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China National Symphony Orchestra at National Center for the Performing Arts

Dates

2/21/2020

Theatre

National Center for the Performing Arts


No.2 West Chang'an Avenue Xicheng District
Beijing,
Phone: 8610-6655 0000



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The China National Symphony Orchestra is China's national orchestra. It was founded as the Central Philharmonic Orchestra of China in 1956 under the baton of the conductor Li Delun. In 1996, it was restructured and renamed the China National Symphony Orchestra.

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