Music charms foreigners

Updated: 2013-04-17 16:20

(China Daily)

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More than 180 diplomatic envoys to China, foreigners working in China, and international students gathered at the China Conservatory concert hall in the capital recently, to enjoy traditional Chinese folk music.

The Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra, consisting of musicians from the conservatory, played several pieces of classical Chinese folk music, including The Moon's Refection on the Fountain, Moonlight on the Spring River and Drunk Dancing Devarajas.

It's the third event of the series Beijing Salon: Experience Beijing, promoting Chinese culture and Beijing's unique charms to foreigners.

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