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Special Exhibition for Musical PIs in Ningbo

The “music Ningbo” special exhibition for music IPs kicked off at Creative Ningbo Hall in Nantang Old Street on January 18.

This immersive exhibition has built an audible and visible musical space for the public. Visitors can watch the exhibition through interactive means such as Audfly, code scanning and listening to songs, holographic projection, 3D ring screen, reproduction of musical instrument scenes, l experience of a vinyl record, etc. Six chapters, including “Ningbo Music Figures”, “Music Enterprises (Basics)”, “Music History”, “Musical Instruments”, “Music Cultural Creation” and “Scientific Music and technology”, have been exhibited on the site, displaying the achievements of the construction of “Ningbo music” in a combination of graphics, images, video and audio materials.

At the opening ceremony, Tu Jingnan, a national first-class performer, played Xun, an ancient musical instrument, which could be seen at the Hemudu site over 7,000 years ago. The Ningbo Symphony Orchestra’s string quartet group performed the classic song “Butterfly Love Story”, and the Ningbo Song and Dance Troupe performed the “tea picking dance”. On the site, famous Ningbo musicians such as Ms. Yu Lina, the performer of “Butterfly Love Story”, and Ma Youyou, the world-famous cellist, sent their blessings to the exhibition through the video.

Reportedly, during the exhibition period, there will be a series of activities, including the public intellectual property collection, a musicians’ seminar, vinyl record player sharing with young people, a music fair and musical instruments playing

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