"I am very much looking forward to sharing this great music that is very close to my heart with the Beijing audiences. Especially at the NCPA, a concert venue that I have long admired, but not yet have had a chance to experience myself. The music speaks by itself and I often feel that I am listening to this magical music together with the audience."
On March 12th, the much-anticipated cellist, Director of Dresden Music Festival and Artistic Director of the Moritzburg Festival, Jan Vogler made his NCPA debut. This time the maestro brought a recital featuring Bach’s Cello Suites, with his treasured 1707 ‘Fau, Castelbarco’ Stradivarius. Learn more by checking out details here.
Anne-Sophie Mutter / Dec 6, 2019
"Most wonderful artists have been here, and they love to come back because the audiences which have been growing in knowledge, not only insides but particularly knowledge in concentration and passion for music. And I think it's a wonderful meeting point for all of us to share our cultures and great respect and love for each other."
From December 4th to 8th, the violin virtuoso Anne-Sophie Mutter returned to the NCPA and led “Beethoven Week” by giving four concerts of Beethoven’s solos, ensembles, concertos and symphonies. This time she joined hands with the China NCPA Orchestra and artists including Manfred Honeck, Lambert Orkis, LU Wei, Muller-Schott and Babeshkol.