Classical music concerts back on stage with 8K resolution in China National Theater
Web Editor:International daily
A series of classical concerts with 8K resolution are getting their world premiere at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing.
As part of the film panorama, a concert conducted by American award-winning composer and conductor, Leonard Bernstein, was back on the stage last Friday - 42 years after the first performance in front of the audience.
"The collaboration between the conductor Leonard Bernstein and the Vienna Philharmonic reached an unprecedented height in this performance. The film reproduces the performance that was performed decades ago and is worth going down in history," said Wang Jiyan, associate researcher with the Chinese National Academy of Arts.
The films premiered at the national center were screened with the world's first 8K 37,000-lumen DLP projector.
"We achieved the world's first '4K+5G' live stream in May 2019. The theater produced the first opera film, 'The Dawns Here Are Quiet' in July 2019. In the film panorama, the theater successfully applied 8K UHD to the stage in the entire process of the filmmaking, broadcast transmission and presenting," said Ma Rongguo, director of the art information center under the NCPA.