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Art Beijing 2013 kicks off
Opened Wednesday at Agricultural Exhibition Center in Beijing, the annual art fair attracted some 150 participating art organizations.
Chaoyang Int'l Pop Music Fest to open
The 2013 Chaoyang International Pop Music Festival, themed "Why Not," is to kick off on April 29 in Beijing.
NCPA May Festival around the corner
The National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) will raise the curtains on its fifth annual May Festival starting from May 1 this year, offering audiences a spectacular feast of chamber music.
Diverse arts festival brings the world to Beijing
A diverse festival, the 2013 Meet in Beijing, will present many performances, and Jose Carreras will sing in Chinese.
Pear Flower Culture Festival held in Fangshan
Canadian orchestra to pay first visit to China
The National Arts Centre (NAC) Orchestra of Canada, led by renowned Music Director Pinchas Zukerman, will stage concerts in Chinese cities in October for the first time as part of the mutual cultural activities organized by the two governments.
Beijing Int'l Calligraphy Biennale to open
The 4th Beijing Int'l Calligraphy Biennale "Oriental Dancing Ink" will open on April 15.
Chinese tenor and NZ soprano to perform
Chinese tenor Ding Yi and New Zealand soprano Hayley Westenra will perform at the Great Hall of the People singing both Chinese songs and Western opera arias.
Zhang Jiangzhou's solo show
The National Art Museum of China is presenting an ink art solo exhibition by Zhang Jiangzhou titled Life Whispers.
Julio Iglesias touring China
Spanish singer Julio Iglesias has received two awards in Beijing, including the First and Most Popular International Artist of All Time in China Award and the Guinness World Records award for best-selling male Latin artist, with more than 300 million global record sales.
Artist adds splash of color
Chinese artist Chen Xiao adds color to Beijing's spring by launching his solo exhibition, Colorful World in the Eyes of Sean Chen.
Post-rock Canadians GYBE to tour China
Canadian post-rock band Godspeed You! Black Emperor (GYBE) will tour China, with a concert in Beijing on April 12 and another in Shanghai the next evening.
Rethinking ink art
More than 200 ink paintings from 61 Chinese artists are on show at Beijing's Today Art Museum, showcasing the ancient art form in a contemporary context.
Croisements Festival returns to China
On April 10, the 8th annual Croisements Festival will commence at the French embassy in Beijing with a press conference to launch the event. Since its inception, the three-month long festival has grown into the largest French cultural festival abroad and the biggest foreign festival in China.
Classic painting of Fu Baoshi to release in June
Fu Baoshi's classic hand scroll of "Second Prose Poem on the Red Cliff" will be auctioned off in June at the 2013 Beijing Council Spring Auction.
NZ ballet company stakes reputation on China stage
New Zealand's national ballet troupe is seeking to build its international reputation when opens its international premiere of Giselle in China next week.
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