*The erhu (two-stringed fiddle) was originated from Persia, improved by the Mongolians before it became popular in China.
*A goat's hoof, a grain of sand, a pod of seeds and termites are just some of the ingredients that make musical instruments of our world.
The most exciting part is handling the instruments: strum a guzheng, bow an erhu, or pluck a pipa. A group jam of Chinese percussion at the end brings out the music in everyone.
Each presentation is 50 minutes.
Class size at the Center is 40.
Fee: $150.00 (1st to 12th grade)
Call 415-391-1317 for reservation