The four highest achieving boys in the Strings and Winds secondary groups (boys age 13-16 only) will be offered the opportunities to participate in the Final week of Whitgift International Music Competition, from 7-11 April 2019, which covers all free masterclasses, lectures, and rehearsals.
For the first time we collaborated with UK leading boys school The Whitgift School. Six highest achieving boys were chosen in the Strings and Winds secondary groups and were offered the opportunities to participate in the Final week of Whitgift International Music Competition, from 2-6 April 2017. ✈️ Travel costs for each boy of up to £700, plus the accommodation and food for the duration of stay will be covered by Whitgift School.
WIMC Prizes include a full scholarship to study at Whitgift School until the end of Sixth Form, solo performance opportunities with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra as well as cash awards.
Apart from having ABRSM examiners as our juries, we also invited Mr Jonathan Dobson, Director of Music at Queenswood School UK and renowned pianist Mr Simon Mulligan from New York. Again we achieved a great success over the 50 hours festival!
The first Hong Kong Youth Barclampory Music Festival was held in August 2013, featuring Pianos, Strings, Winds and Vocal, providing a comprehensive and practical platform for local music students. The 43 hours festival was run in HK Science Museum, HK Space Museum and Tom Lee Academy Hall Megabox, which involved over 80 primary and secondary local schools and was widely welcome by teachers and parents.
A piano performing arts festival charity where donation was sent to Evangel Children’s Home.
Our guests of honour included Mr Robin Zebaida, Dr Amy Sze and Miss Colleen Lee.
Through the love of Jesus Christ, Evangel Children’s Home serves children and youth with purposes of nurturing them to grow maturely in all aspects and helping them build up healthy relationship with their families, by these the name of the Lord will be exalted and the community will be benefited.
Ann Martin-Davis Piano Performance and Teaching Lecture
Covering repertoire taken from the current 2019-20 ABRSM Grades 1-8 syllabus,
Ann Martin-Davis explains deep learning piano methods: incorporate teaching ideas from Schumann and Cortot up to the present day to transform your students' exam and competition performances, achieve excellent results, and enhance your own work satisfaction.