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Ithaca College School of Music is excited to announce a collaborative performance with the China Conservatory at Carnegie Hall on April 28 at 7:30 p.m. Featuring the China Conservatory Faculty Chamber Ensemble as well as faculty members from the Ithaca College School of Music and Oberlin Conservatory, the concert will highlight modern arrangements of traditional Chinese music.

Twenty Chinese faculty members will travel to campus on April 26 and 27 to explore the area and rehearse for the performance. IC performers include Paige Morgan, Lee Goodhew, Rick Faria, Alex Shuhan, Hal Reynolds, William Connors, and Conrad Alexander.

A limited number of complimentary tickets to the Carnegie Hall performance are available. Please click here to register; tickets may be picked up at the door on the night of the performance.

About China Conservatory
The China Conservatory, located in Beijing, was established in 1964. With nine official departments of study, it is one of the most highly ranked learning institutions in China. Characterized by furthering the education and study of Chinese music, the conservatory specializes in professionally training students in the areas of music composition and performance. For more than 40 years the China Conservatory has not only consolidated its leading position in preserving and developing Chinese music, but it has also become a bridge between China and the outside world.

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