创IP,让市民公众与天地项目之间建立起更深层次的文化关系,推动城市公共艺术空间与文化氛围的不断发展。今年“天地世界音乐节”更是首次联动新天地4地7大项目,汇聚来自世界各地的大师级音乐艺术团队,奏响“一带一路”沿线国家的特色民族乐章,以音乐为载体,把更多元、更丰富的世界文化到中国。
活动同期,中国新天地还将迎来汇聚世界美食的“天地餐厅周”活动,再次为消费者带来有品质的独特美食体验,打造有态度的美食新观点,引领消费者感受“舌尖上的世界”。未来,中国新天地也会持续营造与众不同且高品质的城市人文生活,满足新一代消费者的需求,致力于打造一个富有文创气息的商业业态,从而源源不断地吸引更多的消费者,更为城市带来更多活力与创造力。

关于上海世界音乐季
上海世界音乐季平台已走到第十个年头,致力于在中国推广和传播世界音乐,让世界音乐所携带的丰富文化内涵走近每一个人。同时,不断收集和整理中国各地的根源音乐,并赋予其全新的生命力。作为上海申报国家战略“一带一路”五大主体之一的上海世界音乐季平台,更将致力于在三年内联手中国新天地、WCO等机构和一带一路沿线64个国家知名艺术家团体增强互动,联手打造“一带一路音乐创演联盟”,为中国的符号声音世界化走出重要一步。

关于中国新天地
中国新天地是立足中国的高端商业地产项目的投资者、经营者及管理者。作为上海新天地的业主及管理者,公司以“集生活、工作、娱乐休闲于一体”的理念,致力于建造充满活力的社区,从而带动整个区域的商业繁荣。在“生活永丰采”这一企业愿景的引领下,中国新天地持续为人们提供优享生活体验,为业务创造长期价值。作为瑞安房地产的子公司,中国新天地的资产组合包括商业零售、办公楼、酒店与娱乐休闲类物业,业务范围遍及上海、重庆、武汉与佛山等主要城市。



Artists Country Special Mark Date Time Place
李泉| Li Quan 中国 特邀嘉宾 10月1日 18:30-19:15 虹桥天地
高博文| Gao Bowen 中国 10月2日 18:30-19:15 上海新天地
DakhaBrakha | 达卡布拉卡 乌克兰 10月2日 19:45-20:30 上海新天地
10月3日 19:30-21:00 Shanghai Grand Theatre
Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio | 雷诺加西亚低音提琴三重奏 法国 10月1日 15:30-16:15 虹桥天地
10月2日 16:45-17:30 上海新天地
10月4日 16:45-17:30 创智天地
10月5日 19:30-21:00 Shanghai Grand Theatre
En Chordais Ensemble | 安荷达斯乐团 希腊 10月2日 15:30-16:15 虹桥天地
10月3日 18:30-19:15 上海新天地
10月4日 19:30-21:00 Shanghai Grand Theatre
10月6日 18:30-19:15 瑞虹天地
Imarhan | 伊马尔罕 阿尔及利亚 10月1日 19:45-20:30 上海新天地
10月2日 16:45-17:30 虹桥天地
10月6日 19:45-20:30 重庆天地
Tarabband | 太拉乐队 伊拉克/瑞典/法国 10月1日 16:45-17:30 上海新天地
10月2日 18:30-19:15 虹桥天地
10月3日 震旦博物馆
10月4日 19:45-20:30 创智天地
Fay Hield Quartet | 菲·赫尔德四重奏 英国 10月3日 16:45-17:30 上海新天地
10月4日 16:45-17:30 武汉天地
10月5日 18:30-19:15 创智天地
Sousou & Maher Cissoko |索索与迈尔 塞内加尔/瑞典 10月2日 18:30-19:15 岭南天地
10月4日 新里
10月5日 18:30-19:15 上海新天地
10月6日 16:45-17:30 瑞虹天地
ZALVARINIS | 扎尔瓦里尼斯 立陶宛 10月2日 19:45-20:30 岭南天地
10月4日 18:30-19:15 创智天地
10月5日 19:45-20:30 上海新天地
10月7日 19:45-20:30 瑞虹天地
Eldebek Trio | 埃尔德贝克三重奏 黎巴嫩 10月3日 15:30-16:15 虹桥天地
10月4日 18:30-19:15 武汉天地
10月5日 18:30-19:15 重庆天地
Shishani & the Namibian Tales | 诗珊妮与纳米比亚传说 荷兰 10月2日 16:45-17:30 岭南天地
10月3日 19:45-20:30 武汉天地
10月5日 16:45-17:30 上海新天地
10月7日 16:45-17:30 瑞虹天地
Luca Ciarla Quartet | 卢卡西亚拉四重奏 意大利 10月2日 14:00-15:30 大不同
10月3日 19:45-20:30 上海新天地
10月4日 19:45-20:30 武汉天地
10月5日 16:45-17:30 重庆天地
Gulaza | 古拉扎也门女歌 以色列 以色列专场 9月24日 15:00-15:45 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
10月1日 16:45-17:30 岭南天地
10月3日 18:30-19:15 虹桥天地
10月5日 16:45-17:30 创智天地
Yamma Ensemble | 雅玛乐团 以色列 以色列专场 9月24日 16:15-17:00 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
10月1日 19:45-20:30 岭南天地
10月3日 16:45-17:30 虹桥天地
10月4日 19:45-20:30 上海新天地
Hadar Maoz Trio | 哈达尔三重奏 以色列 以色列专场 9月24日 17:30-18:15 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
10月1日 18:30-19:15 岭南天地
10月4日 16:45-17:30 上海新天地
10月6日 18:30-19:15 瑞虹天地
Shahar Trio|沙哈尔三重奏 以色列/中国 以色列专场 9月24日 18:45-19:30 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
KALO-YELE | 卡劳耶 瑞士 由瑞士文化基金会办公室支持 10月5日 16:45-17:30 创智天地
10月7日 19:45-20:30 瑞虹天地
带菓&欢庆 | Li Daiguo&Wu Huanqing 中国/美国 以色列专场 9月23日 15:00-15:45 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
10月1日 18:30-19:15 上海新天地
10月4日 16:45-17:30 武汉天地
10月6日 16:45-17:30 重庆天地
Regard Persan | 雷格波森 伊朗/加拿大 9月23日 16:15-17:00 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
苏伊拉赛汗 中国 9月23日 17:30-18:15 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
Sahra Halgan Trio | 萨拉哈根 索马里/法国 由瑞士文化基金会办公室支持 9月23日 18:45-19:30 NEW HONGQIAO CENTRAL PARK
9月24日 14:00-15:30 大不同
热地乐队| Rid Band 中国 由瑞士文化基金会办公室支持 10月1日 16:45-17:30 虹桥天地
10月4日 19:45-20:30 上海新天地
10月6日 18:30-19:15 重庆天地
the Gardel Trio | 迦德尔探戈三重奏 墨西哥/挪威/俄罗斯 由瑞士文化基金会办公室支持 10月3日 18:30-19:15 武汉天地
10月5日 19:45-20:30 重庆天地
*如遇天气或其他不可抗力因素时,主办方将做弹性调整,最终演出时间请以现场为准!

