It looks like a guitar, sounds like a guitar but it’s not a guitar?! What manner of magic is this? It really isn’t magic. It’s just Chinese innovation once again! Originally, the pipa was played on its side just like a guitar. It was during the Qin dynasty that the pipa became an upright instrument.
On top of it all, every pipa is a work of art with beautiful carvings on the head and sometimes even mother of pearl inlays on the back of the body, much like the one we have displayed in our studio. Not only instruments of aural pleasure, the pipa is also an aesthetic conversational piece for enthusiasts and professionals alike.
Imagine holding this lovely instrument as it sits on your lap, its beauty elevating your once mortal self to become almost fairy-like to your audience as you captivate them with a precious piece that you’ve work so hard on.
Take the first step and book your trial class at 65332800 or walk-in to our studio and sign up. It can and will happen.