Annual Report 2002 - Leisure and Cultural Services Department Brand Hong Kong - Asia's world city
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The Music Office aims to promote general music education in the community, especially to young people; to develop the public's interest in and appreciation of music; and to foster music sharing between local young musicians and their counterparts all over the world. Services provided in 2002 included an instrumental music training scheme for 4,051 people, 18 youth orchestras/bands/choirs for 1,374 members, short-term music interest courses for 2,744 participants, and 390 music activities for around 260,000 people.

Territory-wide events included music camp, youth music interflows, music carnival, annual gala, overseas tour and music exchange programmes for local, Mainland and overseas young musicians.

 
About 500 budding young musicians participate in the 2002 Hong Kong Youth Music Camp. Participants receive tuition from renowned overseas, Mainland and local musicians at the Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre.
 
About 500 budding young musicians participate in the 2002 Hong Kong Youth Music Camp. Participants receive tuition from renowned overseas, Mainland and local musicians at the Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre.*
 
 
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