+ 1 (707) 877-4321
+ 33 977-198-888

Chinese Opera: A Tradition of over 200 years

Traditional Chinese Opera used to be performed by men only. Men performed both female and male parts. They had to learn to sing and sound like a woman. In recent years, women now also perform in the Chinese Opera. Today to become a Super Star , the singer must not only excel as a singer but excel as a top dancer, acrobat and know movments of Kung F Harry Weisburd
http://www.HarryWeisburd.com - June 16 2007

Chinese Opera Paintings by Harry Weisburd
Oakland Asian Cultural Center - Oakland, CA USA United States of America

  An  Exhibition of Chinese Opera Paintings by Harry Weisburd. is on exhibit at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center, 388 Ninth Street, Suite 290, Oakland, California.  The exhibition runs from June through December, 2007, and the galleries are open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The tradition of Chinese Opera goes back at least 200 years. The style of opera of singing depended on the dialect spoken , either Mandarin or  Cantonese.  Each city also had it's own style of scenic design and lighting.


 "Stairway to Heaven " 3D Art   Traditionally painted Watercolor , CONVERTS TO 3D IMAGE with clear lens glasses.

 Chinese Opera: A Tradition of over 200 years   Traditional Chinese Opera used to be performed by men only. Men performed both female and male parts. They had to learn to sing and sound like a woman. In recent years, women now also perform in the Chinese Opera. Today to become a Super Star , the singer must not only excel as a singer but excel as a top dancer, acrobat and know movments of Kung F




You don't have flash installed.
EMAIL- EMAIL- EMAIL- EMAIL- EMAIL- * A