Monday, December 21, 2009

Chinese New Year Celbrations

Dear Friends,


Enjoy a cultural extravaganza for the whole family and kick off a roaring
Year of the Tiger!

Join the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company for a vibrant celebration of the Chinese New Year at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center's Victoria Theater in Newark on Saturday, February 13, and Sunday, February 14, at 2 pm.

Our program will feature the traditional favorite Lion Dance along with other exciting and colorful works performed by the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company. We will also present new Chinese dances by guest choreographers Wei Chen and Min Zhou, and feature the Chinese Music Ensemble of New York, the oldest, largest, and only full-scale Chinese orchestra in the United States and the Americas. To top it all off, renowned paper-cut master Ho-Tien Cheng will be on hand to provide you with his unique take-home art for the Chinese New Year.

After the performance, join us for a special Chinese New Year Banquet at the newly renovated Chinatown Restaurant, just two minutes away in nearby Harrison, NJ. Five-star, award-winning Chef Ni will create just for us spectacular Chinese New Year dishes not available on his regular menu. The feast will be an occasion not to be missed.

So don't wait. Call us at (800) 650-0246 to reserve your tickets today (details below). We'll see you soon! And don't forget to tell your friends.

Price includes one admission to the performance and post-performance Banquet
Adults $75
Children (age 12 and under) $25
Special discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.

Dance and Music Performance
2 pm
NJPAC's Victoria Theater
One Center Street
Newark, NJ
Click here to purchase performance tickets only

New Year's Banquet
4 pm
Chinatown Restaurant
218 Harrison Avenue
Harrison, NJ
Click here for gala banquet reservation form

To learn about the benefits available to corporate sponsors or how your company can become a Corporate Sponsor of this event, please call 1-800-650-0246, email us or click here.

Happy Holidays,


Andy Chiang
Executive Director
Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company

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