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Autumn /Winter Workshops Taiwan

Check out all the workshops for the coming months and scroll down for details.

Dulan Voice Yoga Retreat
Saturday December 19  / 10AM – Tuesday December 22 / 1 PM


Shruti Days, Taipei, Saturday/Sunday December 2 and 3.

More info from Julie Chiu:


Shruti Nights XII

four  dates 4 Tuesday evenings in December and January



2×4 days in January and March


As always, there are ongoing weekly Voice Yoga classes you can always join.

Please check with us first as some weeks are cancelled or in another location.








Dulan: Voice Yoga Winter Solstice Retreat

Saturday December 19 – Tuesday December 22

Once again the successful Voice Yoga Retreat. Read more about the previous retreats by clicking on the link below:

First Voice Yoga Retreat (full report)


In Voice Yoga’s dynamic group process, students go beyond their own habits and expectations. Often, something larger than ourselves emerges: a flow of hidden creative potential. We work with all kinds of sounds without meaning, without emphasizing a beautiful voice. They help us to get beyond common subject-object and mind-body dualities, and bring our unconscious selves and irrational emotions to the surface. The group process becomes a mirror for the self and allows us to ‘see’ ourselves more clearly, to hear what’s living deep inside.

“this is better than sex” (comment by one student)

Designed and taught by Mark van Tongeren, a Dutch sound explorer with a deep interest in the synergy of arts, sciences and contemplative traditions. Mark has 25 years of experience in theatre, music and dance productions and holds a PhD from Leiden University’s Academy of Creative of Performing Arts.