上海大剧院

上海大剧院 10月3日 10月4日 10月5日
19:30-21:00 Dakhabrakha En Chordais Ensemble Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio
票价(元) 680, 280, 180, 80

售票及检票方式: 上海大剧院,提前给格瓦拉实物票(票数协商),剩余票于开场1周退给主办方。检票由大剧院检票。

新虹桥中心花园

新虹桥中心花园 9月23日 9月24日
15:00-15:45 带菓&欢庆 Gulaza
16:15-17:00 Regard Persan Yamma Ensemble
17:30-18:15 苏伊拉赛汗 Hadar Maoz Trio
18:45-19:30 Sahra Halgan Trio Shahar Trio
票价(元) 150 150
早鸟票(9月6日截止) 100 100
网络票(9月6日开始) 120 120
现场票 150 150
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1. 李泉| Li Quan(中国)

Li Quan is a well-known Chinese music producer. A graduate of Shanghai Conservatory of Music and Berklee College of Music, Li has been a moving force in China’s ‘academic’ pop music industry, and is known as a ‘Music Genius’, ‘Prince of the Piano’. Li is the first Chinese musician to win the Best Classical Music Award from Rolling Stone America. Li is a cross-border artist, who blended his music with architectural installations and won the Special Prize at the 51st Venice Biennale. Li is also the first mainland Chinese musician to win the RTHK Top Ten Chinese Gold Songs Award in 25 years. Since 2013, Li has been devoted to the new pop jazz genre – a fusion of classic and pop, jazz and techno music.

2. 高博文| Gao Bowen(中国)

Gao Bowen is a Chinese National Artist, Director of Chinese Ballad Singers Association, Distinguished Professor at Fudan University School of Philosophy, head of Shanghai Pingtan Association. Gao is known for his refined performance, and is a recognised inheritor of the ‘Wei, Shen, Xue’ schools of Suzhou Pingtan. Suzhou Pingtan is an ancient Chinese art form of singing and storytelling in Suzhou dialect, with a history of over 400 years. Born in Shanghai, where Pingtan is very popular, Gao grew fond of the art form by listening to radio programmes. As a teenager, Gao attended Shanghai Traditional Opera School to learn Pingtan, and has since been determined to find new ways to share this traditional art form with the world. In 2008, Gao tried to mix Pingtan with rock music and performed at popular commercial areas in Shanghai, which helped bring people closer to the old art form. Today, Gao continues exploring new ways to inherit and develop Pingtan, the treasure of Chinese traditional art. Amongst Gao’s best-known are ‘Pearl Tower’, ‘Wen Zhengming’, ‘Gao Bowen on Fanhua’.

