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Jazz and traditional Chinese musicians and instruments come together in a rare collaboration this Sunday, June 22 at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.
A presentation by the Vancouver Chinese Instrumental Music Society, Jasmine Jazz gathers together musicians who don’t normally share a stage – Chinese folk instrumentalists and jazz musicians.
From food and drink festivals to theatre, music, and culture, this weekend has something for everything. Read on for our top picks for things to do in Vancouver this weekend!
It’s a classic Vancouver traveler’s dilemma: You’ve just got to experience the iconic Capilano Suspension Bridge, 460 feet of knee-quaking adventure. And you’ve just got to see Stanley Park, the 1,000-acre oceanside forest in the heart of the city. And you’ve just got to check out the inspired Emily Carr canvasses inside the Vancouver Art Gallery. And that doesn’t even put a dent in your Vancouver bucket list.
Fortunately, doing it all just got a little easier. Travelers to Vancouver who make a hotel reservation before June 30 (for a stay anytime before the end of the year) get deep discounts on the city’s top attractions.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden opens its spring season with a big emphasis on promoting health and wellness. In May, the Garden presents two workshops and a talk & demonstration session by renowned Chinese kungfu master Zhang Yuxuan. On May 9 and May 11, Master Zhang will introduce two forms of Chinese Kungfu – Five Elements Qigong and Daoist Taichi.
Grab your yoga mat, and get your downdog on amongst Koi ponds and the new art installation this Thursday, July 12th at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.
Chinatown’s landmark Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a gorgeous venue for outdoor summer concerts: when you’re there—the starry lights twinkling, the music pouring over you—it feels like you’re a world away from the city. It’s magical.
Every summer, in July and August, the Chinese Garden hosts Enchanted Evenings on Friday nights, a series of outdoor world music concerts performed at the Garden’s exquisite outdoor and indoor spaces.