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Kenny G serenades China

(China Daily)

08:54, May 07, 2012

World-renowned saxophonist Kenny G's Going Home will be performed in China this month. The musician, with global sales totaling more than 75 million albums, will play his classic Going Home and present his rendition of Chinese folk song, Jasmine.

Fans of Kenny G can become immersed in his emotional performance and see for themselves, the skills of this Grammy winner. Kenny G holds the Guinness world record of playing the saxophone for the longest time. He used a soprano saxophone to play melodies in F major for 45 minutes and 47 seconds.

His first stop in China is in Wuhan on May 11, followed by Guangzhou on May 12 and Shenzhen on May 13.

8 pm, May 12. Symphony Hall, Xinghai Concert Hall, 3 Qingbo Lu, Er-sha Island, Yuexiu district, Guangzhou. 020-8735-2222.


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