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Timeless classic
The National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing set to thrill fans with Mozart's timeless classical Don Giovanni.
Forum examines role played by technology in music
Leaders of China's classical music community examined how technology and digital media are changing symphonies, orchestras and the field at a forum in Shenzhen.
NYC enjoys Peking Opera
An authentic Peking Opera show staged by performers from both China and the United States drew a crowd of over 500 enthusiastic fans in New York on the afternoon of Nov. 17.
Lebanese show off Chinese song skills
Lebanese students were excited to take part in the Ambassador's Cup on Sunday, a Chinese singing contest and show off their skills to the audience.
Musician displays humor in his memoir
In his memoir, Let's Go (So We Can Get Back), Jeff Tweedy, frontman of the US rock band Wilco, displays a sense of humor that his audiences will know well from his onstage banter.
Int'l music festival brings art music to W. China
​Celebrated conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the Berlin Philharmonic kicked off an international music festival in northwest China's Shaanxi Province Tuesday evening.
Banding together
Southern China's Jiulian Zhenren beats off competition from nine other music groups to win a major contest.
Ancient Peking Opera finds new fans in NY
It was a cold evening on Friday at Buffalo, the second largest city in the U.S. state of New York as the temperature dropped down to 36 oF (2 oC) after a day's heavy wet snow.
Beijing prepares to be blown away by US Civil War classic
The world premiere of an English-language musical version of Gone With the Wind will be staged in Beijing from Nov. 30 to Dec. 9.
Holding the key for art education
The Exchange and Cooperation Forum for International New Era Art Education was held at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.
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