Enjoy a one night only solo concert for charity by the world renowned pianist Lang Lang on December 24, 2015 and combine it with a luxurious stay in a suite at Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen.
The Suite Music Package features accommodations in a two bedroom, 180 square metre Ambassador Suite for CNY 15,000 plus 15 percent service charge per night inclusive of four VIP concert tickets, or in a one bedroom, 103 square metre Deluxe Suite for CNY 4,500 plus 15 percent service charge per night inclusive of two VIP concert tickets. Accommodations include access to the exclusive Executive Club Lounge, which offers separate check-in and check-out area, premium high speed internet, complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea and cocktails with canapés daily, personalised concierge and other privileged services. The Suite Music Package is subject to availability and prior reservations required two days ahed of arrival.
In the spirit of Christmas, Lang Lang’s solo concert on December 24, 2015 at 7:30 pm will be held at Shenzhen University Yuanping Arena, and proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the university’s charitable projects. Co-sponsored by Handpicked Wines and Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen, this charity event showcases not only the talent of Lang Lang as a master pianist of this generation but his generosity to help the less fortunate.
At only 17 years of age, from the Liao Ning province, Lang Lang debuted on the global stage at the Gala of the Century concert held in Chicago, USA on in August 1999. His meteoric rise to fame continued with the winning of prestigious accolades such as Internationale Mendelssohn-Preis zu Leipzig, Classical Brits award, and seven ECHO Awards, to name a few. Last month, Lang Lang was awarded by Chateau de Versailles as its “first Ambassador of Arts.” He has been showcased as the featured soloist to some of the world’s most famous orchestras, including Philadelphia, Vienna, Berlin and New York’s Philharmonic orchestras. Hailed by Time Magazine as one of the influential people in the world in 2009, Lang Lang has through the years remained the symbol of China’s youth and the first globally acclaimed Chinese musician/artist.
On Christmas Eve, Lang Lang takes centrestage once more for a good cause, as he presents his new albumLang Lang in Paris, which feature Chopin’s Scherzi and Tchaikovsky’s The Seasons.