3. DakhaBrakha | 达卡布拉卡(乌克兰)

DakhaBrakha is a world music quartet from Kyiv, Ukraine. Reflecting fundamental elements of sound and soul, Ukrainian ‘ethnic chaos’ band DakhaBrakha created a world of unexpected new music. The name DakhaBrakha is original, outstanding and authentic at the same time. It means ‘give/take’ in the old Ukrainian language. DakhaBrakha was established in 2004 at the Kyiv Center of Contemporary Art ‘DAKH’ by the avant-garde theatre director, Vladyslav Troitskyi. Theatre work has left its mark on the band’s performances — their shows are never staged without scenic effects. Having experimented with Ukrainian folk music, the band has added rhythms of the surrounding world into their music, thus creating bright, unique and unforgettable images of DakhaBrakha. It will help to open up the potential of Ukrainian melodies and to bring it to the hearts and consciousness of the younger generation in Ukraine and the rest of the world. Accompanied by Indian, Arabic, African, Russian and Australian traditional instrumentation, the quartet’s astonishingly powerful and uncompromising vocal range creates a trans-national sound rooted in Ukrainian culture. DakhaBrakha has played concerts and performances and has taken part in numerous international festivals in Ukraine, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Austria, Slovenia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Rumania, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Germany, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Belarus, Georgia, Hungary, Poland, China, Australia, USA, Canada, Columbia, New Zealand, Brazil.

4. Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio | 雷诺加西亚低音提琴三重奏(法国)

Renaud Garcia-Fons, a French double bass player and composer, is known for using 5 Strings Bass. By age 21, Renaud was awarded a diploma by the French Cultural Minister as Professor of Double Bass. From this point forward he worked independently, allowing his adventurous spirit to liberate him from the technical limitations of his instrument in favor of greater freedom to improvise. Renaud Garcia-Fons discovered a singular route between classical, jazz and world music.Ten years into this journey, he decided to add a fifth string to his bass, enabling possibilities well beyond the idea of the double bass as an accompanying instrument and particularly the option to be one of an ensemble's improvising voices. Combining this innovation with his con arco and pizzicato techniques, he reached an unprecedented level of performance. Some began to call him the ‘Paganini of the Double Bass’. While this has been a great compliment, a more accurate comparison is to Astor Piazzolla, Jimi Hendrix, and Paco de Lucia – artists who have advanced the possibilities of their instrument on the force of self-directed study and research.
With this new Trio Renaud Garcia-Fons leaves the Hispanic and Mediterranean landscapes for his city, Paris. This imaginary journey through the melodic charm of the old Paris and the hectic and cosmopolite Paris of nowadays is made of new compositions: waltzes, ballads, jazz, classical music, contemporary grooves. We invite you to walk through the streets of Paris with the chant of Renaud's bass, along with 2 other musicians, virtuosos and poets, David Venitucci on accordion and Stephan Caracci on vibes and percussion. From ‘Montmartre en courant’ to ‘Rue du Dragon’, ‘Revoir Paris’ is an excellent way to mix music, groove and poetry, with the nostalgia inspired by the words of Charles Trenet.

5. En Chordais Ensemble | 安荷达斯乐团(希腊)

En Chordais is one of the most internationally acclaimed and exceptional music ensembles specialising in the traditions of the Mediterranean music. Its presence on stage is always accompanied with a wide and unique repertoire mixed with compositions both from the past and the contemporary time, maintaining the originality and the timelessness of the old as well as the intimacy of today’s trends. The repertoire of the ensemble celebrates the Byzantine musical heritage and the Greek folk music, the works of major Mediterranean composers, as well as compositions by its members and a creative continuation of this great heritage. Of particular importance in the repertoire is the application of Kyriakos Kalaitzidis' (En Chordais' artistic director) research findings in manuscript codices from the 15th-19th century, which are preserved in several historical libraries of Europe.
With this extensive repertoire and a playful, lively presence on stage, the ensemble has toured throughout the world, receiving enthusiastic critical acclaim. They have won Academie Charles Cros Prize 2015, Academie Charles Cros Prize 2014, Radio France Prize 2008 and was nominated for UNESCO Sharjah Prize 2006.

6. Imarhan | 伊马尔罕(阿尔及利亚)

Imarhan, meaning ‘the ones I care about’, started out around 2008 as a loose collection of friends who began to play together. Their music reflects their cultural and generational background: dry guitar riffs, pop melodies and pan-African rhythms which draw on traditional Tuareg music, African ballads and the modern pop and rock the band heard growing up.The band’s debut album is intent on dismantling the ideas western listeners have about popularised Tuareg music. This new wave of Tuareg musicians sounds very different from the desert distortion that accompanies groups like Mdou Moctar or Group Inerane. Instead, it finds a calm and passionate soul, provides sumptuous slow burners, and a complexity of composition that hasn’t been demonstrated by previous music exported from the Saharan people’s musical repertoire. Even if the band has a direct DNA link to trail blazers Tinariwen, their poetry and flow has a more integrally urban base than the ancestral tamashek poetry and traditional rhythms of their elders, Tinariwen. Instead, they offer something much more fresh and intricate; there is a lot of sensitivity and space in these jams, a lot of room for your mind to ponder and drift. The giant divide between their spiritual home and physical home is heard in their tracks: the funkier groove of Western Africa, the emptier, subtle tones of Saharan Traditional folk music and the fire and romance of Algerian Rai music. No other Tuareg release to date has had such a variance of rhythms, tempo and feeling. Imarhan’s record is a heads-up to anyone who thought Tuareg music as just one thing – it’s an invitation to closer listening and an album that will stay fresh for a long time and influence those from the Sahara and beyond.

