Lesson Feesfrom $40.00 / 30 Minutes
Yutong Huang is a Canadian composer, guzheng performer, and pianist. She began learning the guzheng at a young age and earned a Bachelor of Arts in performance from the Sichuan Conservatory in China.
Yutong Huang has dedicated herself to teaching for over 20 years, and during that time, she has earned a reputation as an exceptional instructor in the art of guzheng performance. Her commitment to promoting a greater appreciation for this instrument is reflected in her five outstanding teacher awards and multiple honours in various music competitions.
She has shared her expertise with students worldwide. Her passion for teaching is evident in the many successful musicians she has mentored over the years.
As a teacher, my passion is to educate and inspire students of every age and skill level. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced learner, I'm here to help you achieve your goals and acquire the necessary skills to excel.
I believe that a strong foundation is essential to mastering any instrument, and I will work with you to ensure you have a solid understanding of the fundamentals. From there, we'll explore traditional masterpieces and popular songs, and I'll guide you in bringing your own unique style to your performances.
Music is a universal language that has the power to connect people across cultures and borders. As a guzheng teacher, I'm honoured to introduce you to this beautiful instrument and help you communicate through the language of music. Together, we'll explore the possibilities and rewards of hard work and dedication in the world of music.
The Guzheng or Chinese zither, is a traditional Chinese musical instrument with over 2500 years of history. It has 21 strings and 21 movable bridges with a length of 64 inches. Traditionally, Guzheng is tuned in a pentatonic scale but also can be adjusted to any desired scale. Guzheng is the ancestor of several Asian zither instruments. Since ancient times, it has been a popular instrument and is considered one of the main chambers and a solo instrument.
Graduated from Sichuan Conservatory, Sichuan, China with a Bachelor of Arts in performance.