Inspiring families since 2009

Best Music has been successfully running in the city of Hong Kong for 6 years. We offer a career path to a lifetime of opportunities, even if your child doesn’t choose a professional career in music. However, if your son or daughter is interested in pursuing a music career, we are offering a lifetime commitment to you child’s overall development.

The students of Best Music Academy are dedicated to sharing their musical gifts by performing as much as possible, as well as doing community service in Hong Kong. Some of the various performance venues include Hong Kong City Hall (Central), Hong Kong Baptist University (Kowloon Tong), Hong Kong Space Museum (Tsim Sha Tsui), The Bert James Young Elderly Centre (Tai Koo Shing), The Hong Kong Society for the Aged (North Point) and St. James’ Settlement (Sheung Wan).

At this moment, the United States is the center of gravity for musical education. With our vast and established connections, or students will be given priority and well prepared to be far ahead of the competition. And in such, that will out them into leading positions globally.

After first meeting with Peter and and Ms. Charliah I realised that Best Music Academy was offering a very different musical education. The most important of which to me is the partnership between teacher, school director, student and parent. Playing the violin is not easy, especially when you are only six, but by providing the boys with calm, patient tutoring paired with a clear expectation of what is to be achieved within the lesson I feel the boys rise to the occasion more often than not. There is a level of respect within the school not just for the teachers but also the art of learning the violin.
— written by a mom of 2 boys learning violin, aged 6 years and 8 years

Best Music has 100% success rate of exam candidates who each have received either Merit or Distinction.

The Nemours Foundation (a non-profit organization founded by philanthropist Alfred DuPont to improve the health of children) notes in a 2008 report that a research has shown that children who are actively involved with music:

  • do better in reading and math when they start school
  • are better able to focus and control their bodies
  • play better with others and have higher self-esteem