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Papanosh: A French musical collage
When you think about French music, what comes to mind? Romance perhaps or chanson or Alizee?
Blue Note jazzes up menu for spring
If you're heading to Beijing's Qianmen area this weekend for a jazzy night at one of Chick Corea's shows, it's also a good time to try Blue Note's new spring menu while you are there.
Beatles' home city to celebrate world's 1st rock-art album
A three-week long festival was announced Wednesday in Liverpool to celebrate the release 50 years ago of the iconic album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Internet propels the likes of Xu Weizhou to instant stardom
When singer Xu Weizhou arrived in Bangkok, he was astonished to see a frenzied mob of local fans screaming his name in Mandarin.
Singer Jolin Tsai covers fashion magazine
Singer Jolin Tsai covers fashion magazine.
UNESCO funding to promote Namibia's musical heritage
Namibia has received 87,125 U.S. dollars from the latest round of funding from UNESCO's International Fund for Cultural Diversity.
Legendary musician Chuck Berry dies at 90
American musician Chuck Berry, also known as 'father of Rock'n'Roll', was found dead at his home in St. Louis, Missouri on Saturday
Exhibition 'Imagine John Lennon' held in Germany
People visit the exhibition "Imagine John Lennon" at the Kurpfaelzische Museum in Heidelberg, Germany, on March 15, 2017.
Carnegie Hall opportunity excites Chinese violinist
Carnegie Hall is about a 25-minute walk from Wang Jiazhi's apartment. It's a favorite place to visit for the Chinese violinist, who has watched recitals there many times.
A most admired violinist to perform in Beijing
Japanese-born American violinist Midori Goto, one of the most admired violinists around the globe, is soon set to stage a concert in Beijing.
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