7. Tarabband | 太拉乐队(多国)

Formed in 2008, Tarabband, a word game on Tarab and Band, is a six-member band composed of the Iraqi Egyptian musician, Nadin Al khalidi, and five other musicians from Sweden and France. Tarabband is a cross-cultural attempt at creating Tarab ‘ecstasy through music’ when emotions and music merge and become one. The group’s leading figure and charismatic vocalist, Nadin Al khalidi, fled from Iraq in 2001 to Sweden as a refugee. Whether it’s Iraqi, Egyptian, or Swedish, Nadin celebrates her triple identity, a mix that is culturally rich. Weaving the personal element into the songs allows Nadin to talk about ‘people we never hear of’ – ‘the least we could do is share their story’. Tarabband’s debut album ‘Ya Sidi – My Master’ was released in 2013. The music and words, as Tarabband’s members, travels between Sufism, Folk, Flamenco, Jazz, and settles in Tarab, the common denominator. Spread throughout the Middle East and North Africa, the album’s first track ‘Baghdad Choby’ is the group’s ‘visa’ to the Middle East music scene (Choby is an Iraqi rhythm).Tarabband held successfully sold out concerts in Egypt and Jordan earlier in 2015, in addition to festival participations in Malaysia, Zanzibar, Sweden and Europe. The band played at WOMEX in 2014.

8. Fay Hield Quartet | 菲·赫尔德四重奏(英国)

Fay Hield is one of the stars of the current English folk music scene. She is a singer who seems to have been born with the rare gift of knowing how to go straight to the heart of a song. Music magazine MOJO described her as ‘one of folk music’s most preeminent modern voices’. Among her many achievements, Fay created ‘The Full English’. This started as an academic archive project sponsored by the English Folk Dance and Song Society. For the first time, many of the finest early 20th century folksong collections were brought together. To celebrate this, Fay developed a super group of folk performers, touring for two years, winning Best Group and Best Album at the 2013 BBC Folk Awards and earning a nomination for Folk Singer of the Year. Her recent Hurricane Party album ‘Old Adam’ was one of The Guardian’s ‘Best Albums of 2016’. Whatever Fay turns her hand (and voice!) to is infused with a real love of English folk song and delivered in a truly captivating style. Here she is joined by long-time collaborators Ben Paley (fiddle), Roger Wilson (guitar, fiddle, voice) and John Spiers (melodeon). Fay is also an academic, lecturing in Music at the University of Sheffield, where she specialises in the role folk music plays in the construction of communities.

9. Sousou & Maher Cissoko |索索与迈尔(塞内加尔/瑞典)

The Sousou & Maher Cissoko (from the South of Sweden and the South of Senegal), is one of the most influential European world music groups. Both Sousou and Maher grew up in families of musicians, and it was the interest in West African kora (a harp lute) that has brought them together. In the performance of Sousou & Maher Cissoko, magnificent kora playing and soulful singing combines with a rhythmic energy and influences from folk, soul and jazz. Sousou & Maher Cissoko’s music is border crossing, constantly on the move, with the musical and human elements as principal driving force. ‘It’s not a meeting between Senegalese folk music and Swedish folk music; we are working more on finding and developing our own expressions, creating our own songs and finding our own voices. Times change and we are living in a global world now where everything is connected.’ – says Sousou & Maher Cissoko. Sousou & Maher perform as a duo, trio or with a full band with guitar, kora, double bass/electric bass and percussion.

10. ZALVARINIS | 扎尔瓦里尼斯(立陶宛)

It’s been more than a decade already since the band ZALVARINIS is on the stage – 5 released albums, tours in Europe, UK, USA and China, sharing stage with the Gipsy Kings, Jessie J, Rudimental, GusGus, HIM, The Hobos, Alphaville, Zdob si Zdub, Groove Armada, Fools Garden, Tricky and others – these are only some important facts from the band’s history. ZALVARINIS is the best-known Lithuanian folk-rock band. The band gets the inspiration from folk songs and their cultural heritage. ZALVARINIS was created by the guitarist Robert Semeniuk, who is also an arranger, composer and producer. Energy of the band, rock and roll and blues groove are the reasons why the band appears in various folk/rock/pop/world music festivals not only in Lithuania, but also all over the world.

11. Eldebek Trio | 埃尔德贝克三重奏(黎巴嫩/土耳其)

Mohamad Eldebek is a versatile percussionist from Lebanon based in New York City. With his brother, world oudist Hadi Eldebek, Mohamad performed internationally in numerous venues including the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, the National Center for Performing Arts in Beijing, Symphony Space, Metropolitan museum of Arts, Shanghai Concert Hall, Beirut Bobo, amongst others. In 2010, he joined the New York Arabic Orchestra conducted by Lebanese composer and virtuoso, Bassam Saba, and later, he joined the Brooklyn Nomads as a lead percussionist. In the summer of 2014, Mohamad’s musical adventures brought him to tour in China and teach Arabic music and rhythms at the first world music and dance workshop in Xizhou town, Yunnan Province. In addition to his musical life, Mr. Eldebek has a Master's degree in Neuroscience and is interested in the effect of music on the brain. Here he is joined by excellent musicians Ramzi Edlibi (Percussion and Vocal) and Tamer Pinarbasi (Qanun).

