National Centre for the Performing Arts-a pearl on the west side of Tiananmen Square in Beijing, a landmark building in one of the new "Beijing Sixteen Views", the world's largest dome, Asia's largest pipe organ, Asia's largest theater complex, and Beijing's deepest public building.More
National Centre for the Performing Arts-a pearl on the west side of Tiananmen Square in Beijing, a landmark building in one of the new "Beijing Sixteen Views", the world's largest dome, Asia's largest pipe organ, Asia's largest theater complex, and Beijing's deepest public building.
The National Grand Theater of China has a semi-ellipsoidal appearance and is located on the west side of Tiananmen Square and the Great Hall of the People in the center of Beijing. As a very unique modern building, it is one of the new "Beijing Sixteen Views" landmark building. Inside the National Centre for the Performing Arts, there are an opera house, a concert hall, a theater, a small theater, etc. The auxiliary building facilities include artificial lakes, cultural squares, underwater corridors, art corridors and so on. It is not a performance function in time, but also a must-see scene in Beijing. Tickets for the National Grand Theater are 30 yuan. But I still want to have the opportunity to watch a show at the National Grand Theater😍
Masterpiece! It's worth the whole trip. I strongly recommend
Despite the horrible destruction of the hutongs that were in this area, the "egg in the water", as it is sometimes called in Beijing, magnificent opera and concerts take place. The architecture inside is compelling and made entirely in glass, steel and the vault is of brasilian wood. Three concert halls in there.
The National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing (國家大劇院) is also fondly known as the bird's egg by the locals because of its silhouette that resembles an egg on its side This is one magnificent structure that is actually an island since it is surrounded by a moat like body of water. To access the concert halls, one has to cross an underwater tunnel that is made of glass. The effect is really cool as you can still look up and see the sky through the moving water above. Once arrived at the main building, the awe effects continue as the interior of the structure is just as massive and imposing as its exteriors in an artistic way. What a proud building to represent the arts and culture for the nation.
The National Centre for the Performing Arts aka The Egg is a stunning piece of architecture in the center of the city. When it was built, there was some controversy about its modern design, but now it's a beloved building and the heart of preforming arts in the city. Don't miss the chance to see it lit up at night.
Very impressive and imposing structure adjacent to Tiananmen Square. Remember the Olympics?