Is the existing “Music Office” the same as the “Music Office” set up in 1977 with a different Chinese name?
The existing Music Office is the same as that set up in 1977 with a different Chinese name. It has been managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department since 1 January 2000.
What courses are offered to members of the public by the Music Office?
The Music Office organises two types of music training programmes for the public, namely the Instrumental Music Training Scheme (IMTS) and the Outreach Music Interest Courses (OIC). The IMTS provides instrumental training from beginners' level to grade 8 for people aged between six and 23, while the OIC provides short-term fundamental music training for people of all ages.
Where can I obtain the leaflets and application forms of various music training programmes?
Information leaflets and application forms of various music training programmes can be downloaded from the Music Office's website or obtained from our music centres during the recruitment period.
How can I get the latest information about the activities of the Music Office?
The Music Office regularly updates the information on its website. Should you have any comments or suggestions, please let us know via email.
How many music centres are there under the Music Office?
There are altogether five music centres under the Music Office.