12. Shishani & the Namibian Tales | 诗珊妮与纳米比亚传说(多国)

Many worlds flow smoothly together in the unconventional music of Shishani & the Namibian Tales. The group was founded by Sjahin During in 2015 in Amsterdam. Vocalist, songwriter and guitarist Shishani combines the little known but rich tradition of her native Namibia with such western influences as soul and jazz. Debby Korfmacher may have been born in Germany, but she went mad about the sound of the African mbira (thumb piano) and then took up the kora (lute-bridge-harp). Cellist Bence Huszar hails from a renowned family of Hungarian musicians but explores the sonic potential of his instrument far beyond traditional boundaries. His pulsating, driving improvisations also land him a part-time job in the rhythm section alongside percussionist Sjahin During. Sjahin can draw on a wealth of experience in the widest variety of traditions, from Afro-Cuban via Turkish to Indian and jazz for his dynamic style of playing. Traditional music from Namibia and other African regions forms the starting point for Shishani’s compositions. She sings her lyrics both in English and Oshiwambo, her mother’s native tongue. Rooted in deep traditions, though partly thanks to unexpected harmonies and rhythms, the music of Shishani & the Namibian Tales sounds surprisingly contemporary and refreshing. They were called ‘The Crown Princess of Contemporary Urban Namibian Music’ at Amsterdam Roots Festival 2016.

13. Luca Ciarla Quartet | 卢卡西亚拉四重奏(意大利)

Luca Ciarla Quartet is one of the most original Italian ensembles in recent years. With Antonino De Luca on accordion, Maurizio Perrone on double bass and Francesco Savoretti on percussions, violinist Luca Ciarla has drawn on the familiar sounds of the Italian folk tradition and the Mediterranean area. A creative and surprising violinist, Luca Ciarla easily transcends the boundaries among genres to trace an innovative musical path, a magical acoustic seduction in perfect balance between written compositions and improvisation, traditional and contemporary sounds. He has successfully performed in jazz, classical and world music festivals and concert series in more than 50 countries around the world.

14. Gulaza | 古拉扎也门女歌(以色列)

Yemen and Africa are separated by sea. Gulaza is an expression of that sea – a sea of despair, prayer, passion, dance, love and longing for freedom. The concept of ‘Gulaza’ was born when Igal Mizrahi and Ben Aylon joined to create a duet between an ancient Yemenite song and the sound of the African N’goni, as part of a concert in a famous festival in Europe. Gulaza continues the natural evolution of Yemenite Women songs. Mystical texts that have passed for centuries from mother to daughter acquire a modern and contemporary meaning in a special instrumental composition. The combination of traditional Saharan strings, cello and acoustic guitars, and the fact that these songs are sung for the first time by a man – creates a unique soundtrack that takes the listener into a world of prayer, passion, dance, love and longing for freedom. Gulaza has successfully toured Europe in 2016: Spain (Tres Culturas Festival), Serbia (Etnofest, Ethno Fusion, Mikser House), Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia (Mazal Tov Festival), Austria, Denmark (CPH World Music Festival) and Poland (Etno Krakow).

15. Yamma Ensemble | 雅玛乐团(以色列)

Yamma Ensemble presents original contemporary Hebrew music, in which group members stay true to the character of the Middle East, the region where they were born and raised. The soulful, exotic music is accompanied by ancient musical instruments (kopuz, duduk, hand drums), which are typical of the Middle East. In addition to this unique art, Yamma also performs the traditional music and material of the various Jewish diasporas. They present songs of the Jewish communities from Yemen, Babylon, and Sefarad, as well as Hasidic music, with the fascinating forms and rhythms that have been preserved by generations of Jewish traditions. 

16. Hadar Maoz Trio | 哈达尔三重奏(以色列)

Hadar Maoz, a multi-talented and inspiring performer, singer and musician, electrifies the audience with a musical journey into the world of ancient traditions and an oriental soul groove. Hadar’s cultural roots began in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. The Bukharian tradition of Central Asia has existed for over 2,500 years. From her early youth, Hadar learned devotional singing, drumming and playing a style which has been passed through many generations of her family in Bukhara and has been influenced by the ancient oriental styles and scales. According to the ancient belief, listening to this spiritual kind of music and singing has positive effect and brings good fortune to the listener. Hadar plays many instruments including the Tar, Saz, Dayereh, Goblet drum and bass guitar. Her dancing is inspired by the oriental styles of Central and Eastern Asia. She sings in Bukharian and ancient Hebrew. Hadar also grew up on funk music and a groove like James Brown and Motown. Hadar has performed in the last 11 years and has worked with a wide range of artists and musicians. Hadar toured internationally with ‘Habrera-Hativeet’, one of Israel’s most original and unique groups of musicians.

