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Wang Feng opens up in intimate documentary
Chinese rocker Wang Feng hired a British team to produce a documentary showcasing his life story and musical journey as well as his closely scrutinized romance with international movie star Zhang Ziyi.
Lang Lang shares piano skills with children
Chinese pianist Lang Lang gave a master class in NCPA on Monday.
Highlights of 25th Sziget Festival in Budapest
The Sziget festival, which is one of the largest music and cultural festivals of Euprope, lasts from Aug. 9 until Aug. 16.
Grammy to hold music festival in China
Music fans in China can expect to experience world-class live music, with the Recording Academy, creator of the Grammy Awards, announcing that it will hold a Grammy Festival in the country in 2018.
Legendary singer Glen Campbell dies at 81
U.S. country music legendary singer Glen Campbell has died Tuesday at 81 after struggling with Alzheimer's disease for years.
Chinese youth orchestra to celebrate 50th anniversary of Beatles' Sgt Pepper
Beatles music with Chinese characteristics will be the centerpiece of a concert in Liverpool Sunday by Britain's only Chinese youth orchestra.
French president meets Rihanna to discuss education
French President Emmanuel Macron Wednesday met Barbados-born pop singer Rihanna at the Elysee Palace to address education goals across the globe.
Student orchestra wins bronze in Netherlands
The Golden Sail Marching Orchestra of CSFX (short for the Affiliated School of Chaoyang Normal School) won a bronze medal at the 18th World Music Contest held in Kerkrade, the Netherlands, on Saturday.
Macao to hold int'l music festival
The 31st Macao International Music Festival (MIMF) will be held from Sept. 29 to Oct. 30, with top musicians and ensembles coming from different countries and regions to offer 20 performances, the special administrative region's cultural department said on Wednesday.
Traditional music salon kicks off Chinese cultural week in Sydney
A cultural week on China's intangible cultural heritage kicked off with a music salon at the China Cultural Center in Sydney on Saturday, offering a chance for Australians to learn more about Chinese music, instruments and culture.
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