Our Classes

In our lessons, you can choose to learn your favorite instrument with a private tutor or take part in one of our dynamic group lessons!

  1. Private Teacher Lessons: We offer the opportunity to learn one-on-one with an experienced private tutor. This personalized teaching model ensures that you are able to focus on the instrument you are interested in and learn at your own pace.

  2. Group Lessons: If you prefer a social and group learning atmosphere, our group classes will be an excellent choice. Here, you can experience the joy of music with other learners while being guided by professional teachers.

We are committed to providing a diverse range of teaching methods to meet the needs and learning styles of different students. Whether you prefer individual focus or enjoy a collective experience of working with others, we have a course option for you.

Two wildly

Erhu, known as Huqin and Xiqin in ancient times, was renamed Erhu during the Republic of China, and is a stringed instrument.

The erhu has two strings, while the modern erhu is usually set in pure fifths, making it a mid-to-high range instrument. With its unique timbre and expressiveness, this instrument plays an important role in the Chinese musical tradition.

When playing, erhu players use a special bow technique, swept or diagonally pulled, so that the strings produce a rich and moving music. It is often used for soloists, ensembles and accompaniments, and is widely used in many fields such as traditional Chinese music, opera, and folk music.

In addition to the traditional erhu, a variety of varieties have also been developed according to different regions and needs, such as gaohu, jinghu, banhu, erxian, trumpet, etc., enriching the diversity of the erhu family.


The guzheng, also known as the zheng, is a plucked string instrument in China with a history of more than 2,500 years.

The shape of the guzheng is a rectangular wooden speaker, and the string frame, the “zither pillar”, can move freely. Each string corresponds to a note and is arranged in a pentatonic scale. The earliest guzheng model was the twenty-five-string zheng, and different variants appeared in later developments, including thirteen strings, sixteen strings, eighteen strings, etc. During the Tang and Song dynasties, the thirteen-string guzheng was popular, and over time, the number of strings increased to the twenty-one strings, which are now the most common.

Guzheng plays an important role in Chinese music, with its unique timbre and rich expressiveness, and is often used for soloists, accompaniments, and orchestras, covering a wide range of musical styles and emotional expressions.


The violin is a four-stringed bowed string instrument and one of the most important instruments in the string section of a modern orchestra. In orchestral works, the violin is usually divided into two parts, the first violin and the second violin, which are played together to form a rich musical texture.

The violin is known for its brilliant sound, high playing skill, and rich and wide range of expressiveness. This allows the violin to play an integral role in a variety of musical styles and compositions. Due to its gorgeous timbre and diverse expressive techniques, the violin is often referred to as the queen or queen of musical instruments.

The violin is the smallest and has the highest pitch relative to the other members of the violin family (viola, cello, and double bass). Its vocal range covers a wide range of pitches, making the violin an indispensable sonic element in orchestras and chamber music.


The ukulele is a plucked stringed instrument of Hawaiian origin, and it belongs to the family of lute instruments. The ukulele usually has four strings, which makes it produce a crisp, bright tone when played.

This small instrument has a simple structure and is usually made of wood, including the headstock, neck, and case. The ukulele has a short neck, making it easy to learn and play, making it ideal for beginners. Despite its small size, ukulele produces pleasing music and is often used for accompaniment, light melodic playing, and light music performances.

The ukulele’s tone is filled with sunshine and joy, making it one of the symbols of Hawaiian culture and a popular among music lovers worldwide.


A masterclass is an in-depth form of music instruction, usually taught by an experienced and highly professional musician or educator. This approach is designed to provide students with a deeper musical learning experience, often involving not only the technical aspects but also aspects of musical interpretation, expressiveness and artistic concepts.

Features include:

  1. Professional Instructors: The tutors of master classes are usually masters in the field of music, with extensive stage experience and teaching experience.

  2. In-depth content: In contrast to regular courses, masterclasses typically focus on depth rather than breadth, focusing on the study of a specific piece, technique, or style.

  3. Live Performance: Students often have the opportunity to perform live in master classes and receive immediate instruction and commentary from their instructors.

  4. Student Interaction: The Masterclass also provides opportunities for students to interact with each other, allowing them to share experiences, perspectives and learnings.

This form of teaching is often seen as a high-end learning opportunity in music education, helping students to understand and develop their musical skills more holistically.

Livestream Lessons

Live classes are a way of teaching that transmits video and audio in real-time over the web, allowing learners to participate in the course in different locations. This form of teaching is widely used in a variety of fields, including music, language, sports, and academics.

