Erhu player receives Royal College of Music degree

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London’s Royal College of Music (RCM) has awarded its first degree in a traditional Chinese instrument. Singaporean musician Chew Jun Ru, 24, has graduated with a BMus in performance on the erhu, a two-stringed bowed instrument sometimes known as a ‘Chinese violin’.Chew, 24, has principally studied at Singapore’s Nanyang Academy ...

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