Artists from the Central Conservatory of Music Symphony Orchestra of Beijing, China perform at Carnegie Hall in New York, the United States on Nov. 24, 2023. Artists from the leading Chinese symphony orchestra returned here on Friday night after a COVID-induced hiatus and won the hearts of over a thousand audience members with their world premiere compositions.(Photo by Michael Violago/Xinhua)
"The Sound of Spring," an annual concert presented by musicians from U.S. and Chinese higher education institutions, has become part of celebrations of the Lunar New Year in the New York metropolitan area. Presented by the U.S.-China Music Institute of the Bard College Conservatory of Music, in collaboration with China's Central Conservatory of Music, the concert for 2024 staged many new works by contemporary Chinese composers inspired by musical traditions and folk customs from different Chinese regions.
An annual art educational program, by the Central Conservatory of Music, launched its eighth edition in Beijing on Thursday. The CCOM Music Festival for Kids & Teens is holding live performances, masterclasses, workshops and lectures for the young generation of music lovers from around the country, according to Fang Hengjian, head of the Modern Distance Music Education College at the Central Conservatory of Music.
On Nov 24, the Central Conservatory of Music Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Chen Lin, will perform at New York's Carnegie Hall.
The Second Summit on Music Intelligence was launched in Beijing on Saturday. Co-organized by the Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence and the Central Conservatory of Music, the three-day event aimed at displaying and promoting the combination of AI technology and music.
Professor Shen Fanxiu (L) instructs as a student practices "Fantasy in F Minor, K. 608" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on a pipe organ at Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, China, on Sept. 14, 2023.
The third international conference on contemporary studies of Chinese music in a global perspective, Contrast and Convergence in Chinese Music, took place at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing from Oct 20 to 23.
The third Music Education Alliance Across the Silk Road conference, organized by the Central Conservatory of Music, took place in Beijing on Oct 15.
Chen Yi, professor at the Conservatory of Music and Dance at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Zhou Long, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Zhou Juan, a student of musical arts from University of Missouri-Kansas City, Jindong Cai, artistic director of the sixth season of the China Now Music Festival, Chen Bing, professor in the Conducting Department at the Central Conservatory of Music (CCOM) and Liu Xiaojing, pipa virtuoso from the Central Conservatory of Music (from L to R) bow at Jazz at Lincoln Center's in New York, the United States, Oct. 8, 2023.(Photo by Michael Nagle/Xinhua)