17. Shahar Trio|沙哈尔三重奏(以色列/中国)

Shahar trio is a creative transnational band.Liron Man,a well-known producer and Flamenco guitarist of Israel.He is said to be the the fastest HandPan player in the world. Liron has a deep understanding of Chinese music.He has been involved in many crossover music projects and the intention behind is share with the world the beauty that Liron finds in Chinese culture, in this way, Liron is hoping to contribute to China as he feels grateful for everything he experiences in China.Pan Li is teaching at Erhu club in Shanghai Japanese School and she has been the chief Erhu performer and vice-president for “Tou Ming Si Kao New Traditional Music Orchestra”.Pan Li  is a master of various genres and she is good at Erhu improvisation.She is often invited to perform and give recitals in Taiwan and Japan since 2014,and also performed on many festivals such as Shanghai Jazz Festival,World Music Shanghai and European Music Festival.Danny Zanker is a double bass player.He played the avant-garde jazz in New York with the world's top musicians.After cooperated with musicians in the Balkans and the Middle East, Danny started his creative journey and began his own touring around the world. With the jazz development in Shanghai, Danny decided to move from New York to Shanghai to start a new musical journey, his performance footprints throughout the country.

18. KALO-YELE | 卡劳耶(瑞士)

Some say KALO-YELE is the best of two continents and is a splendid work of the trio Aly Keïta, Jan Galega Brönnimann and Lucas Niggli. Three shit-hot musos playing their hearts out. KALO-YELE is always tough. They have spectacular interplay full of rhythmic energy, and touched the audience by sophisticated arrangements and hot afro rhythms. Aly Keïta is one of the grand masters of the balafon, the West African xylophone. The Ivorian musician fits the balafon in interaction with artists such as Joe Zawinul, Omar Sosa and Jan Garbarek. Together with the Swiss clarinettist Jan Galega Brönnimann and Swiss drummer Lucas Niggli, Keïta mixes the traditional African repertoire with Western jazz, improvisation and African rhythms. This ‘Brotherhood of vibes and grooves’ takes the audience on an adventurous ride. The first element that underlies ‘KALO-YELE’ (‘moonlight’ in Bambara) is a human and affective dimension, whose origin lies many miles from Switzerland and several decades before the three musicians entered the studio. Niggli and Jan Galega Brönnimann were actually born in Cameroon and they have been friends since they were... one year old! They spent their youth to the sounds and rhythms of West African music. Many people regard their 2016 CD as the best jazz album and an absolute high class. They are thought to be the highlight of all occasions , with lots of surprises. Kalo Yele is a great pleasure to hear.

19. 带菓&欢庆 | Li Daiguo&Wu Huanqing(美国/中国)

Daiguo and Huanqing started playing together in 2014. Li Daiguo is one of the leading figures in China’s new music scene. He composes using a variety of Asian (especially Chinese) instruments mixed with foreign instruments in what is an evolved eastern ritual chamber ensemble. He performs solo as well, most frequently on pipa, cello, viola, and voice. In recent years he has taken part in performances at such venues and events as World Sacred Music Festival at Fez (Morocco, 2015), World Sacred Spirit Festival (India, 2015), Cite De La Mustique (Paris, 2014), Sonic Protest Music Festival (France, 2013), Culturescapes Arts Festival (Switzerland, 2010), Norway Flykescommune Educational music tour (Norway, 2012), Sally Can't Dance Avant-garde Music Festival (Beijing 2009, 2011) , as well as regular tours in China, Japan, Korea, Israel, and Europe.Independent musician Wu Huanqing is a sound performance artist from Sichuan province, as well as an ethnographical field-recorder and ethnic instrument designer. He collects and sorts out field recordings and is always looking for different musical elements in folk music. Due to his affection for folk music, many of his works contain cultural implications of Kunming. Huanqing initiated collections of folk music and interviews of folk artists. The types of folk music he has explored include the music of ethnic groups Yi, Hani, Naxi, amongst others. Since 2005, he has participated in many folk music festivals in China.

20. Regard Persan | 雷格波森(伊朗/加拿大)

Founded by three Irano-Canadian musicians living in Montreal, the Regard Persan Trio is an innovative concept where each member explores a new sound of Persian music through their respective instruments. The tanbur, (the preferred instrument of Kurdish dervishes), is played by Pooria Pournazeri, the heir of a great family of musicians. Innovative musician Saeed Kamjoo plays the gheychak (a string instrument used by the Qalandars of Baluchistan) and the kamancheh. The percussionist, Ziya Tabassian, assumes the rhythmic colours of the ensemble. Between tradition and modernity, the music of the Regard Persan Trio innovates to create contemporary music that lifts the audience beyond time, to travel with the music. Regard Persan was born after a magical concert in 2013 at ‘Garage Concerts’ series in Montreal. Since then, they played several concerts in Quebec and had a successful European tour in winter 2016.

21. 苏伊拉赛汗(中国)

Sue Irasaihan is China’s first female Khoomei singer, a successor of the Khoomei art which is an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Inner Mongolia. She is also the Vice Chairman of Inner Mongolia Khoomei Association, the Director of the International Cultural Exchange Centre. In 2000, she began to sing and devote herself to Khoomei research and oral harp performing. She has performed on behalf of China and the Inner Mongolia autonomous region in more than 20 countries.Khoomei is an extraordinary vocal technique, where sounds come simultaneously from the singer’s throat, mouth, nose and even chest. It is discovered by ancient Mongolians in the 13th century. In the past, Khoomei was dominated by men. In 2003, Sue Irasaihan won the top prize in the International Khoomei Contest held in Mongolia. In 2004, she won the Gold Award in the West China Folk Song Contest. Sue Irasaihan is capable of singing 4 vocal parts simultaneously; with the help of professional equipment, you will find 8 frequencies in her singing at the same time. Her performance is enchanting, expressive, and offers great variety. You will hear the growling of the mountains, the echoes of the trumpets, the whisper of a hair string, and the collision of ancient bells.

