What is Chinese Cultural Performance?
Chinese cultural performance may include a variety of Chinese performing arts, including music (ruan, xun, banhu/qinhu and drum performances), shadow play, puppetry, acrobatics, Chinese opera, as well as Quyi (spoken and sung arts). Quyi performance acts can include Xiangsheng (comic dialogue), Errenzhuan, Kuaishu, Kuaiban, Kuaibanshu, Beijing Danxian (monochord), Suzhou Pingtan, Jingyun Dagu, Xihe Dagu, Meihua Dagu, and Pingshu. Chinese cultural performance may also refer to performance art that has been developed in areas like Tibet, Xinjiang, and Mongolia, and may include Tibetan dances (Guoxie, Duixie, Langmaxie, Qamo, etc.), Tibetan opera, Twelve Muqam, Dasitan, Nuo dance, Nuo drama, and Grand Songs of the Dong minority. Event management companies can help you identify the best entertainment option for corporate events featuring elements of the Chinese cultural heritage.
Are you hosting a private party for Chinese partners, investors, shareholders, or board members? Do you hope to make your Chinese staff feel welcome in your company by offering them a Chinese cultural performance? Are you trying to promote an organizational culture that embraces the values of multiculturalism? Are you planning to attract more visitors to your exhibition stand by featuring a Chinese cultural performance? These are all good opportunities to enhance your reputation and foster an inclusive working environment.
Event management companies can help you select the type of Chinese cultural performance that is most suitable for your event. They can also help you find the right venue, plan your budget and select the most appropriate artists and vendors. With help from your event manager, you will also be able to get the most advantageous contracts and save money, as well as time.