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September-16-2021
2021 Olympic Park Concert returns to home base
The Olympic Park Concert will be held from Sept 28 to 30 and the tickets will go on sale soon, the organizers said at a press conference held at the National Indoor Stadium in Beijing on Sept 15.
September-14-2021
Spectrum music festival debuts in Switzerland
​The first edition of Spectrum Classic-Electronic Festival, a two-day event combining classic and electronic music, was held in Switzerland over the weekend.
September-10-2021
Architect to debut musical in Shanghai
A musical featuring a Chinese Canadian architect's affection for cities will debut at the Shanghai Grand Theater on Sept 22 and 23.
September-10-2021
Wuzhen Theatre Festival to return with more surprises, younger voices
Wuzhen Theatre Festival is back with a wide array of performances and activities running from October 15 to 24.
September-7-2021
Montreux Jazz Festival China to raise curtain
​Montreux Jazz Festival China is set to take place for the first time this October, in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, the festival's organizers said on Monday.
September-6-2021
Orchestrating success
The China Philharmonic Orchestra will open its new season with 18 concerts.
August-25-2021
Legendary music label relaunched
Arguably the most influential music label in Cantonese pop's golden era has recently returned to the Chinese mainland.
August-18-2021
Pop star Kris Wu formally arrested on suspicion of rape
Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu has been formally arrested on suspicion of rape, Beijing prosecutors announced Monday.
August-17-2021
Universal Music Group expands in China
World-leading record company, Universal Music Group (UMG), announced a significant expansion of its recorded music operations in China on Monday with the launch and relaunch of multiple labels.
August-11-2021
China to blacklist karaoke tracks containing harmful content
​China will create a blacklist for karaoke songs, banning those that contain harmful content at karaoke venues across the country, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism said on Tuesday.
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