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MUSIC IN THE HUNTINGTON LIBRARY CHINESE GARDEN
To mark ChinaWeek 2019, The Huntington will present a special program featuring a trio of musicians performing traditional Chinese music in the Love for the Lotus Pavilion, one of the lakeside structures in the spectacular Garden of Flowing Fragrance, Liu Fang Yuan.
The trio features Yunhe Liang 梁云河 on erhu, Meiye Ma 馬梅椰 on pipa, and Hejia Gao 高鶴嘉 on guzheng. Generous support for this music series is provided by The Justin Vajna Memorial Fund for Educational Programs in the Chinese Garden.
Free with general admission. Cancelled in the event of rain.
There will also be a solo music performance on May 8, 1–3 p.m., with Evelyn Tang唐艳文performing on the yangqin, the Chinese hammered dulcimer, in the Garden of Flowing Fragrance. Generous support for this music series is provided by The Justin Vajna Memorial Fund for Educational Programs in the Chinese Garden. General admission. Cancelled in the event of rain.
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