Guzheng is an instrument which has a history of more than 2500 years. Mostly known as guzheng today, the “gu” was added in modern times and means “ancient”.
This Chinese instrument is a perfect mix between a harp and a zither. It is a multi-stringed instrument with movable bridges under each string, and played by wearing finger-picks.
Why learn Guzheng?
Guzheng is very suitable for beginners. After only a few lessons, you will be able to play simple pieces.
Guzheng techniques can produce sounds that resemble a cascading waterfall, thunderstorm, and so on. The instrument can create idyllic sounds，and that makes it simply beautiful to listen to and play.
Overall, if you are interested in Chinese instruments, Guzheng might be a good pick to start. Our China Cultural Center in Luxembourg has a nice offer to start your guzheng lessons.
Beginner Guzheng Course at the center (please click the play button to watch the video)
Intermediate Guzheng Course at the center (please click the play button to watch the video)
Group lesson, Max 9 Spots per class
This term is for children only.
From 6 to 17 years old
(Except public holiday and school holiday week)
French, English, Chinese
(Please only pay after we inform you about the payment time.)
Minor students (under 18 years old):
10 sessions per term (1 session per week)
Duration: 1 hour/session (10 hours per term)
Tuition fee : 100€ per term
1. The course fee includes teaching materials and classroom equipments.
2. There will be no refund of missed lessons due to personal reasons.
Yan LIU began studying Guzheng when she was 5 years old. She is a certified Guzheng teacher from the Central Conservatory of Music of China, the founder of “Back to basics” 返璞归筝 Zheng Club, and also the former conductor of the traditional Chinese orchestra. She won the Gold Medal for German Philharmonic Music Competitions in China in 2021.
China Cultural Center in Luxembourg
3, Boulevard Joseph II
Telephone: +352 28 66 99 68