Chinese opera
Chinese opera (simplified Chinese: 戏曲; traditional Chinese: 戲曲; pinyin: xìqǔ; Jyutping: hei3kuk1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: hì-khek) is a popular form of drama and musical theatre in China with ...
Chinese opera - Wikipedia
The Face Behind A Thousand Masks: Peking Opera Facial Artist
There are more than a thousand forms of makeup used in Peking Opera, and this artist has been honing his skills for his entire life.
Chinese opera
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The Silver River
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Yueqin
Yue Qin (Moon Instrument, 月琴)
Yueju opera
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帝女花之香夭 Fragrant Sacrifice - YouTube
This is probably the most well-known excerpt from the most-watched Cantonese Opera in the world. I have supplied English subtitles here, hoping that those wh...
Cantonese opera
Cantonese opera is one of the major categories in Chinese opera, originating in southern China's Cantonese culture. It is popular in Guangdong, Guangxi, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and Malaysia. Like ...
Cantonese opera - Wikipedia
Beijing opera
Peking opera or Beijing opera (simplified Chinese: 京剧; traditional Chinese: 京劇; pinyin: Jīngjù) is a form of traditional Chinese theatre which combines music, vocal performance, mime, danc...
Beijing opera - Wikipedia
Peking opera
Peking opera or Beijing opera (simplified Chinese: 京剧; traditional Chinese: 京劇; pinyin: Jīngjù) is a form of traditional Chinese theatre which combines music, vocal performance, mime, danc...
Peking opera - Wikipedia
Huiju
Huiju (徽剧) is a variety of Chinese opera from the east-central province of Anhui, China, and was formerly also popular in neighboring Zhejiang. It is named for the historical region of Huizhou (now th...
Loong Kin Sang
Loong Kim Sang (born 1944) is a famous Cantonese opera performer, known as the legendary Yam Kim Fai's student & successor
Loong was born as Lee Pui Sang, she is ranked fourth in her family. L...
The First Emperor
The First Emperor is an opera in two acts with a libretto written in English by Tan Dun and Ha Jin, and music by Tan Dun. The opera received its premiere at the Metropolitan Opera at the Lincoln Cent...
The First Emperor - Wikipedia
Chinese contemporary classical opera
Chinese contemporary classical opera (Chinese: 当今古典歌剧; dāngjīn gŭdiăn gējù; "contemporary classical opera") is a musical art form drawing on western opera traditions - distinct from modern development...
Huaihai Opera
Huaihai Opera (simplified Chinese: 淮海戏, traditional Chinese: 淮海戲) is a form of local traditional Chinese theatre which combines musics, vocal performance, and dance. Some plays contain mime, acrobatic...
Shanghai Opera House
Shanghai Opera House (上海歌剧院 Shanghai Geju Yuan) is the official government-funded western-style opera company of Shanghai, China, and the resident opera company at the new Shanghai Grand Theatre (上海大剧...
Tongzi Opera
Tongzi Opera (童子戏or僮子戏,pinyin:Tongzixi)is a local civil sacrificial opera in the rural areas in Nantong whose history can be date back to the pre-Qin period. It came from the Shangtongzi(上僮子,pinyin:Sh...
Tongzi Opera - Wikipedia
Pear Garden
The Pear Garden or Líyuán (simplified Chinese: 梨园; traditional Chinese: 梨園) was the first known royal acting and musical academy in China founded during the Tang dynasty by Emperor Xuanzong (7...
Peony Pavilion (opera)
The Peony Pavilion is a 1998 production by Peter Sellars, in a mix of Chinese and English translation, of the Ming Dynasty play The Peony Pavilion. Part One is an avant-garde staging of the traditiona...