Eva Lind, world famous soprano singer, will be performing at the Dalian People’s Culture Club, March 30. Born in Innsbruck, Austria, by the time she was 19 she had already appeared at the Vienna State Opera, performing the Night Queen, a classic excerpt ofthe opera Magic Flute and was gaining great success.
So far, Eva Lind has recorded opera works, such as The Tales of Hoffmann conducted by Jeffrey Tate and Der Freischutz conducted by Colin Davis, as well as dozens of personal singing records.
When: March 30, 19:15
Where: People’s Culture Club, 8 Zhongshan Square, 552, Zhongshan Lu, Zhongshan District, Dalian
How much: 100, 200, 350, 500, 580 RMB
Getting there: Take buses 7, 15, 16 or others to Zhongshan square (中山广场) stop and alight
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