上海美国中心和EducationUSA请到了弗吉尼亚大学的无伴奏男声合唱团Academical Village People（AVP）来和大家进行对话。拥有15名成员的Academical Village People 曾在卡内基音乐厅举办的国际学院式无伴奏合唱锦标赛上获得过第三名的好成绩，在美国国内相当有知名度。此次带领合唱团来中国的是美国人乐小虎（Michael Ludwick），中文流利他是弗吉尼亚大学校友，目前在广州运营一个致力于中美歌唱交流的文化机构。
The Shanghai American Center and EducationUSA invite you to a concert and discussion with “Academical Village People”(AVP), University of Virginia’s award-winning, all-male collegiate a cappella student club AVP is a nationally recognized group ranked third place by the International Championship of College A Cappella at Carnegie Hall. The tour will be led by Michael Ludwick, better known in China as 乐小虎, a Chinese-speaking, American UVA alumnus of AVP, now based in Guangzhou, where he runs a cultural organization to promote cultural exchange between U.S. and China through singing.
We are pleased to give our local audiences, especially parents and high school students interested in studying in the U.S., this opportunity to experience American student culture in person and to ask questions of current American students about the importance of student-led clubs and residential college culture in the United States.
Academical Village People此次中国之行是由弗吉尼亚大学全球事务办公室和学生事务办公室赞助的，旨在庆祝中美教育交流40周年。现场演出后有问答环节。
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of educational exchanges between the U.S. and China, AVP's tour of China is sponsored by the University of Virginia Global Affairs Office and Student Affairs Office. Please join the ShAC and EducationUSA to welcome this 15-member group for this concert followed by audience Q&A.
*You must bring a valid physical photo ID (national ID, driver’s license, or passport) in order to enter the Shanghai American Center. Copies or pictures of IDs will not be accepted. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to allow enough time for security screening.
*Please make sure the name used to register for the event matches the name on your ID.
*Please be aware that laptops are prohibited in the Shanghai American Center, and we are unable to provide storage.
*Press inquiries should be directed to the U.S. Consulate Shanghai Press Office.