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Clarion Music Center information
Minor chords played on erhu (Chinese two-stringed instrument) pluck at your heartstrings as you walk through Chinatown's alleyways; here you can try your hand at the bow on a rosewood student model. With impressive ranges of congas, gongs and hand-carved drums, you could become your own multi-culti, one-man band. Check the website for concerts, workshops and demonstrations by masters.