VOICE YOGA Winter Solstice Retreat
Saturday December 19 9 AM until Tuesday 22 13:30 PM
Three and a half days of intense explorations of voice and movement for body-mind balance and creative, vibrant well-being.
+ new teaching partner: Shaun Roos & Hui-Hung Lin from Teal Studios
+ meal upgrade:
In Voice Yoga’s dynamic group process, you go beyond your habits and expectations. Something larger than yourself emerges: a flow of hidden creative potential.
Grounded in physical exercise such as yoga, we work with all kinds of sounds without meaning, without emphasizing a beautiful voice. They help us to get beyond common subject-object and mind-body dualities, and bring our unconscious selves and irrational emotions to the surface. The group process becomes a mirror for the self and allows us to ‘see’ ourselves more clearly, to hear what’s living deep inside.
Mark’s Voice Yoga runs for over 8 years and brings together three decades of creative, vocal expression, yogic discipline and contemplative traditions.
Voice Yoga is neither yoga as you see all around you, or music as you hear it every day. It is a personal, artistic synthesis of a wide range of musical, resonant, theatrical, contemplative and physical arts. What binds them together is Mark’s unique synthesis and his vision to create a strong sense of flow, no matter what the activity is. Serious workouts smoothly blend with unforgettable (and unrepeatable!) musical creations, deep breath work morphs into contact improv and vocal exercises into absurdistic theatre.
This retreat will give you a big boost, whether you are a musician, dancer, yoga teacher, actor, or just interested in working on your personal growth through the connections between sound, body and mind. No problem if you’ve never done yoga before!
Anyone can attend, no experience with yoga or music is necessary. Making sounds and learning about the connections between sound and movement, tones and physical vibrations, and not yoga per se, are the main purpose of this retreat. We are working to create an atmosphere of inclusion and acceptance. We make sure people of different levels of physical, mental, musical and other development feel supported and encouraged to grow and explore. We do our best to accommodate the program to the different levels of the participants and let you decide to skip or tone down certain exercises when you feel they are too demanding.
We start Saturday December 19 at 9 AM and suggest you arrive the evening before.
We finish after lunch on December 22th, around 1:30 PM.
Day 1,2,3; 4(half day):
9:00-12:00 Slow meditative warm up, mild to vigorous exercising, toning, noise making. Once again: restorative (half-)sleep/dream.
12:00-14:00 lunch & siësta
14:00-17:00 Guided movement and sound practices, walking meditations, improvisations and more.
17:00-18:30 tea break & rest
18:30-20:00 Moongazing. Sound searching. Mark’s concert. Yours?! Ours!
We hold our sessions in Shufang’s Energy Healing, a gorgeous new yoga studio in Dulan, Taidong, isolated from nearby properties so we can make any sound we need to make. The studio has all utilities we need and is fully air-conditioned of course. There is a big lawn outside for musical workouts in fresh air, giant rocks to repose, and a few shady places.
Have a look here!:
Several comfortable options nearby in Dulan, different prices, some at walking distance.
This workshop is brought to you by Mark van Tongeren, Shaun Roos & Hui-Hung Lin, Sunny Chen (translator) and Jackal Mei (general manager), and hosted by Shufang Wang.
For any questions about the contents in English ask Mark, in Chinese, ask Sunny or Jackal.
For registration, lodging and food details ask Jackal.
(contact info below)
Mark van Tongeren is a Dutch sound explorer with a deep interest in the synergy of arts, sciences and contemplative traditions. Mark has over 25 years of experience in theatre, music and dance productions and holds a PhD from Leiden University’s Academy of Creative of Performing Arts. He practices yoga for some twenty years and all kinds of voice/music/performance practices for 30 years.
Read more details below or check out
Teal Studios / Shaun Roos & Hui-Hung Lin
Shaun and Hui-Hung are the creators of an art and dance education center called Teal Studios. The center was founded in 2015 in Taipei, but has since moved to the east coast of Taiwan. Throughout the year, they hold a variety of workshops based on the traditions of Thai Yoga Massage and Contact Improvisation. Their teachings are also influenced by the practices of Tai Chi, Yoga and Mindfulness Mediation. When leading a class, they bring over 15 years of experience in training, developing and teaching in the arts of Contact Improvisation and Thai Yoga Message.
Shaun and Hui-Hung will teach a one-hour block of contact impro every day of the workshop.
Regular: 22.500 NT$
Students who joined one year or more of Voice Yoga or the first Retreat , the RESONANCE course or multiple Sound Journeys:
– 25 % (17.250 NT$) (sign up before Oct 20)
– 10 % (20.400 NT$) (after Oct 20)
Bring a friend:
– 1000 NT$ for both (cannot be combined with 25% discount)
If you cannot make it for some reason, we will always keep 10 % admin fees. For cancellation within 4 weeks up to the start of the event , we retain the right to keep 50 % from the total fee. Within 2 weeks up until the starting date, 80%. If you find a new replacement student we will refund except admin fees.
+ Tuition
+ All lunches and diners from Saturday till Tuesday lunch
– Transport to Dulan
– Lodging
Phone: 0936596910
LINE: Jackallala
Phone: 0912024285
LINE: soleilc77
Mark, in English only:
Phone 0910382749
LINE: 0910382749
“I felt many sounds inside me first time and I felt there is an inner space inside my body. That was an very powerful experience for me. The body wasn’t what I knew before. I felt peace when you sang… I do have a lot of fun when you want us imitate your voice… Every time when we make sounds together I feel I am decomposing and putting every part of me in one again. ”
– Judith
” Your class shows me the magic of breath and voice. This makes my inner child very happy. ”
– Nancy
” I enjoyed the class very much today. You had everyone engaged and creatively expressed as well as discharging and recharging well. ”
– Tina
” More than ever, it brings back my childhood so I can play again. ”
– Kovida
” Your class shows me the magic of breath and voice. This makes my inner child very happy. ”
– Nancy
” Voice Yoga helps me feel lighter. ”
– Jennifer
” I enjoy a lot and feel relaxed, this is a special course for me. ”
– Judy
” This is better than sex! ”
– Tammy





