On the evening of March 12, a performance of "Suite for Cello Unaccompanied" was staged at the National Center for the Performing Arts, marking the first time that the National Center for the Performing Arts opened its doors to welcome foreign artists after three years.
Internationally renowned cellist Jan Vogler took the stage in the Concert Hall of the National Center for the Performing Arts and presented Bach's complete set of "Suites for Unaccompanied Cello" to the audience. This three-hour performance was also hailed as a "marathon" concert by the industry.
The Baroque music master Bach's "Cello Cello Suite" is not only a model of a cappella music, but also regarded as a touchstone for the skills and cultivation of cellists. "Suite" tests the performer's talent and courage, and for the audience, this is also an extremely rare music appreciation experience.
This performance is also an important symbol for foreign artists to enter China. As a national performing arts platform, the National Center for the Performing Arts actively opens the door to "invite in" culture and art, and continues to promote and deepen high-quality exchanges and mutual learning between Chinese and foreign civilizations. After the internationally renowned cellist Jan Vogler took the stage, more internationally renowned artists will also appear on the stage of the National Center for the Performing Arts in the future. Master-gathered and star-studded international performances will once again light up the artistic starry sky in Beijing.