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Art x Wellbeing: Healing Harmonies [Recap]

McAulay Studio 
HKD 180 

Art x Wellbeing: Healing Harmonies

In traditional Chinese medicine, music not only nourishes life but also heals illness. As stated in the ancient Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic, “Heaven has five tones; man has five viscera. Heaven has six pitches; man has six bowels. This reflects how man embodies the patterns of heaven and earth.”

The gong tone tunes the spleen, the spleen akin to earth; the shang tone tunes the lungs, the lungs akin to metal; the jue tone tunes the liver, the liver akin to wood; the zhi tone tunes the heart, the heart akin to fire; the yu tone tunes the kidneys, the kidneys akin to water. Attuning to the five tones corresponding to each organ helps smooth the flow of qi and blood to the body’s five viscera, bringing balance to yin and yang to prevent illness.

Healing Harmonies features renowned Chinese music artists Chan Pik-sum and Yanki Ma, who will perform melodies on the huqin and yangqin. This cross-disciplinary artistic experience integrates traditional Chinese music and medicine, immersing listeners in beautiful melodies that regulate the five viscera and unblock meridians, opening body and mind through the healing power of cultural art.

 

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Art x Wellbeing: Healing Harmonies – Concert

Date and Time
1 December 2023 (Fri)  20:00 – 21:00
2 December 2023 (Sat)  20:00 – 21:00
3 December 2023 (Sun)  15:00 – 16:00

Venue
McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Fee
HKD 180

Art x Wellbeing: Healing Harmonies – Chit-Chat Salon

Date and Time
1 December 2023 (Fri)  17:00 – 18:00

Venue
McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Fee
Free of chrage

Speakers
Yanki Ma, Chan Pik Sum, Dr Jenny Yeung Ming Ha


Performer:
 

Chan Pik Sum (Huqin)

Trained in Cantonese music under the gaohu virtuoso Yu Qiwei, gaining a double major in gaohu and erhu. Upon graduating from the Academy with a Bachelor of Music (Hons) degree, Chan furthered her music studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and was awarded a Master of Arts (Music) degree. Chan is active in both Chinese and Western musical genres and has played with various leading orchestras. 

Yanki Ma (Yangqin)

Master of Yangqin performance from the Central Conservatory of Music(CCOM). Yanki is currently the executive vice-president and general secretary of the Asian Dulcimer Association, the honorary member of Council of the Yangqin Art Professional Committee of the China Musical Instrument Association. 

Guest Speaker:

Dr Jenny Yeung Ming Ha (Chinese Medicine Practitioner)

Doctor of Philosophy in Traditional Chinese Medicine from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr. Yang has conducted in-depth research in the fields of Traditional Chinese Medicine for skin and beauty, and is dicdicated to promote holistic well-being by integrating Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese cultural arts.


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