Kunqu Opera Show in Beijing

Kunqu  Opera,  also  known  as  Kunju  or  Kun  opera,  is  one  of  the  oldest  forms  of  opera  still  existing  in  China,  with  its  origins  dating  back  to  the  Yuan  dynasty  (1271-1368).  It  has  distinguished  itself  by  the  virtuosity  of  its  rhythmic  patterns  (changqiang)  and  has  exerted  a  dominant  influence  on  all  the  more  recent  forms  of  opera  in  China,  including  the  Sichuan  and  Beijing  operas.

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Kunqu Opera Show in Beijing

[ A show of Kunqu Opera - The Peony Pavilion ]
The Peony Pavilion is a play written by Tang Xianzu in the Ming Dynasty and first performed in 1598 at the Pavilion of Prince Teng.

[ After a show, the performers all come out to show appreciation to the audience. ]