Learn Chinese Instruments Online

The next best thing to having a face to face lesson


Learn a Chinese music instrument,
from our English speaking teachers

Here's how it works:

Step 1

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Decide on an instrument you want to learn
Step 2

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Decide on your preferred timing
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Send us an enquiry at [email protected]
Step 4

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Make payment for your lesson


our classes


See what our students have to say
  • My name is Javier from the country Chile. My experience of taking a class with Eason Music via Skype helped me a lot. In my country there is no teacher of Pipa. I did the beginner level and it was excellent. Materials were sent via e-mail and the teacher was very patient with me. She is fluent in English and that helps at all. The schedule is flexible. They are sympathetic with one. The connection was excellent by Skype, and I recommend it. Soon I'll be at the next level learning with them. Thank you very much to all Eason Music.
  • I started to do Dizi lessons over skype and I must say that I am enjoying every lesson and do not regret taking lessons over the internet. At first I was worried but it turned out better than I expected. The lessons have helped me greatly from getting the right embouchure to understanding the rhythm of a music. The teacher is very good, pinpointing the things that need improving and being patient with me when trying to learn a music piece. When learning the dizi over skype I can see that it is perfectly fine to do rather than having to travel to learn the instrument. Especially if you are living in a place where there are no teachers to teach Chinese instruments. To conclude, if you love the dizi and want to learn this magnificent instrument professionally rather than teaching yourself and making bad habits than I suggest you take these online lessons. With how much I am enjoying the lessons, the erhu might be my next instrument on my list.
    Mark K R Thomas
    Manchester, UK

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have a look at some frequently asked questions by our students

General Enquiries

1How do I get started booking a lesson or choosing a teacher?
Firstly, decide on the instrument you want to learn. Click on the register now button and fill in our online form. We will get back to you soon after to confirm your booking!
2Which time zone(s) should I be taking into consideration when booking online lessons with Eason Music?
All timings stated on this website are in local Singapore time (GMT +8). Please make the appropriate conversion before booking a timeslot.
3How is payment handled through Eason Music?
Eason Music handles almost all of our online transactions through Paypal. Should you wish to pay via other means such as bank transfer, feel free to drop us an email at [email protected] to discuss with us. We have a money-back guarantee for the first lesson - if you are unhappy with it for any reason, so long as you let us know on a timely basis, we will set you up with a replacement teacher or, if you prefer, fully refund the lesson fee.
4How much does it cost to take online lessons on Eason Music?
Our rates for 1-to-1 lessons are as follows: Beginner: US$160 (45 min) - 4 lessons Intermediate: US$190 (45 min) - 4 lessons Advanced: US$220 (45 min) - 4 lessons Lessons are conducted on a weekly basis.
5What communication channels are you using?
You can choose to use Skype, Whatsapp video or ZOOM.
6Is there a trial period?
We offer non-obligatory trial lessons at the price of US$50.00. If you agree to sign up for our course packages thereafter, there will be a US$10.00 rebate.
7Are group lessons available?
We can arrange for group lessons where viable (it would be impractical, for example, for a single teacher to teach a group of five guzheng students through Skype). Please drop us an email at [email protected] for further inquiries on the matter.
8How long is each lesson?
Lessons are 45 minutes per session for beginner, intermediate and advanced students. Should you require a 60 minutes lesson, drop us an email at [email protected].
9How many online lessons do I pay for at a time?
We collect 4 lessons in advance.

Student Related Enquries

1Will I get a refund if there was bad Internet connection and I was unable to have a successful lesson?
If an unstable Internet connection was the cause of your being unable to have a meaningful tutoring session, we will arrange for you to have a replacement session. In the event that you decide to decline this, we will refund the cost of the lesson for you. However, it is advised that all students take responsibility for the functionality their personal hardware and software.
2What equipment do I need to take a lesson at Eason Music?
You will need a computer or tablet (with a webcam installed that is connected to high-speed Internet), and your instrument! It'll be great to have a notebook and water handy as well so you don't have to waste valuable lesson time getting them if needed.
3How can I communicate with my teacher at Eason Music other than via video chat?
You can email them or whatsapp them. Contact details can be provided prior to the lesson.
4What is the rescheduling policy for lessons?
Lessons must be rescheduled with at least 24 hours notice prior to the start time. To reschedule, please send us an email at [email protected] or whatsapp our Singapore number at +65 9754-3879.
5Can I take grading examinations for my instrument?
Yes! The Teng Academy is now offering online examinations for Chinese music instruments. Contact us to find out more!


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