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Chinese teen idol shines spotlight on rural education
UNICEF Special Advocate for Education Wang Yuan, a member of Chinese pop band TFBOYS, has called for increased support to improve the quality of rural education in China.
Tianjin festival offers a feast for city's opera fans
In 1978, the China National Opera House staged Giuseppe Verdi's opera La Traviata, which was conducted by Zheng Xiaoying in Tianjin.
Li Quan to play Blue Note Beijing
Chinese singer-songwriter Li Quan will play a show at Blue Note Beijing on Nov 16, with his band, which features jazz pianist Huang Jianyi, double bass player Ren Yuqing, trumpet player Hu Danfeng, saxophonist Li Shihai and percussionist An Yu. Li will perform a remix of his pop hits in a jazz style.
US organ inspires musicians to enhance cultural ties
With her fingers dancing along a four-tier keyboard and her head swaying with the rhythm, Fang Site sits in front of a four-storey high pipe organ, the audience watching her in awe.
China's Saxophone Village looks to the future
This Monday marked the 203rd birthday Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the saxophone. The Belgian could never have imagined that over a hundred years after his death his invention would become the lifeblood of a small Chinese village.
Hungarian theater director fired after abuse scandal
The management of the Hungarian Operetta Theater fired Miklos Gabor Kerenyi, the theater's artistic director, on Tuesday with immediate effect, after an actor of the theater said he had been abused by him back in 1994.
Chinese musicians play way to build bridge for East, West cultural exchange
With the final note ending at the last movement of Johannes Brahms' last symphony, the music worked up to a rousing finale as the audience of more than 2,000 clapped and cheered for minutes in standing ovation at San Francisco's Davies Symphony Hall Sunday evening, witnessing a new chapter of China-America cultural exchange in years.
Berlin Philharmonic returns to Shanghai with sellout shows
All the tickets for the two upcoming Berlin Philharmonic concerts in Shanghai sold out within 26 hours on Sept 17 and 18, a record for a live performance.
China reports music industry growth
China's music industry saw year-on-year growth of 7.8 percent in its output value in 2016, exceeding 325 billion yuan (49 billion U.S. dollars), according to an industry report.
Chinese musicians bring music to Philadelphia communities
In the eyes of Li Zhixiang, delegation head of China's National Center for the Performing Arts Orchestra (NCPAO), the Philadelphia Orchestra, one of NCPAO's most famed strategic partners, carries special weight to him and his team.
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