As part of the 39th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, the Confucius Institute will be co-sponsoring a public talk by renowned Chinese composer Gao Ping.
This free event will feature live piano performance and a fascinating talk on Gao Ping’s on musical journey.
CO-SPONSORED BY THE ADELAIDE CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE
PROFESSOR GAO PING
Composer-Pianist at the Conservatory of […]
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