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December-29-2017
Greek rebetiko listed UNESCO's list
Over a century since it was first played at cafes and tavernas of the poor on the Greek mainland and the Greek-speaking parts of the Ottoman Empire, rebetiko, dubbed the Greek blues, has now been inscribed on UNESCO's 2017 list of intangible cultural heritage.
December-28-2017
Austrian conductor to lead New Year concerts in Shanghai
Austrian conductor Franz Welser-Most will lead the Shanghai Opera House orchestra in its New Year concerts.
December-26-2017
China's symphony orchestra performs in Nepal to mark New Year
A special performance by China's Tianjin Symphony Orchestra was launched here on Sunday evening to celebrate the upcoming New Year 2018 and to enhance Sino-Nepal cultural exchanges.
December-24-2017
Golden Bell Awards winner releases debut album
Butterfly Chien, a host on popular television show 100% Entertainment, has showcased her talent for singing by releasing a six-track album titled Black Butterfly.
December-18-2017
French pianist to launch China tour with new album
French pianist and composer Julien Gelas is going to launch a China tour by visiting seven cities, including Beijing, Hangzhou and Chengdu, from Jan 5 to Feb 4, in support of his new album, L'eclaircie.
December-13-2017
EXO's 'Ko Ko Bop' music video tops 100 mln views
​South Korean boy band EXO's "Ko Ko Bop" music video topped 100 million views in the global video-sharing platform, the band's management company said Tuesday.
December-11-2017
Pianist Niuniu ambitious about composing pop music
20-year-old Chinese pianist Zhang Shengliang, best known by his stage name Niuniu, has confirmed he's trying his hand at pop music.
December-8-2017
Online contest for young singers kicks off in Beijing
An online contest for young singers aiming to promote positive energy on the internet kicked off in Beijing on Thursday.
November-26-2017
Chinese student wins top prize at international viola contest
A 20-year old Chinese student studying at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in Britain has won a top prize in an international competition, Birmingham City University announced Saturday evening.
November-24-2017
One-armed violinist prepares to take a bow
A man who lost a limb after a traffic accident is learning to play the instrument in a bid to overcome his disability and regain control of his life.
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