CI Will Celebrate Its 5th Anniversary with a Chinese Operas Concert on Oct. 24

pekingoperaThe Confucius Institute at the University of Delaware will celebrate its 5th anniversary with a Chinese Operas Concert at Gore Recital Hall in the Roselle Center for the Fine Arts on UD campus on Saturday October 24, 2015. The celebration will start at 7:30pm with an exhibition highlighting the Institute’s programs and events in the past five years and an hors d’oeuvres reception, followed by a one-hour performance at 8:00pm. The concert features world class professional Chinese opera artists bringing performances of classic excerpts from Peking Opera, Kunqu Opera, Sichuan Opera and other art forms.

Direction and parking instruction for Gore Recital Hall in the Roselle Center for the Arts are here:

We remind all the audience that Gore Recital Hall sits only 200 people. SO RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW! General admissions only.

You may reserve the tickets now using three methods:

1. Fill out the form below or click HERE for the form.
2. Call the Confucius Institute at 302-831-7188 or 302-831-7190
3. Email Please provide your name, a valid email address and a phone number when you email.

You will receive reservation confirmation via email and your ticket(s) will be held at door before the concert. Please observe courtesy by informing us cancellation if you decide not to come to the concert so that we can release the tickets to other people.

Thank you for your support to the UDCI. We look forward to seeing you at the concert. Stay tuned for more information.

Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration on Sept. 25 at Gore Hall

mid-autumn-2015The Mid-Autumn Festival (a.k.a the Moon Festival) has been celebrated on the 15th day of the lunar August every year by Chinese people since 3,000 years ago.  This year the date is on Sunday September 27th.  The UDCI is bringing a classic celebration of this traditional holiday to the UD campus on next Friday September 25 at Gore Hall 303.

Celebration starts at 5:00PM on Friday September 25, 2015. Come and enjoy a story about the Festival, some art performances, the classic lantern riddles and the moon cakes. Light refreshments and beverages will be served.

Direction and parking instruction see here:

The event is FREE to the public.