22. Sahra Halgan Trio | 萨拉哈根(索马里)

Sahra Halgan is an emblematic artist from Somaliland, a territory situated in the north of Somalia, de facto independent since 1991, following a terrible civil war. Sahra’s songs, in a pure, un-artificial musical form, show the world of Somaliland people, their sufferings and joys. Sahra's engagement makes her a symbol of liberty among the Somaliland diaspora. She now lives in Hargeisa, the capital and spreads the message of recognition of her country, for stability and against violence. Her unique and atypical vocal identity has largely contributed to her reputation. Characteristic of the territories of East Africa, where the influences of the Middle East and of Africa are intermingling, her voice surprises by its suppleness, its timbre and its originality, combining throat-voice, tribal inflexions, ululations and oriental ornamentations. Since her arrival in France, Sahra Halgan has staged her atypical route and her musical family inheritance with the complicity of African musicians settled in Lyon. After the release of her first album in 2009, she has covered the stages of Europe and other continents. Sahra Halgan sings with nostalgia, a bit like Cesaria Evora (Green Cap) did. With lightness and emotions, she becomes a vibrant echo singing love and peace. On stage, with her great East African voice and incredible stage presence, Sahra has a gift to take the audience on a unique journey where good mood and shared smiles are blending.

23. 热地乐队| Rid(中国)

The Rid was founded in 2014, when 5 young musicians met in Xilin Gol Grassland, Inner Mongolia. ‘Rid’ is an ancient Mongolian phrase meaning ‘mysterious energy’. Inspired by the vast grassland, the band has mixed traditional Mongolian music with modern elements and created a unique style of music. Every song of theirs conveys the love and peace rooted in grasslands, mountains, and rivers, and you can’t help but feel the mysterious power of nature flowing through their work. The Rid enjoys the happiness of performing and appreciates the inclusiveness of music. Whether we are in a noisy public space, or cocooned on our couch, we can always find our way back to our roots through the music, and honour the cultural heritage left by ancestors by embracing and passing it along.

24. the Gardel Trio | 迦德尔探戈三重奏(俄罗斯/墨西哥)

The Gardel Trio is one of the leading tango ensembles in Asia. They appeared in the Shanghai music scene because of their passion for tango music. Currently they are actively participating in different Milongas and concerts around the country. In March 2017, The Gardel Trio released their debut album Reliquias, produced by Skaði Records. Since the Gardel Trio was born as a partner project with tango enthusiasts, their repertoire is mainly designed for teachers and Milonga goers to enjoy and dance, thus creating a musical atmosphere with a clear influence by Argentinian ‘orquestas típicas’ such as Pugliese's and D'arienzo's. The trio has also a concert tango repertoire with compositions by Galliano and Piazzolla, among others. The Trio is currently working on several projects, such as incorporating Chinese musical instruments into tango music, experimenting with musical theater and choreography in partnership with Shanghai dance companies, and exploring new ideas to enrich their standard tango repertoire.
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公交:105路;117路;136路;162路;173路;206路;g9路;高峰2路、101路;106路;116路;116路夜班;117路;118路;121路;137路;159路;旅游城巴4a线、105路;107路;116路;117路;122路;123路;126路;128路;134路;137路;164b路;高峰2路、106路;185c路;旅游城巴1线;旅游城巴2线;旅游城巴3a线;旅游城巴3b线;旅游城巴4线、801路;k5路;佛k6路、106路;109路;114路;140路;175路;g7路、105路;117路;136路;162路;173路;206路;g9路、106路;109路;140路;153路;175路;806路夜班短线;g7路、120路;135路;806路;806路夜班短线、109路;113路;117路;119路;122路;123路;124路;126路;140路;152路;164b路;175路;g7路;k2路;k5路

玩什么?

佛山岭南天地是佛山市禅城区祖庙东华里片区的改造项目,当中包括的佛山祖庙、东华里古建筑面群更是国家重点保护的文物。岭南天地保存了中国其中一个最完整古建筑物群。项目内的其他著名保护文物包括简氏别墅、嫁娶屋、孔庙、李众胜堂祖铺等22处文物建筑及街道。佛山岭南天地充分运用骑楼、锅耳 式山墙、瓦脊、雕花屋檐、蜿蜒街巷等岭南建筑特色,使得佛山的历史文化风貌与城市脉络得以传承,并赋予其新的生命力。同时佛山岭南天地还将充分挖掘佛山粤剧之乡、陶艺之乡、武术之乡、美食之乡等文化特色,引入各类文化设施及现代化设施,商圈内重点打造4条商业街:祖庙-东华里“岭南天地”商业区,以佛山传统老字号经营,特色旅游购物和消费为主;人民路体育用品专业街;福贤路商业步行街,以传统骑楼式风格为特色,以民俗风情旅游商品购物为主;松风路商业街,以仿古旅游为特色。

怎么去?

虹口区瑞虹路188号(近天虹路) LG层月亮广场

公共交通

地铁4号线 临平路
公交:1219路、528路、47路;134路;597路;751路;875路;1219路、597路、47路;134路;597路;875路;1219路、751路

玩什么?

