Peking opera percussion workshop

Introduce the key concepts of Peking opera percussion music and its oral notation, with hands-on practice

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Peking Opera Workshop

Introduction to the essence and aesthetics of Peking opera performance and music

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Speaking Percussion, Performing Language

Introduction to transmission and transcription of Peking opera percussion music and luogujing

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As soon as Mr. Weng started his lesson, he was electric; he had a certain captivating flare to him that forced one to engage full heartedly.
Peking opera percussion lectureStudent's Feedback - Boston College

Po-wei Weng is an incredibly dedicated, patient, experienced, and understanding instructor and conductor. Quick to craft creative solutions to tricky problems, Po-wei is just the kind of leader needed for the job!
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