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Chinese heavyweight musicians to perform in NY
A concerto concert featuring Chinese cello superstar Yo-Yo Ma and pipa virtuoso Wu Man will take place in New York City (NYC) on March 6-9, marking the U.S. premiere of Chinese composer Zhao Lin's A Happy Excursion, a concerto for cello, orchestra and the Pipa, a four-stringed Chinese musical instrument.
Visiting Chinese professor to hold bamboo flute concert
Visiting Chinese professor Yuxiao Chen is to share with the audience a myriad of timbres of Dizi, one of China's oldest and well-known musical instruments, at the event co-sponsored by BU's Confucius Institute of Chinese Opera (CICO).
Conference on Chinese music education to be held in New York
Educators and performers from the United States, Canada and Europe will gather in New York City next week for a two-day conference on the developments and challenges of teaching Chinese music in the West.
Online album promoting traditional Chinese folk music released
China Record Group and 13 Month Cultural Communication have launched a project to revive traditional Chinese folk music.
Beijing Symphony Orchestra plans musical tribute to mark Women's Day
To mark International Women's Day, the Beijing Symphony Orchestra will stage a concert on Friday.
New program on traditional Chinese music to be launched
China Institute will launch a new educational program on traditional Chinese music in partnership with the Bard College Conservatory of Music (BCCM) on Sunday.
Introducing traditional Chinese music to Western world
Watching a Chinese New Year concert more than half a month ago, Chinese American composer and violinist Yang Gongqian is still exciting.
Number of online music users in China hits 576 mln
The number of Chinese online music users hit 576 million as of December 2018, accounting for 69.5 percent of the country's total online population, according to a statistical report on China's internet development.
Prepare for an audio-visual treat
Japanese musician Kitaro meets a children's choir for his upcoming China tour. The Grammy-winning composer and performer will bring an audio-visual experience to Chinese audiences.
Some of his childhood favorites
Lang Lang returns with new piano album after three years, titled Piano Book, which is scheduled to be released on March 29.
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