Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province, is a city situated in the northernmost province of China. Harbin had the earliest access to European classical music. It also is the home to China's oldest symphony orchestra, the Harbin Symphony Orchestra. The city also is renowned for its Central Street, a European-style street that combines music and architecture and where a 1,000-piano concert was held in 2006, which set a Guinness World Record. In 2010, Harbin became the first city in Asia named "Music City" by UNESCO. Let's enjoy featured buildings in the "Music City".