Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Music

Shanghai orchestra promises more variety in this season’s program

Shanghai Chinese Orchestra announced its 2018-19 season with a message that they are hoping to enrich local residents’ life in Shanghai with more variety in music. Shanghai Chinese Orchestra will stage more than 20 programs...

East-meets-West concert sheds light on new Chinese folk music

German composer and music producer Robert Zollitsch, or better known for his Chinese name Lao Luo (Old Luo), and his wife Gong Linna, a famous Chinese singer, will return to Shanghai stage tonight for...

A New Landmark in Shanghai Orchestrated by Jenny Jinyuan Wang

With many years’ experience in media and as news anchor, Jenny Jinyuan Wang has not only become an art collector in recent years, but she is also leading Fosun Foundation. Located in the Bund...

Asian Chamber Music Association launched in Shanghai

The Asian Chamber Music Association was launched at Shanghai Conservatory of Music over the weekend. Founded by the Asian Philharmonic Foundation and registered in Hong Kong, the association consists of chamber music professionals and experts....

Summer music arrives

The New York Philharmonic opened the 10th Music in the Summer Air festival on Tuesday night at Shanghai Symphony Hall, to be followed by 22 concerts over the next two weeks. The festival, hosted by...

Bob Dylan exhibition coming to Shanghai

“Bob Dylan, Retrospectrum,” the largest traveling collection of the singer/songwriter’s art in the world, is coming to Shanghai. The collection of more than 300 items dating from the 1960s to present day, which includes manuscripts,...

Curtain drops on international arts festival

The monthlong 21st Shanghai International Arts Festival concluded on Sunday at Shanghai Grand Theater with a concert featuring NDR Radiophilharmonie, British conductor Andrew Manze and Shanghai violinist Huang Mengla. Over 90 performances have been presented...

‘An Opera for Animals’ sings from same songsheet

When the Rockbund Art Museum launches an exhibition, there is always something daring and fresh on show. Following its former avant-garde exhibit, “If You Don’t Use Your Eyes to See, You Will Use Them To...

image K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop All about CL, ‘the future of K-pop...

Described by Time magazine in 2016 as “the future of K-pop in America”, CL remains one of the genre’s most prominent and successful voices, even as she challenges the very definition of what K-pop means. Since entering...

Creating dulcet tones with skilled hands

The erhu, a more than 1,000-year-old two-stringed musical instrument sometimes called the Chinese violin, charms listeners with its sorrowful, brooding tones. While the instrument today is largely manufactured on assembly lines, there are still masters of...

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