CPC Central Military Commission Political Department Song and Dance Troupe

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CPC Central Military Commission Political Department Song and Dance Troupe
中国共产党中央军事委员会政治工作部歌舞团
Formation 1953; 64 years ago (1953)
Founder Communist Party of China
Founded at Beijing, China
Type State-run
Headquarters Haidian District, Beijing, China
Official language
Mandarin Chinese
Owner Central Military Commission
Chairman
Li Yuning (李玉宁)
Key people
Peng Liyuan, Yan Weiwen, Yu Junjian, Mao Amin, Dong Wenhua, Tan Jing, Kareem, Yang Hongji, Dai Yuqiang, Huang Hong
Formerly called
Chinese People's Liberation Army General Political Department Naval Song and Dance Troupe

The CPC Central Military Commission Political Department Song and Dance Troupe (simplified Chinese: 中国共产党中央军事委员会政治工作部歌舞团; traditional Chinese: 中國共產黨中央軍事委員會政治工作部歌舞團; pinyin: Zhōngguógòngchǎndǎng Zhōngyāngjūnshìweǐyuánhuì Zhèngzhì gōngzuóbù Gēwǔtuán), formerly known as Chinese People's Liberation Army General Political Department Song and Dance Troupe (simplified Chinese: 中国人民解放军总政治部歌舞团; traditional Chinese: 中國人民解放軍總政治部歌舞團; pinyin: Zhōngguórénmínjiěfàngjūn Zǒngzhèngzhìbù Gēwǔtuán), is the official army choir of the Central Military Commission.[1][2] Founded during the Chinese Civil War, the troupe consists of a song and dance troupe, an opera troupe, and a repertory theatre.

The CPC Central Military Commission Political Department Song and Dance Troupe has entertained audiences both in China and throughout the world, performing a range of music including military songs, guoyue, popular music, stage play, traditional Chinese opera, xiangsheng, and sketch comedy.

Composition[edit]

These past and present artists and musicians:

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