The Mechanisms of Development of Musical Culture Industry in Russia and China: Educational Cooperation

Keywords: musical culture industry in Russia and China, music education, violin art.


The increasing globalization and
internationalization of the cultural industry
requires careful consideration of the global
trends in the development of the cultural
industry. During the last decade many Asian
countries, especially China, have also taken
a leading position in the global market of
services of the cultural industry. China has
achieved an impressive amount of success
in the development and industry of culture
and tourism around the world. The relevance
of this study is due to the opportunities
and need to make use of the experience of
China for the development of the cultural
industry and, primarily, musical culture
in Russia. The development of the cultural
industry, the experience of propaganda,
the experience of opposing the Western
model, and the experience of financing and
internationalization must be studied and
adapted to Russian conditions. After the
Nanjing Peace Treaty of 1842 there began
a gradual influence of European artistic
achievements on China. Solo violin, chamber
and orchestral music became widespread, the
system of professional training for violinists began to take shape, and Chinese composers
started composing their first works for the
violin. In the context of the formation of a
contemporary model of relations between
Russia and China, scientific and educational
cooperation involves a detailed analysis
of the mechanisms of the organization of
partner countries and the identification of
possible ways of cooperation in this area. The
development of the management experience
of cultural industry, propaganda experience,
the experience of opposition to the Western
model, and the experience of financing and
internationalization must be studied and
disseminated in the Russian context.

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