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July-19-2018
Chinese musical wins top award at Daegu festival
A number of theater groups from across the world staged their musical productions in the southern city of Daegu.
July-18-2018
308 choirs to participate in China International Chorus Festival
More than 15,000 members of 308 choirs will participate in the 14th China International Chorus Festival.
July-18-2018
Study program hits high note
Teachers and students from around the world gather in Beijing this month to take part in a summer camp that aims to promote the nation's traditional music worldwide.
July-17-2018
Devotee strings along a musical legacy
The ancient instrument's future, a cornerstone of Jing culture, has been secured largely thanks to the efforts of one dedicated man, Su Chunfa.
July-17-2018
Ancient China comes alive in heart of modern city
Chen Mingwei leads a group of young people to perform an ancient Chinese musical art called Nanyin in Jinjiang city.
July-15-2018
308 choirs to participate in China International Chorus Festival
More than 15,000 members of 308 choirs from across the globe will participate in the 14th China International Chorus Festival (CICF), the organizers said.
July-14-2018
World's largest annual music festival kicks off
The world's largest music started its annual season on Friday evening at London's Royal Albert Hall (RAH), heralding a series of daily concerts of classical, jazz, choral and live music that runs until September.
July-13-2018
Dunhuang concert brings history to life
Six ancient musical instruments depicted on paintings in Dunhuang Caves have been reproduced for a Dunhuang Music concert scheduled for September in the desert oasis of northwest China's Gansu Province.
July-12-2018
Hong Kong to hold 2nd e-Sports & Music Festival
Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) announced on Wednesday that the Second e-Sports & Music Festival Hong Kong would be staged next month, featuring three international e-sports tournaments and expected to attract more young visitors to Hong Kong.
July-10-2018
Keeping the scores: China's classical history compiled
A new project will chronicle the history of Chinese symphonic music and compile rare scores and recordings into one special collection.
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