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June-20-2018
Classy sounds from a golden age
Violinist Ray Chen has just released a new album where he interprets celebrated pieces with his signature flair and ingenuity.
June-18-2018
Foreign vocalists encouraged to enter int'l competition
Foreign participants have been encouraged to enter an upcoming annual international vocal competition as a prize will be awarded for the best performance of a Chinese classical song by a singer whose mother tongue is not Mandarin.
June-14-2018
University opens door for blind student with piano gift
Wang He, 20, a blind but gifted piano player from northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, is busy preparing for his college life in Beijing, while his peers are waiting for their university entrance exam results.
June-14-2018
Classical collaboration
Yu Long and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra signed an exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon on June 7.
June-14-2018
Ningbo International Vocal Competition gets October date
​The dates for the 2018 Ningbo International Vocal Competition, which invites young international singers to perform Chinese art songs, have been announced this week.
June-13-2018
Fans poke fun at fugitives collared at Cheung's concerts
Hong Kong pop icon Jacky Cheung, who is acclaimed as the "King of Pop" thanks to his long career in showbiz, has now got a new title.
June-13-2018
Mok makes a mark again
This year marks 25 years for Hong Kong singer-actress Karen Mok Man-wai in the entertainment industry.
June-13-2018
New kind of music
When the first season of The Rap of China, a reality show on hip-hop was premiered, it attracted 3 billion views within three months.
June-12-2018
Wax figure of HK rocker Wong Ka-kui evokes nostalgia
Iconic lead vocalist Wong Ka-kui from the Hong Kong rock band Beyond was inducted into Madame Tussauds Beijing on June 8, 25 years after he passed away in a concert accident.
June-12-2018
London Symphony Orchestra to perform in Beijing
The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) is scheduled to appear at China's prime theater, the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), the evening of June 21 in Beijing.
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