2020 聲音瑜珈: 冬至 療癒假期
VOICE YOGA Winter Solstice Retreat
今年冬至,來參與這個最短的日/ 最長的夜的團體慶典,
3天半的時間 / 關於聲音與身體的探索/ —
+ 共同授課師資: 青舎 (藝術舞蹈教育工作室)~
Shaun Roos & Hui-Hung Lin 【接觸即興 + 泰式瑜伽按摩】
+ 升級餐點: 天牛教授的魔法廚房
【日期】12/19(六) 9:00 ~ 12/22 (二)13:30
光之屋(王曙芳 能量屋): 都蘭新社30-18號
聲音瑜珈是個動態的團體過程,學員超越自我的慣性跟期望。比自我更廣大的自己開始甦醒: 那些隱藏著的創造力開始顯現,如河水般開始流動。
不管你是音樂家、瑜珈老師、舞者、演員,或是對透過探索聲音、身體以及心靈之關聯以追尋自我成長的人, 我們相信療癒假期會是個讓你充電的好機會。
任何人都可以參加,不限瑜珈經驗或音樂訓練。發出聲音是種找出動作跟聲音, 聲音音高跟身體震動之間連結的練習,而不是廣義上的瑜珈。課程的重點不是瑜珈練習,而是發出聲音,感覺音調跟身體的震動。我們希望營造包容並接納差異的工作氛圍。我們會確保不同肢體程度、心理階段、音樂訓練以及正在發展身心靈各面向的學員可以在安全,全然被支持的環境下成長並探索。我們會盡其所能來帶領每個獨特的學員。而如果有些練習對你來說太挑戰了,你可以選擇作為觀察者,或是選擇以另一個形式來參與。
【語言】: 英文+中文(全程翻譯)
日期: 12/19(六) 9:00 開始~
12/22 (二) 午餐後約13:30結束
【日程】 (第四天午餐後就結束)
9:00-12:00 [聲音瑜珈 療癒假期 簡介]- 呼吸練習,音調共鳴, 自由即興。半夢半醒歌唱圈: 沉浸式聆聽/ 深度睡眠聲音按摩。
12:00-14:00 午餐 & 午睡
14:00-17:00 [動作與聲音練習]- 走路冥想,結構式即興及其他。
17:00-18:30 下午茶 & 休息
18:30-20:00 [晚間練習]- 動態聲音冥想
台東都蘭。台東光之屋(王曙芳 能量屋): 都蘭新社30-18號
舊生價,(聲音瑜珈: 療癒假期,一年以上聲音瑜珈舊生, 共鳴、聲音旅程: 總共參加達5個整天時數的學員可享舊生價)
75折: (17.250 NT$) (10/20前報名)
9折: (20.400 NT$) (10/20之後報名)
兩人同行/三人同行: 每人折扣1000元 唯75折學員不可再折抵
*7餐的伙食(六) (日) (一): 午、晚餐,(二)午餐
* 交通
* 住宿
帶領者: Mark Van Tongeren
合作帶領者: 青舎 (藝術舞蹈教育工作室)~ Shaun Roos & Hui-Hung Lin
翻譯: Sunny Chen—課程資訊
活動規劃兼攝影: Jackal Mei—負責報名和課程資訊
場地主人: 王曙芳 能量屋
報名: Jackal Mei, /lineID:Jackallala /0936596910
中文: 陳亮伃, / lineID: soleilc77 /0912024285
英文: Mark van Tongeren , /0910382749
聲音瑜伽 在台北的日常開班時間
★時間: 每週四早上10:15~12:15,滿4人開班
台北市復興南路二段151巷3號4樓 。






Shruti Nights XII


Singing and shaping techniques for melodic improvisations

Learn to free your voice using a simple drone instrument.
A series of four classes, starting the first or second Tuesday of the month.

The aim of these four sessions is to learn to improvise melodies with the shruti box. Every month we will take a close look at something else. In most classes there will be all kinds of structural vocal exercises to build up your skills, some structural improvising and some free explorations of your very own musicality.

This month we go back once more to all the basic tools to shape your sound: making your voice more ‘yours’ and more expressive; and looking at how to shape phrases (starting them, ending them, rhythmic variation etc.).

Watch a video of Mark playing shruti box here:

– people who recently bought a shruti box from Mark
– others who already have a shruti box and want to learn more
– others who want to learn to sing better with a drone instrument
– since the aim is to sing melodies, it is preferable if you can keep a tone. If you cannot hold tones (or you are ‘tone-deaf’, to use a terrible expression), you can still join in most of the program, but for some exercises as a passive participant.

You can bring your own shruti box but it is not absolutely necessary, we always have several pieces on hand.
If you consider to buy an instrument but not sure what you need, and you join four classes, you can try one out at home between two consecutive classes.



Four Tuesday evenings from 19:00 – 21:15.

DECEMBER 8 and 29, January 12 + 26



Canjune Training Center

4F, #3 , Lane 151, Fuxing S Rd. Sec. 2., Daan, Taipei


The Canjune Training Center is a 10 minute walk from MRT Technology Building, and 12 minutes from MRT Daan.

Language: English with Chinese translation.



Regular: 4 lessons 4000 NT$

Discount: 4 lessons 3600 NT$. Those who bought (or buy) a shruti box from Mark, (old) Resonance students/ Shruti Night regulars (more than 6 months) / Student Identity Card holders and seniors (bring your ID) (請出示學生證).



