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Classic opera 'The Troubadour' to be staged in Beijing
"The Troubadour," a four-act opera by Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi, will hit the stage of the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) from Oct. 23 to 27 in Beijing.
Dance exhibition takes steps in the right direction
An ongoing exhibition in Beijing, titled Dance Only Exists When It Is Performed, offers comparative perspective of modern dance.
'Butterfly Lovers' to debut in US Seattle
The award-winning classical Chinese dance drama "The Butterfly Lovers" is to make debut at Marion Oliver McCaw Hall in Seattle, Washington state, next week as part of an arts festival currently unfolding in the United States.
Ballet 'The Nutcracker' to stage in Beijing
​The classic ballet "The Nutcracker" will bring its timeless score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, exquisite dance, evocative music and festive air to Beijing audiences on Sept. 15.
Chinese high school chorus to perform at NCPA
Jinfan chorus, a Chinese high school chorus, will perform a concert at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) on Sept. 10, also known as Teachers' Day.
China National Peking Opera Company performs in Xinjiang
The China National Peking Opera Company (CNPOC) has offered audiences in Karamay, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a chance to feel the charm of Peking opera.
German writer Michael Ende's 'Momo' to be staged in China
​German writer Michael Ende's "Momo" will be put on stage as a play from Friday to Sunday at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing.
Theater festival to stage Chinese, foreign masterpieces
​The third Lao She Theater Festival, set to be held from Sept. 19 to Nov. 23, will bring 12 widely-known plays from China, the United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, France and Macedonia to audiences in Beijing.
Guangzhou Ballet makes NYC debut at Lincoln Center
Guangzhou Ballet, a renowned Chinese troupe, made its New York City debut Saturday night, Aug. 17, at the David H. Koch Theater of Lincoln Center.
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