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Exhibition of Shaanxi Music & Dance Antiques Held in National Center for the Performing Arts

Coinciding with the Belt & Road Leaders Summit, Exhibition of Shaanxi Music & Dance Antiques was held in National Center for the Performing Arts on April 28, which was themed on ancient music & dance in Shaanxi. 

Nearly 300 most valuable music & dance antiques were displayed, 42% of which are first-class antiques, such as the stone chime sets, the bronze chimes and Zheng (bell-shaped percussion instrument) unearthed in Tomb of Ruigong in Western Zhou Dynasty, the gold & silver music bells in Qin Dynasty, Qingong Bell with inscriptions, the hoe instruments of Qingong, the tomb figures with color paints and jade dancers of Han Dynasty unearthed in Hanyang Grave, the wall painting Music & Dance Painting, Tang drums and yellow-glazed music & dance figures unearthed in the grave of HAN Xiu. 

The exhibition will last till July 10. 

Address of National Centre for the Performing Arts: 2 West Chang’an Street, Beijing, China