Reminder: 2022-2023 terms and conditions and new invoicing process

First session is a (paid) trial session, then commitment is required for the whole semester (see full schedule here) Payment for each half-semester will be invoiced in advance (first invoice to be sent of September 1st, to be paid after the first trial lesson, and before September 25th. Second invoice to be sent on NovemberContinue reading “Reminder: 2022-2023 terms and conditions and new invoicing process”

Save the date : FHK Music Christmas charity concert, Saturday 3rd of December, 9.30am

We will have the great joy of being able to listen to and applaud all the musicians and singers who wish to participate: pianists, violinists, flutists and of course our talented singers! Once again, we will hold this great event in the Methodist Church splendid concert hall in Wan Chai A 200HKD participation will beContinue reading “Save the date : FHK Music Christmas charity concert, Saturday 3rd of December, 9.30am”

Group class schedule 2022-2022

This year FHK Music offers musical group activities in FRENCH. in Stanley, Tseung Kwan O and Clear Water Bay:– Individual singing, piano or violin lessons at home (English also available)– Pop choirs (2 groups: 6-9 and + 10 year old)– Musical awakening (from 2 to 5.5) for great fun– Two charity concerts a year inContinue reading “Group class schedule 2022-2022”

Stanley, TKO and CWB locations

FHK Music is expanding 🙂For this new school year, our teachers will hold the different activities in various locations: Stanley group activities (Choir on tuesday, Music theory and history on wednesday, Musical awakening on thursday) : NEW LOCATION! Thanks to our partnership with Lou Pichoun, we will welcome our students in their big classroom, inContinue reading “Stanley, TKO and CWB locations”

Meet our new amazing teachers!

For this new school year 2022-2023, the FHK Music team welcomes new talents. Their names are Hinson, Cherry and Ray, qualified Hong-Kong trained teachers in various skills (piano, flute, saxophone, bassoon, drum…) All passionate musicians who enjoy teaching, our teachers transmit their knowledge with enthusiasm and kindness to their students. Here is a quick overviewContinue reading “Meet our new amazing teachers!”

FHK Music is now offering activities at TKO – CWB!

Great news: from the start of the 2022 school year, the FHK Music team will offer musical activities in the districts of Tseung Kwan O and Clear Water Bay: Individual lessons (English, French or Cantonese): Piano and violin lessons in students’ homes (or private music room in Clear Water Bay of choice) Group lessons (French):Continue reading “FHK Music is now offering activities at TKO – CWB!”

A great end-of-year recital!

On June 4, 2022, FHK Music invited all its students to show their progress in front of their loved ones, during an exiting end-of-year concert. It was in the magnificent concert hall of the Methodist International Church in Wan Chai that this great event was held. More than 40 student musicians, of all levels, mobilizedContinue reading “A great end-of-year recital!”

Metronomes for young musicians at sourced price (90HKD)!

You probably know the metronome, this small instrument invented in 1812 by a German watchmaker by the sweet name of Dietrich Nikolaus Winkel, which allows you to obtain a tempo when you play music? The metronome provides you with the ideal speed to play a song and allows you to stick to the right timingContinue reading “Metronomes for young musicians at sourced price (90HKD)!”

Temporary closure of group activities following the announcements of new health restrictions

Since February 10, 2022, due to the proliferation of COVID in Hong Kong, even small group classes are prohibited by the Hong Kong government. Of course, this announcement has important repercussions on the organization of children’s musical activities. We have done everything from the beginning to maintain face-to-face sessions for your children, in particular byContinue reading “Temporary closure of group activities following the announcements of new health restrictions”