Features include:

  1. Instant interaction: Students can interact with teachers in real-time, asking questions and getting real-time feedback, making learning more dynamic.

  2. Flexible location: Students can participate in classes from any location, as long as they have a stable internet connection, helping to overcome the limitations of geographical distance.

  3. Multimedia Integration: Live classes often combine multimedia elements such as video, audio, and text to provide a rich learning experience.

  4. Recording and playback: Many live classes offer recording and playback capabilities, allowing students to revisit the lesson content when they need to.

  5. Live Presentations: Some teaching topics may require live demonstrations, which can be achieved through live classes, such as instrumental playing, artistic creation, and more.

The popularity of live classes has made learning more flexible and accessible, while also facilitating the formation of a global learning community.

Levels Guide


For beginners, whether in music, art, or other fields, building a solid foundation is an important step in successful learning. Here are some suggestions and perspectives for beginners:

  1. Define your learning goals: Be clear about what you want to learn, whether it’s mastering a skill, playing a piece of music, or creating a work of art. Clarity of goals helps to develop an appropriate study plan.

  2. Find a good mentor: A good mentor is able to provide direction, guidance, and real-time feedback. When looking for a tutor, consider their teaching style, experience, and patience with beginners.

  3. Establish study habits: Consistent study habits are the key to success. Set a set study time and try to maintain this habit to ensure continuous progress.

  4. Use learning resources: Take advantage of online and local learning resources, such as instructional videos, textbooks, apps, etc. This helps to complement the tutor’s teaching, providing a variety of learning materials.

  5. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes: In the beginning stages, making mistakes is part of learning. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, instead, see them as an opportunity to improve and learn more from them.

  6. Enjoy the learning process: Learning new skills is a challenging but also fun process. Embrace the joy of learning and you’ll be more motivated to keep going.

For beginners, establishing the right learning foundation and a positive learning attitude is an important factor in achieving long-term success.


For intermediate learners, a certain foundation has been established, and the next learning can be more in-depth and challenging. Here are some suggestions and perspectives:

  1. Expand your skills: Build on what you’ve already mastered and start expanding into new skills. This can include learning different styles of music, experimenting with different artistic mediums, or challenging more difficult skills.

  2. Deepen understanding: Don’t just stop at the technical level on the surface, but deeply understand the theory and concepts behind it. This helps to improve the overall grasp of the learning area.

  3. Look for challenges: Take the initiative to look for some challenging projects or tasks, which can learn more from setbacks and also be an effective way to improve your skills.

  4. Participation in performances and projects: Participating in a performance or art project is a great opportunity for intermediate learners to show their progress. This helps to improve self-confidence while giving learning a greater sense of purpose.

  5. Professional Mentoring: Consider seeking more in-depth professional mentoring, which can be a senior mentor, a professional course, or a workshop. This helps to fine-tune skills and knowledge.

  6. Interact with classmates: Interacting with learners at the same level or with similar learning goals can help share experiences, encourage each other, and potentially generate new opportunities for collaboration.

The intermediate stage is a time when learners develop higher-level skills and independent thinking, and need to maintain a passion and curiosity for learning.


For advanced learners, who already have a considerable level of expertise, further development can lead towards a deeper level of understanding and innovation. Here are some suggestions and perspectives:

  1. Deep Innovation: Advanced learners can shift their focus to innovation and creation. Developing unique styles, concepts, and even participating in innovative projects are ways to move up the ladder.

  2. Find professional opportunities: Participate in professional performances, exhibitions, competitions, etc., which helps to build prestige in the professional field while gaining more opportunities and challenges.

  3. Teaching and Sharing: Actively engage in teaching activities, both in the academic and artistic fields. This not only helps in sharing knowledge, but also prompts learners to understand what they have learned on a deeper level.

  4. Academic Research: Conduct in-depth academic research in a subject area to contribute new knowledge and insights. This can be an academic paper, a theory of artistic creation, etc.

  5. International Collaboration: Consider participating in international collaborative projects, which can help broaden your horizons and expose you to the artistic and academic styles of different cultures.

  6. Staying motivated: Advanced learners may face learning fatigue, and the importance of staying motivated to learn is even more prominent. Constantly challenging yourself and pursuing new goals is an effective way to stay motivated.

The advanced stage is the period when learners become domain experts and make concrete contributions to the field, with a sustained pursuit of excellence and a deep understanding of themselves and their field.