Chinese Instruments

Erhu - Guzheng/Zither


Traditional, Contemporary, Theory

The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

English, Mandarin, Cantonese

LinLin Wang graduated from the prestigious Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, studying under Erhu Master, Professor Guotong Wang.  She was also a member of the Guangdong National Chinese Orchestra and Zhejiang Chinese Orchestra between the years of 2004 - 2010.Her talents have been heard around the world from her performances in Germany, Egypt, Switzerland, Canada, Netherlands, Finland, Vienna and more.  


Her recent performances include TEDx Talks, The Rising Stars Gala, Ya An Earthquake Relief Fundraiser, Bollywood Film 100th Anniversary, Vocalibre, Fairchild Spring Festival Gala 2014 and 2015, Yee Hong Dragon Ball Gala 2014 and 2015 and more. When she is not on stage, she is a passionate and dedicated teacher who has trained many enthusiasts of this beautiful instrument.




Guzheng / Zither - Vocal
Traditional, Contemporary

Fujian Normal University -  Bachelor of Music Education - Vocal | Guzheng

English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Leah is a passionate and patient teacher with many years of teaching experience.  She began her teaching career during her post secondary years at Fujian Normal University where she would teach at various schools while working towards her bachelor’s degree of music education.  In 2012, her very first concert drew an audience of over a thousand in attendance. 


She specializes in helping her students see music in a broader spectrum by teaching classical fundamentals merged with eastern / western pop elements.  Her teaching methods not only focus on vocal techniques, range and control, but also focuses on discovering the unique potentials of her students.

Leah's philosophy is that “No one is born tone deaf, the right learning path is the key.”



Guzheng / Zither
Traditional, Contemporary

China Conservatory of Music - B.A. Music

English, Mandarin

With more than 10 years of teaching experience, Cynthia is not only a well respected teacher, she is also a well-known performer who is frequently seen on stage across the Greater Toronto Area.  She has combined her talent with hardwork as she started to practice Guzheng/Zither when she was 7 years old.  After studying for more than 20 years, Cynthia has successfully developed her own distinctive performance style.


Her performance has been quoted as being "skillful, with a soft yet brilliant timbre combined with an exquisite expression".  Whether she's performing traditional pieces or modern songs with complicated techniques, she's always been able to deliver the exact message of the original music feature to her audiences. 

Her relentless persistence also brought her to the world stage as she was invited to perform for the Opening Ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics and numerous appearances on China's largest television network, CCTV’s programs.