The liuqin (Chinese: 柳琴) is a four-stringed Chinese mandolin with a pear-shaped body. It is small in size, almost a miniature copy of another Chinese plucked musical instrument, the pipa. The range of its voice is much higher than the pipa, and it has its own special place in Chinese music, whether in orchestral music or in solo pieces.
[video_lightbox_youtube video_id=”tiZmhHjaIUY” width=”640″ height=”480″ anchor=”https://www.eight-tones.com.sg/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/banner-1.jpg”]
Join a wide variety of liuqin lessons, ranging from individual lessons to group lessons. Our experienced teachers teach classical liu qin music as well as pop liuqin music. Students who wish to learn for leisure need not take grading exams. However if you would like to take liuqin grading exams we teach both syllabuses from Teng – NTU Confucious Academy and Central Conservatory – NAFA. From beginners to advanced players, we will surely have something for you. Contact us today!
Our Liuqin instructors
- Loi Ee Vian
- Jonathan Ngeow
Contact Us to find out more now!