Mountain View Theater
The Mountain View Theater is a 328-seat auditorium that marks the crown of the Sea World Culture and Arts Center. With views overlooking Nanshan mountain, a third-floor foyer opening up into a terrace, and a fourth-floor foyer overlooking the roof garden, the theatre will be a place to host lectures and performances.
The size of the auditorium is equivalent to the best seating area in a large theater, providing the audience with an exclusive experience to high quality performing art programs.
What's in Mountain View Theater -
Classical Music Season: with its delicate acoustic design, all element within the Mountain View Theater melds to define the space to be a professional concert hall for chamber music and chorus. Top rated musicians are invited from all around the world each year for the selected audience from Shenzhen.
The Beauty in Asian Instruements: a collection of concerts that illustrate the tonal and visual charms of the Asian music and a sensational experience of various cultures. Blending traditional elements with the innovative, the masters of traditional Asian instruments tell a unique story of ritual and spiritual beauty of ancient memories.
Family Progams: being located in the most livable and diverse part of the city, the Mountain View Theater is one of the best destination for family entertainments on weekends and public vacations. A global selection of family programs are a great treat for the young audience and their parents.
Avant-Garde Projects: having played a vital part in China's Open-up and Reform, Shekou always has a keen sense of the new. Latest and experimental performing art projects set their stage in Mountian View Theater, welcomed by an dare-to-try audience who expect the unknown.
in Live Music
A highly regarded pianist of the 20th Century, Stephen Kovacevich is particularly known for his original approach to the standard classical repertoire. He studied with Dame Myra Hess, a highly influential teacher who were recognized and encouraged Kovacevich's affinity with Beethoven's music, particularly the works form his late period. The Autumn of 2020 sees 80th birthday of the Maestro and his first visit to Mountain View Theater. To mark the occasion, he will be performing a repertoire of Bach and Beethoven’...