Discover the expressive and fun side of Chinese music through the YangQing, a traditional instrument.
YangQing appeared at the end of the Ming Dynasty, when European traders came to China. Also known as the Chinese dulcimer, it is played using bamboo sticks with hammer tips to produce clear and sharp strikes. It is often used in solo and orchestral performances, as well as operas.
In this workshop, you can learn the different techniques to play the YangQing, under the guidance of your sifu! Beginners welcomed.
Learn how to play the YangQing
Get an introduction to the YangQing and learn how to create different tones and sounds using this versatile traditional instrument.
We are next to the main entrance of Catholic High School.