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Chinese musician Jin Tielin dies
Jin Tielin, renowned Chinese vocal professor, musician and former president of the China Conservatory of Music, died on Tuesday in Beijing at age 83.
Ancient instrument makes comeback in modern world
Musician Nie Yunlei reintroduces a 3,000 year-old reed-based organ into concert halls across China.
Universal to administer publishing for China's hits catalog
Universal Music Publishing China announced on Tuesday that it had signed an exclusive, global publishing agreement with RYCE Publishing.
Zheng Xiaoying shares Chinese symphony orchestra with the world
Vigorous, full of vitality and 93 years old, world-renowned Chinese conductor Zheng Xiaoying still shines on stage.
​Jean-Michel Jarre releases remastered 'Concerts in China'
World-renowned French electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre will release a remastered version of his historic live album "The Concerts in China" on Nov. 25 to mark its 40th anniversary.
Yueju Opera in the focus of music show Voice of China
A special season of the hit reality talent show Voice of Chinathat spotlights on Yueju Opera, a national intangible cultural heritage, will air on Zhejiang TV.
Pianist gives his aural feast a visual touch
Performing at the Beijing Concert Hall for the first time, Sun Yutong says that pieces such as Mussorgsky's well suit the venue.
An iconic performance
Musical by Chinese students that charts how legendary fashion designer overcame life's early struggles wins acclaim.
China Now Music Festival kicks off new season
China Now Music Festival kicked off its fifth season at the Lincoln Center in New York City.
Tickets sales begin for Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra's 2 concerts
Ticket sales for two concerts by the renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in Hong Kong began Monday, giving Hong Kong music lovers an opportunity to experience its acclaimed performances.
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