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Chinese artist's cello concerto to make US premiere
Renowned Chinese artist Tan Dun's Cello Concerto: Intercourse of Fire and Water will make its U.S. premiere at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City on Sunday.
Concert to commemorate poet's nostalgic prose
The Mu Xin Art Museum will hold a concert inspired by the poem in his hometown of Wuzhen, where Mu lived a large part of his life, on Dec. 21.
China-Vietnam friendship singing contest promotes ties
The ninth edition of China-Vietnam Friendship Singing Contest, which concluded here on Saturday night, helped step up cultural exchanges between the two countries and foster music talents.
Kris Wu's US iTunes glory turns to backlash
Chinese-Canadian singer and actor Kris Wu became embroiled in controversy on both Chinese and American social networks, after his Chinese fans flocked to the American iTunes site to buy his new songs.
Top Peking Opera artists to present classics in NY
Top Peking Opera artists will bring to New Yorkers some of the masterpieces including the one based upon the epic Battle of Red Cliffs in 208 AD in China's Three Kingdoms period.
Burgeoning online music brings closer interaction
The excited young crowd at a recent music festival in China's northeastern city of Shenyang went silent when the 24-year-old folk musician Mu Xiaoya, donning a black bowler hat, sang her gentle song.
Sales figures of Kris Wu's new album are real
Kris Wu released a new album, Antares, on Nov. 2, and dominated Apple's iTunes Store charts over the last weekend.
Britain should harness music, culture to improve health
Britain should follow the Chinese philosopher Confucius and harness music and culture to improve the nation's health, government health secretary Matt Hancock said Tuesday.
Superstars' songs to be removed from karaoke pool
Hit songs of Chinese pop megastars Eason Chan, A-Mei and Joey Yung are among more than 6,000 songs likely to be removed from karaoke boxes across China due to copyright issues raised by the country's music copyright association.
Musical 'Gone with the Wind' starts world tour
The world tour of the English-language musical version of "Gone with the Wind" will start in Beijing on Nov. 30.
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