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Traditional Chinese Music

Traditional music in China is played on solo instruments or in small ensembles of plucked and bowed stringed instruments, flutes, and various cymbals, gongs, and drums. Chinese orchestras traditionally consist of bowed strings, woodwinds, plucked strings and percussion.





   
Dragon Dance

The famous dragon dance with music is also a remembered tradition. It is seen on Chinese New Year across the world by millions. It is not known when the tradition started, but it is believed to be thousands of years ago, as entertainment of former emperors, royals and nobles.








Tibetan Song and Dance

Tibetans live in the snow-covered highland are good at singing and dancing. It is well known that "Tibetans who can walk can also dance." and "Tibetans who can talk can also sing."

The Tibetan dance is a display of Tibetan life. It shows the life of the people who conquered the highest mountain in the world and it shows the ability and wisdom of the Tibetan people. It's the treasure of the Chinese civilization and it has already had its own status in the art and literary circles in the world.



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Location and Address:  The Domes, 524 S. Layton Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53215   Time:  February 1, 2013, Friday: 12:00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m.   February 2, 2013, Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.   Cost (the Dome admission ticket):  $6.50/Adult(Age 18 & up) $5.00/Age 6-17


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