Beijing cancels violin competition at short notice

The Beijing International Music Competition has called off its violin contest in September after it ‘encountered serious financial difficulties’.

BIMC goes on to state that ‘the governmental reform on cultural activities are inevitably beneficial in a long run however, this leads us into financial plight.’

Make of that what you will.

The cello competition is scheduled to go ahead unaltered.

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