[Cancelled] 2016-17 CONTEMPORALE Series: Angel Olsen

We are gutted to announce that Angel Olsen’s performance in Shanghai – Saturday, March 11 – is cancelled. Purchased tickets will be refunded, in full. Instructions are below.

Our huge apologies to all fans and ticket buyers: we’ve been working around the clock to try and make this show happen, but the circumstances, ultimately, were beyond our control.

We’re extremely sorry for the inconvenience and disappointment that this announcement may cause. A full statement from Angel Olsen’s management is below, in Chinese and English.

Refunds:
For refunds, please bring your physical tickets to the SSO’s ticketing office at 1380, Fuxing Middle Road during working hours (09:00 – 20:00) from February 27 to March 11, 2017. You can call the SSO at 4008210522, but please note that an English speaker may not be available at all times.

If you bought your ticket via 24/7 Tickets, please contact them at 021-5456-2471 for refund instructions. You can also email 24/7 Tickets at [email protected]

Please note that giveaway tickets, complimentary tickets and staff passes are not eligible for refunds; and that refunds will not be processed after the show date (March 11).

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About Contemporale:
The Contemporale series began in the autumn of 2014 as a collaboration between the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra and Split Works and hosts exciting contemporary musical acts in a classical music environment, at the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra’s new home in downtown Shanghai.

The 2014-15 season saw piano, guitar and strings from the Ukraine (Lubomyr Melnyk), Canada (Moonface) and the US (Bill Callahan).  The 2015-16 season saw seven sold-out shows from six artists, including three performances in the 1,200 seat Concert Hall. These ranged from the neo-classical (Olafur Arnalds), avant-pop (Julia Holter) and baroque (John Grant) to alt-rock (Destroyer), folk (Damien Rice) and modern country (Lambchop).

About Split Works:
Split Works has been rocking in the free (ish) world since 2006. Working with inspirational artists from across the globe, the good people at Split Works HQ have been a key contributor to the continued rise of China’s music scene.

Split Works has launched five music festivals and promoted over 400 tours to 30 Chinese cities, always striving to stay true to a familiar refrain: the music has to be special, every single time. From Godspeed You! Black Emperor to Sonic Youth, from Thee Oh Sees to Mac Demarco and Shabazz Palaces, from Black Rabbit to JUE and Wooozy  to Concrete & Grass. We love music, we love China and we love you.

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