Payment upon registration by bank or Paypal.

Bank information:

Bank code: 822.

Name of bank: China Trust

Beneficiary: Mark Christiaan van Tongeren

Account number: 163540306745

Make sure to send an email after your payment. We will confirm reception in a few days time.


After a long wait because of Covid 19, our supplier in India finally sent a new batch of shruti boxes, which has just arrived.

The shruti box can be used for all kinds of purposes: playing for yourself or with others, learning more about musical structure and harmony, or free play.



In Mandarin:

In English: / Facebook / Phone 09 103 827 49




8- DAY





with mark van tongeren








Connecting body sound and mind.

January 16-19 (4 days) 2021


Day 1   Morning                   Forget everyting! Make a fresh start!

Voice-yoga: warm-up meditations, breathing, listening, resonance, vowels.

Unlearning: excercises to forget what you thought you knew about music, sound and voice.


Day 1   Afternoon                Ear-cleaning & Expanding your Hearing

We have become deaf due to noise pollution and sensory overload.

But we can also learn to hear more than most humans ever heard before. Includes Overtone singing exercise (1).


Day 2   Morning                   Music/sound and the body.

Voice-yoga: warm-up meditations, breathing, listening, resonance, vowels.

Ocean exercise: making sounds without boundaries. Re-discover things your body knew, but that you were unaware off.


Day 2   Afternoon.               Sound and vibration as tools to go into yourself.

Experiencing yourself/the other through the sense of sound.

Understanding the path of discovery: part searching, part non-doing. Overtone singing exercise (2) en (3).


Day 3   Morning.                   Understanding overtones, the DNA of sound

Overtones are in a way the original harmony, underlying every other musical and non-musical harmony.

You yourself cannot change your DNA, but you can get creative with the DNA of all sounds. Includes seeing your voice (#1).


Day 3   Afternoon.               Harmonics as/in healing and therapy.

From shamanic wisdom to detox and emotional catharsis. Plenty of group chanting. Confronting fear, developing self-confidence. Sing for yourself. Sing for someone else. Sing together.


Day 4   Morning & Afternoon.           Balancing Inner Voice < — >  Outer Voice

How to let the body speak (and tune down the mind) while gaining a deeper understanding (knowledge, intuition) using the physicality of voice and hearing? We exploring questions such as: (1) How can you connect deeper with yourself using your voice? (2) What should the sounds you make be like? (3) What can these sounds tell you, and what can others hear in your voice? And what is the role of silence?





Spiritual practices, brought back to earth. Channel your beliefs into sonic patterns.

March 20-23 (4 days) 2021


Day 1   Morning                   Breath, Prana & Movement

Prana is the beginning of life force. Breath is one such process, and the one that happens to drive our vocal sound too. Workshop practices will target to develop your voice to be a powerful tool for relaxation and transformation, depending on how we use it.

Bringing the ideas and practices from Module One back to life and reviewing your personal development together.


Day 1   Afternoon                Technical work

Return to the technical challenges of good resonance, balance of body-mind exercise and good overtone singing skills.

The basis of resonance is hard, concentrated work and a clear understanding of physical and mental processes.

Solid practice to build on during the following days. Seeing your voice (#2).


Day 2   Morning                   Spiritual practices and sounds. Christianity.

Immerse yourself in the grand ideas of Christianity and its lyrical musical legacy.

What are Christian songs and styles in the context of overtone singing?


Day 2   Afternoon.               Spiritual practices and sounds. Buddhism.

Immerse yourself in the grand ideas of Buddhism and its esoteric musical legacy.

Buddhist chanting and vocal style in the context of overtone singing.


Day 3   Morning                   Spiritual practices and sounds: more ancient, more new.

What can we learn from Tuvan people about animism and shamanism.

What from new personal visions such as the one of Michael Vetter?


Day 3   Afternoon                Create new spiritual practices and sounds.

Do we need an -ism or a religion? What do we find in music itself? What do we find in ourselves?

Can we take up sound and vibration as tools to go beyond yourself? How? What tools do we need?


Day 4   Morning & Afternoon. Quintessence of science sound and self

Bring back the big picture of it all to peacemeal action. Do you follow basic techniques or develop a unique voice of your own?  Can you ‘Catch the spirit of the moment?’ Do you like to create a slow ritual? Today every voice will find a place as we all create a final piece about Sound at the Centre of the Universe. Group sharing.






