The February issue of NCPA magazine features dancing cover, highlighted by a comprehensive report of summer music festivals round-up. Some of the luckiest readers will be chosen to join NCPA delegation for a European tour this summer to the festivals.
Each taking care of one act, as just announced by Shanghai Opera House whose chief Wei Song is among one of the three. The semi-staged opera will be presented May 28-30 in Shanghai in association with Puccini Foundation, directed by … Continue reading →
The 30th Shanghai Spring International Music Festival (SSIMF) opened last night at the Cultural Square Theatre in Shanghai accompanied by Shanghai Symphony Orchestra conducted by Long Yu. The opening gala featured some of the leading instrumentalists and vocalists on the … Continue reading →
The great Spanish tenor José Carreras opened the Meet in Beijing Festival last night with his nephew David Gimenez on the podium and his soprano partner in China Wang Li at NCPA in Beijing. The month long festival encompasses various … Continue reading →
In a statement released yesterday, The Royal New Zealand Ballet announced the cancellation of its Giselle at Tianjin Grand Theatre due to lower room temperature. It is particularly embarrassing and a slap in the face given the fact that the … Continue reading →
The Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra signed a deal with Philadelphia Orchestra yesterday. Pictured here are Craig Hamilton, VP of PO, Deng Jingshan, President of Hangzhou Phil (L) and its music director Yang Yang (R). Details of the agreement remains unknown but … Continue reading →