DADAWA is playing at the Chan Centre to wrap up the explorASIAN festival

DADAWA is playing at the Chan Centre to wrap up the explorASIAN festival

Dadawa
is an internationally recognized musical performer that only a
few  people are aware of in Vancouver.  She has currently
been an artist in residence at UBC.  explorASIAN executive director Don Montgomery has been telling me stoked he is that Dadawa is performing in Vancouver.

The Chan Centre has really gone all out to bring in interesting
cross-cultural and inter-cultural artists to create a wonderful program
this year.  This should definitely be a show to watch this week!


Following information from www.explorasian.org

Tickets: $28 / $48 / $88-includes post concert reception with Dadawa and her band



Ticketmaster by phone at 604.280.3311 or www.ticketmaster.ca (plus service charges)


Chan Centre Ticket Office (in person only)




Group
tickets (10+) are available for only $20/person. (Regular price is
$28/person) Please quote the promo code “sevendays” when ordering from
Ticketmaster (standard ticketmaster fees apply) or purchase in person
at the Chan Centre. Limited quantity of group tickets are available.




Complimentary parking offered to all concert guests. Please use the Rose Garden parkade adjacent to the Chan Centre.







The 2007 explorASIAN Grand Finale Concert with International World Music Artist DADAWA (Zhu Zheqin 朱哲琴)





May 31, 2007 at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, University of British Columbia





Enjoy
a delightful evening of contemporary world music blended with the
traditional sounds of Pan Asia featuring international world music
artist DADAWA, presented by explorASIAN, the Chan Centre, and the Alma
Mater Society of UBC.





This concert is also a fundraiser for the Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society, presenters of the explorASIAN Festival.





Dadawa
(Zhu Zheqin 朱哲琴), is the first contemporary Chinese diva to achieve
worldwide stardom. Dadawa is a native of Changsha, Hunan. She has
traveled China and the world extensively as both a musician and
adventurer. She is considered to be the pioneer “indie” artist in
China, having independently produced her music, videos and films for
over a decade, and an ambassador of contemporary music from China.

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