瑞虹天地提倡时尚生活,悠闲生活 汇聚了生活超市易买得、必胜客、星巴克、一茶一坐、屈臣氏等品牌商户,设计精品餐饮、美容美发、服饰、儿童早教等丰富业态,不仅满足日常生活之需,更成为周边消费者首选之地。其中代表的周边美食与休闲商户有Fuego 费戈 、夯食、Moedrn Sky LAB、英皇UA电影城、弹指之间、Homeless、宿醉、竞界、奇境、宁曼SPA 等。

怎么去?

淞沪路234号创智天地广场(创智天地的)

公共交通

10号线 江湾体育场 1号口
公交:713路;819路、55路;61路;99路;168路;329路;406路;538路;749路;937路;942路、五角场班车、140路;187路;758路;966路;1229路、55路;61路;99路;168路;307路;329路;406路;538路;713路;749路;817路;819路;850路;854路;937路;942路、850路、8路;61路;140路;187路;329路;537路;538路;758路;942路

玩什么?

创智天地位于上海市杨浦区五角场的核心位置,毗邻五角场商圈及江湾体育场,位于中环线及轨道交通构成的交通枢纽。整体规划面积100万平米,由创智天地广场、创智坊、创智天地科技园和江湾体育中心等四部分组成,它们各具功能,且相辅相成。大学路西起国定路,贯穿整个创智坊直达创智天地广场,直通复旦大学。这块纵深700米的狭长商圈作为创智天地的核心区域之一,凭借其休闲餐饮为主、零售为辅的业态定位,和沿街商铺的独具创意与非凡个性,为周边人群提供了一个放松休闲的好去处,同时带来更多不一样的生活体验。

怎么去?

延安西路2238号(近伊犁路)

轨道交通

地铁10号线 伊犁路站4号出口  至公园南门

公共交通

320路;709路;827路;836路虹桥路古北路-公交车站至公园南门
57路;328路;748路;806路;911路;925路;936路延安西路娄山关路-公交车站至公园北门
709路,72路;808路;855路;911路 伊犁路安顺路-公交车站 至公园东门

自驾路线

新虹桥中心花园伊犁路的大门,和延安西路的大门都有停车的地方,需要付费10元。大热天建议停在延安西路大门口,那里是高架下面的停车位,车子不会被晒。

城市空间狭小,建议选用公共、轨道交通,减少对环境的污染。

游什么?

新虹桥中心花园地处上海市虹桥经济开发区,位于古北路以东、延安西路以南,伊利路以西、虹桥路以北,中心湖水体面积1万平方米,2000年9月29日正式开园。被上海市绿化管理局评为 “上海市四星级公园”。新虹桥中心花园采用了新的园林造型和布局,园内绿量充足,乔灌木、草坪、地被、水生植物比例合理,蜿蜒的小路将山坡、水溪和湖泊贯联起来,花园造型流畅、活泼,体现了人与自然和谐的主题,使人充分感受到回归大自然的喜悦。花园分为五个景点,分别是中心喷水池、延安高架两侧、湖心亭、东山、西山。中心喷水池两边由宿根花境组成,落叶乔木与常绿灌木、大面积的草坪结合而成﹔延 安高架两侧由意杨遮挡高架,从高到低层层排列,遮挡高架的硬质部分,由桂花、香樟、垂丝海棠等组成植物景观﹔湖心亭由亭、平台、九曲桥、水体组成﹔东山由 天池、九溪十八涧、山石组成﹔西山是一个有坡度的小山,供游客锻炼活动、修身养性。能在其中赏花,赏雕塑,看喷泉,走健身步道,喂鸭子和天鹅,钓鱼,骑行,慢跑,踢球,放风筝,打羽毛球等。

怎么去?

上海市人民大道300号。

公共交通

地铁:1、2、8号线到“人民广场”站。
公交:109路;324路、23路;49路、49路;109路、都市观光旅游1号线、46路;46路区间;49路;123路;123路区间;145路;312路;451路;上川专线、71路[中运量]区间、20路;37路;330路;805路、451路;454路、71路[中运量];71路[中运量]区间、都市观光旅游2号线。

自驾路线

上海大剧院位于人民大道300号,近黄陂北路,车子可停上海大剧院地下车库。

倡导绿色出行,自驾的朋友更请减少“鸣笛”!

吃什么?

上海大剧院位于人民广场西北侧,剧院内有3个剧场,1800座的主剧场,用于上演芭蕾、歌剧和交响乐。主剧场舞台由一个728平方米的前舞台、一个360平方米的后舞台和两个257平方米的侧舞台组成,带有舞台平移、升降、旋转、乐池升降和电动布景吊杆等设备,是亚洲最大、世界上最先进的舞台之一。600座的中剧场,供室内乐演出;200座的小剧场,供话剧、歌舞剧表演。还有12个大小不等的排练厅、练功房和各类制景室、化妆间以及宴会厅、文化展示厅、马克西姆咖啡厅、地下车库等辅助设施。
      上海大剧院简洁流畅的几何造型,皇冠般的白色弧形屋顶,古典的户外剧场和空中花园,象征着上海吸纳世界文化艺术的博大胸怀。
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