The Charm: Giving Traditional Instruments a Modern Voice

Showcasing traditional Chinese instruments through a modern interpretation, The Charm had its world premiere at Carnegie Hall on February 1st.

SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson caught up with the Chinese musicians behind this enchanting fusion concert and brings you the story.

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