I do not heal. I restore the harmony

Joska Soos, 1985



With Hungarian shaman and sound practitioner Joska Soos





The course will be conducted in English. Our interpreter Sunny Chen will be present to summarise or translate entire parts of the course into Mandarin, depending on the needs.




Morning sessions: 9:30-12:30


Afternoon sessions: 14:30-16:60 + 17:00-18:00.


Evenings are for resting, self practise, jamming…



Miaoli, details to be announced.



No previous musical experience is required. For students who have already done one or more workshops of overtone singing there will still be plenty to learn. If you are in doubt contact us with your questions.



Write us for pricing and registration inquiries.


  • Tuition
  • Lodging onsite in Miaoli
  • Alll meals are included from breakfast on Day 1 up to and including xxx on Day 4 of both modules..

Not included:

  • Transport to the retreat in Miaoli.
  • Please bring some instruments of your own.
  • It is also possible to pre-order a shruti box or Jew’s harps from Mark to help your own practice during and after the workshop.





To ensure that each student gets personal guidance, there is a maximum of 15 participants.

This workshop is brought to you by Mark van Tongeren, Nancy Pune (organiser) and Sunny Chen (translator, organisor). For any questions about the contents in English ask Mark, in Chinese, ask Sunny or Nancy. For registration, lodging and food details ask Sunny. For contact info see below.


Mark van Tongeren is a Dutch sound explorer with a deep interest in the synergy of arts, sciences and contemplative traditions. Mark has over 25 years of experience in theatre, music and dance productions and holds a PhD from Leiden University’s Academy of Creative of Performing Arts. He practices all kinds of voice/music/performance practices for 30 years, often combined with contemplative practises (meditation, pranayama, yoga).


Phone: 0912024285


Phone 0934-031-389


Phone 0910382749
LINE: 0910382749






The world is not for beholding; it is made for hearing.

Jacques Attali, Noise, 1977




Shruti Box (af)fairs

This year I joined the Forest Fair and a World Music Fesival Fair in Taipei, and soon there is a Shruti Box Market coming up here in Taipei (details at the bottom): time for a little background story how I got into this. Scroll down for details of the Shruti Box Sale and Shruti Nights workshops coming up in December.

How I got shruti’d

Sometime in the early 2000s I got my first shruti box. It was brought to me from India on my request by my good friend Horst Timmers, aka DJ mpsPilot. At that time it was not tremendously popular, least of all in India, where everybody started switching to elecronic shruti boxes instead of the wooden thing. But I wanted something to accompany myself and others for singing and playing. Horst got me a fantastic instrument, that has done remarkably well for almost twenty years now without problems.

I love things handmade with a personal touch. When I compare mine to other shruti boxes it is quite different. Most shruti boxes you see now are rather flat with levers to select the tones on the side. They are on a panel that actually moves all the time you play it because it is part of the bellows. The one he got for me is more box-like, which it means it is more stable when standing up. The broader space on top is used for four round, turnable buttons, with three notes for each button. The flat type shows levers arranged like a neat piano scale on the side, and is indeed tuned chromatically like a piano: each next note is a semitone higher. If you like you can open as many levers as you like, all thirteen of them even, though usually two or three is more than enough. The box-type, on the contrary, allows for a selection of at most four notes, one for each turning knob. My first instrument features several double or even triple notes: the exact same note can be chose can be chosen by several knobs. When you chose to open, say, two A’s at the same time you get a nice phasing sound – an effect I really like and one that is very important in many traditions in South East Asia (see all the horns blown in pairs by Buddhist monks, for example).


After so many people asking me about my shruti box, I decided it was time to go to India and find more of them. For my students, and also in the case I might ever need a new one myself. Here in Taiwan they are hard to get by, and to ship them from Europe back to Asia did not seem to be a smart idea.

Finding new shruti boxes in India

In 2017 I went to South India, as plans to go to the North stranded for various reasons. I ended up finding the maker you see on the photo: he carried on the tradition from his father who had been making shruti boxes for decades. The qualities differed quite a bit and wasn’t tiptop altogether, but I was happy to find this same model I had been using for so many years, with the buttons on top. His note-layout was also different from what I had, more organised than my somewhat messy and perhaps quirky arrangement of pitches.



