After five years of failure (or unfulfillment to put it mildly) by producing a world recognized commissioned opera from a Chinese composer, the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing finally decided to step out of its comfort zone. … Continue reading →
It was just announced today that Andreas Großbauer, now vice-president of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, was elected President of the orchestra. He is taking over the orchestra from its current President, Clemens Hellsberg.
A Buddhist temple has formed its first music academy in China teaching western musical instruments and western classical music. The inauguration of Mount Tiantai Buddhism Music Academy took place on May 6th in Mount Tiantai, a sacred place in Hubei … Continue reading →
The former head of BBC Proms and current chief of the South Bank Centre Sir Nicholas Kenyon was joined by four of his international peers in a forum held in Tianjin, China last week presented by the local conservatory at … Continue reading →