2024-25 "A Drumming Music Journey in Wong Tai Sin" Drum Music Project

About the Programme

The proposed initiative aims to enhance cultural engagement within the district by adding training workshop for Silver Age and offering a diverse range of drum music programmes including Chinese drum for youth, beginners’ and advanced level workshops on cajón, Chinese drum for elderly, Chinese percussion workshop for youth, outdoor photography workshop and story writing workshop. Alongside these activities, there will be project activation concert, exhibitions, drum trial sessions and interactive concerts, providing residents with opportunities to appreciate and engage with traditional drum music and drums.


Project Activation Concert
Experience Workshops cum Exhibitions
Interactive Drumming Concerts/Showcases
Finale Performances

Details of the Activities

Please refer to the website of Hong Kong Drum Ensemble

Production Team

Artistic Curator: Chin Kwok-wai, Ronald *
Organised by: ArtsArea Management

* With kind permission of the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

About the Group

Founded in 1998 by Chin Kwok-wai, the Hong Kong Drum Ensemble is actively involved in philanthropic initiatives and regularly hosts drum music concerts. The group frequently participates in large-scale celebratory events. In 2017, they received invitations from the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London and the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Tokyo to tour 11 cities across 7 European countries, showcasing their talents. They performed at the 20th-anniversary celebration of Hong Kong's return to China in Tokyo. The same year, they were invited by the Home Affairs Bureau to perform at the opening ceremony of the 6th Hong Kong Games. They collaborated with the Sha Tin Culture and Arts Promotion Committee to curate and perform in the Music Festival. Their 20th-anniversary concert received widespread acclaim in 2018. In 2019, they partnered with Hugo Records to release their third critically acclaimed album.

Programmes conducted in Cantonese.

All activities of the scheme are free of charge.

The programme is also one of the activities in the Chinese Culture Promotion Series. The LCSD has all along promoted Chinese history and culture through organising an array of programmes and activities to enable the public learn more about broad and profound Chinese culture. For more information, please visit www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/ccpo/index.html.

To show care for senior citizens, people with different abilities and other communities in need, the LCSD has introduced the Community Care Series which offers a vast range of recreational, sports and cultural activities and facilities. For details, please visit its webpage at

Presented by:

Supported by:

Wong Tai Sin Integrated Family Service Centre

Programme Enquiries:
ArtsArea Management
5943 1323

Presenter reserves the right to change the programme, instructors/artists should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.