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More than 30 Buddhist monks and nuns established an art troupe- Guangxuan Art Troupe at Tiantai Temple at an altitude of 800 meters of Tiantai Mountain in HongAn county, Huanggang city, central China's Hubei province. The troupe invites professional musicians from Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, in weekdays to teach the members music knowlodge and skills in playing violin, viola, cello, bass, erhu, Chinese zither, piano, guitar and other musical instruments, and take part in charity events and even concerts across the country when being invited.

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Monks or artists?

why not both?

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