BEIJING, Aug. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Stand by for a night of rip-roaring fun on Friday 16 September 2016. Under the bright moon of the Mid-autumn Festival, Yanqi Hotel, managed by Kempinski, will present a dinner-dance extravaganza, featuring pulsating boogie, swing and jazz music themed to the swinging Beijing of the 1930s era.
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The Shake the Lake Night will feature the original line-up and orchestration of the unique International Boogie Music Festival from Austria. It brings a highly-acclaimed ensemble of charismatic and outstanding musicians who have performed around the world.
Tinkling the keys of the two Feurich grand pianos are Richie Loidl and Johnny Schutten, both proponents and creators of the authentic Shake the Lake festival in Austria. They present their Austrian piano-friend Christoph "Boogie Wolf" Steinbach, an ingenious pianist and singer who can play "faster than his shadow." Headlining the concert is Martin Schmitt from Munich, Germany, who is considered to be one of the most multitalented piano entertainers in Europe. "The voice" is represented by Nicolle Rochelle from the U.S. (now residing in Paris, France), a versatile, charismatic and internationally-successful musical star and dancer. Austrians Franz Trattner on drums and Peter Strutzenberger on double bass will support the show as a groovy rhythm section. After Friday the hotel will also invite those artists to join the Jazz & Boogie Brunch that follows at Waterside on 17 September. Pamper yourself with the superb gourmet brunch and enjoy the authentic live music while overlooking beautiful Yanqi Lake.
So dig out your glad rags and dust off your dancing shoes in preparation for a swinging night at Yanqi Island! "Guests are encouraged to get in the mood with a 1930s dress code of glamour and sophistication," says Brice Pean, General Manager of Sunrise Kempinski Hotel, Beijing & Yanqi Island. "The ladies might like to consider feather boas and a cute hat, while the gents need look no further than a white scarf and perhaps a silver-tipped cane," he adds with a smile, but assures us that guests are not obliged to be so extravagant.
*Festival ticket package starts from RMB 4,388. Please contact +86-6961-8888 x3604 for more information.
Sponsorship & Business Partners:
BMW, GUERLAIN, FIJI Water, Fu Hua Asset, GEOSTAR, ZHISLAND, Yanqi Jade Garden, Blueair, FEURICH, Salzkammergut
SOURCE Sunrise Kempinski Hotel, Beijing & Yanqi Island