World-famous Chinese pianist Lang Lang will perform a special piano concert in Beijing’s MasterCard Center on December 24.
He has been praised by musicians and critics around the world, and is the first Chinese pianist to be engaged by the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic and some top American orchestras.
For tickets, keep an eye on the Damai page where tickets will become available soon.
When: December 24, 19:30
Where: MasterCard Center, 万事达中心
69 Fuxinglu, Haidian District, Beijing
How Much: 280, 480, 680, 880, 1280, 1680 RMB
Getting There: Take Subway Line 1 to Wukesong Station (五棵松站).
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