Live: NCPA online series presents ‘Beijing in Paintings and Melodies’

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For the 100th show in its online performance series, the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) is presenting “Beijing in Paintings and Melodies” at the Jiang Guofang Art Studio.

Musicians from the China NCPA Orchestra, Central Conservatory of Music Chinese Chamber Orchestra, and China National Traditional Orchestra Female Ensemble will perform classical works against a background of oil paintings by artist Jiang Guofang, displaying the capital’s beauty in both music and art. #LiveClassical

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