Beijing, China, May 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)-Chinese opera is a treasure trove of Chinese culture. Created jointly by the CICG Asia Pacific Center and the China Theater Association, XiGu Chao Xin’s series of digital art collections explores ways to express traditional Chinese opera art in a virtual space with innovative promotion and succession. The purpose is that. Understand the new era of Chinese opera culture and find new ways for opera to connect young people.
What if the Metaverse meets a Traditional Chinese opera?People could enjoy the classic arias of Chinese opera, such as: Sky city plot When The Drunken Beauty In the city of the future Lady General Huamran When Trivial official In the world of punk, and TheThe legend of the white snake When General Mu Guiying In a spaceship. The recently launched Chinese opera-themed non-fungible token (NFT) series provides people with such an experience. Collectively called “Xi Gu Chao Xin”, it is loosely interpreted as “Traditional Opera Back in Vogue”. NFT products aim to bring traditional Chinese opera back into fashion.
The Digital Art Collection features six arias of traditional Chinese opera rendered by renowned performers. Among them, Peking Opera artist Chang Shin Yue, China Theater Plum Blossom Award winner, and Chinese legendary Peking Opera master Mei Lanfang played the role of an elegant woman in a unique way of walking. Includes the third successor to the known Mei Lanfang. , Dancing, Speaking; Peking Opera Artist, Young Artist of Jingju Theater Company of Beijing, Qiu Shi. Henan opera artist Lee Jin-ji and Jin exchange who won the China Theater Plum Blossom Award. Wuju Opera artists Yang Shayun and Lou Shen, winners of the China Theater Plum Blossom Awards. Chen Lili, a Uge opera artist who won the Magnolia Award for theater and performing arts. Fully integrating fascinating songs and opera performances with the futuristic Metaverse, artists present traditional Chinese opera feasts to audiences around the world, both eyes and ears.
“Good art is transnational and its beauty can be felt and appreciated by everyone,” says Zhang Xinyue. “It’s great to express traditional Chinese opera art in a new form of Metaverse. I hope that the beauty of Chinese opera will reach audiences around the world in this way.”
According to the organizers, more arias of traditional Chinese opera will be presented by the “Xi Gu Chao Xin” NFT series, introducing the magic of the Metaverse in the performing arts.