Kunqu Opera Museum and Juan Tan Museum are in the same Zhangjia Lane, less than 100 meters apart. The library is mainly composed of picture and text introduction, video and audio materials, with stage and no performance announcement. Kunqu Opera Museum has a treasure of the town hall, the ancient cultural relics - Baohe Hall famous lantern, it is very worth seeing. The dramatic relics of the late Qing Dynasty are extremely exquisite and gorgeous. From this exquisite and extraordinary lamp-bearer, we can imagine the scene of the prosperous period of Kunqu Opera. The appearance is Pavilion type, carved from rosewood and boxwood, with jade pendant treasures on all sides, which is gorgeous and exquisite. In the old days, large families invited hall members to come to their home concert. They should dismantle the hall lamp holder and assemble it in their master's living room. It's very exquisite. The whole hall name is composed of 179 large and small fine-cut components and 112 ornaments. There are white lion poles, double eaves and coral gems. There are lotus glass lanterns at the top, because they are products of the late Qing Dynasty. At that time, there were electric lamps, which were brilliant and very beautiful.
The Kunqu Opera Museum of China is located in Suzhou, the birthplace of Kunqu Opera. It is located in the historic preservation block of Pingjiang, an ancient city. It is a key cultural relic preservation unit in China. It has the most exquisite ancient stage in Suzhou and is open to the public free of charge. Museums mainly focus on exhibition, exhibition, collection and research. There are special performances of Kunqu Opera weekly. The most worthwhile thing to see is the ancient stage here, which is beautifully constructed and the best place to watch the performance of the ancient stage. There are Kunqu Wenmu carvings and brick carvings hanging on the walls of the two compartments. Visitors and visitors can watch Kunqu opera performances or enjoy tea leisurely.
Kunqu Opera Museum of China is located in Pingjiang Historical Reserve, an ancient city of Suzhou. The museum now contains all kinds of cultural relics, ancient books and precious historical materials of Kunqu Opera and other operas. It is the only professional art museum in China that integrates the history, culture and art of Kunqu Opera. It aims at exhibition, exhibition, preservation, utilization and research, and creates a harmonious and unified humanistic environment for Kunqu Opera art originating in Gusu. Kunqu Opera, "Mother of Hundred Operas", was originally a strand of voiceless sounds from Kunshan. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, under the nourishment of landscape gardens, the north and the South radiated, and people competed to sing. Peking Opera, Yueju Opera, Sichuan Opera and many other kinds of operas, all draw nourishment from the singing and body of Kunqu Opera. With a smile and a sigh, the actors strive for excellence in the established performance program. They are art itself. Peony Pavilion, the Pearl of Kunqu opera art, is visiting Suzhou gardens. It's amazing that talented people and beautiful women dream of love. We only have a time to play and listen to the essence of Kunqu Opera for 600 years.
The Kunqu Museum of China is located in the Jin Guild Hall of Zhangjiaxiang, Pingjiang Road, the ancient city of Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, where Kunqu Opera originated. It shows many cultural relics and materials of Kunqu Opera to the world, as well as intangible traditional Kunqu opera artistic supplies for singing and dancing. There are also traditional performing places and performing environments, so that Kunqu Opera, the living fossil of ancient Chinese opera, can be displayed in front of the audience in its original flavor. It is a very worthwhile place to visit.
Kunqu Opera Museum, because of its intangible cultural heritage, is obviously much larger than the next Suzhou Museum of Pingtan Evaluation. Kunqu Opera's clothing is really beautiful and gorgeous, beautiful and beautiful. There are many museums in Kunqu Opera Museum, but it feels that Kunqu Opera is going downhill. Unfortunately, Changshengdian is a well-known tune.
Kunqu Opera Museum not only displays a lot of things related to Kunqu Opera art, but also the Quanjin Guild Hall in ancient times. In addition to the stage and pavilions, the rockery pavilions and ponds are all available, which is very worth visiting. (Museums are free)
Pingjiang Road in Suzhou is very good. It falls in love at first sight. New store furnishings, with a sense of history of the house, complement each other, from time to time there is the sound of commenting on the silk and bamboo, far away from the ear and sounded a strong Kunqu opera, revealing a strong long-standing cultural connotation! ________ The Kunqu Opera Museum is open here, and it is really a place of choice. The Kunqu Opera Museum is very large. After entering, there are many courtyards. Unfortunately, they are not open to the outside world. In the first room, there was a stage lined with costumes and musical instruments. Inside, there are tea rooms on the second floor and a lot of antiques. Outside the courtyard, there is a tall ancient stage, imagine the scene where the former dignitaries and dignitaries listened to the theatre and applauded. Opposite the stage, there are many introductions about Kun Opera.
Wandering around Suzhou, Pingjiang Road is my first choice. Here is the combination of quiet and noise, classical and modern. Along Pingjiang Road, there are many alleys. One of them, turning into the street, you can see the Kunqu Opera Museum with 30 tickets per person, live singing and live accompaniment.
Not very familiar with these traditional Ci and Qu cultures, this trip is quite fruitful. China's culture is really extensive and profound. So many senior art festivals are admirable. Unfortunately, there are no live audiences, but videos can be seen, which is very interesting.