I decided to set out to get other models still through other means. That proved to be an interesting and risky adventure: the first batch of shruti boxes never arrived: the owner of the reputed company of instrument makers in North India was the target of cybercriminals who relayed the comunication, and I was the victim in terms of loss. I almost gave up but then decided to push it through.That was not an easy path either. I was carefull enough to get caught up in another fraud, but it turned out that a substantial part of every delivery of shruti boxes was unsellable because one or more tones were kaput: breathy tones, de-tuned notes, funny sounds, or just air without a sound at all. Yet I was eager to get my students into singing with shruti boxes and here in Taiwan there are no reliable import channels, it seems, so I pushed on.

So since this year I am selling  many types of shruti boxes here in Taiwan, mostly to people who joined my workshops. And sometimes it works the other way around, people are charmed by this simple musical tool and then join my monthly Shruti Nights workshop. As I  have tried to lay my hands on different types, the boxes now come in all kinds of sizes, shapes, colours, tunings, and qualities.


Repairing shruti boxes

With another market coming up and so many broken pieces, I decided it was time to see which of the broken shruti boxes could be fixed. I asked the help of one student-friend who bought two  instruments from me, an engineer who immediately took his box apart when he bought it in 2018. Yesterday we sat down to check them one by one, and found out what mistakes were made, how different they were depending on the brand, and what we could do about it. It was great fun, really, to spend a day learning about the mechanisms, and we managed to repair the majority of them.

Some basics


Although of Indian origin, the shruti box is now used for almost any kind of music and many different purposes. It is popular for healing and therapeutic music, music based on drones (see below), intuitive music making and improvising and all music genres.


The shruti box is a wind instrument from the Indian subcontinent. It is used for accompanying singers and instrumentalists. Traditionally, in much of Indian music, a stable, continuous tone (called a drone) provides the foundation for all the melodic variations. It is the beginning and end of all Indian music, litterally, as it starts before and finishes after other musicians do their parts.


The shruti box is powered by hand through the bellows, just like an accordeon. By opening one or more levers or turning a button the air passes by the brass reeds inside the instrument, producing one or more tones.


No skills are necessary, all you need to do is open the hooks and gently pump.


Most of these shruti boxes have adopted the Western chromatic tuning system, like a piano keyboard. Most of them actually run from c-c’ and are arranged exactly like a piano keyboard. Each adjacent lever is a semitone apart and the whole series covers all the twelve tones of the octave. The thirteenth lever or tone completes the octave. They are tuned roughly to the standard concert pitch of a = 440 Hz, but small deviations are common.


The shruti box is derived from the harmonium, a portable keyboard instrument introduced by the British in India. Local instrument makers copied harmoniums and eventually developed this new instrument by leaving out the keys, using only the ‘stops’ that provide drones. I haven’t been able to find much information about the shruti boxes yet, but there is a book about harmoniums by Birgit Abels detailing how the ancestor of the shruti box became part of the Indian musical landscape.




Shruti Box Market in Taipei

10+ models, 2700-7000 NT$

新一批印度風琴Sruti Box販售 & 新期*印度風琴之夜*工作坊介紹


Looking for fine, original Indian shruti boxes to make music alone or together with your friends or group? I have about ten different models (size / tuning / quality) on offer from 2700 NT$ to 7000 NT$ and also some used, nearly new models. Come and check on December 3 when we bring them all over to the Canjune Training Center.



Watch a video of Mark singing and playing shruti box here:



Right after the sale the seventh series of Shruti Nights is starting. The Shruti Nights is also a general class for developing your own vocal improvisations, with or without a shruti box.



2019.12.03 星期日

早上 17:00~19:00 介紹印度風琴 shruti box及其簡單應用技巧

下午 14:15~17:39 展示、試用、選購以及練習。


Tuesday December 3, 2019

Evening 17:00~ 19:00





Canjune Training Center. 4F, No. 3, Lane 151, Fu Xing S. Road Sec. 2, Da-an District, Taipei City 10664





English (with Chinese translation by Sunny Chen)



新款印度風琴定價/6000/5500/2700 元 含 印度風琴(shruti box),琴袋,樂器說明(週日早上)。




6000 NT$ (2019 model)

5500 NT$ (2018 model)

2700 NT$ (knobs on top)


shruti box, carry bag.