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Meet The Team

Mavis Wong

Assistant Director
Expressive Arts Therapy (Master Degree in The University of Hong Kong), 
Bachelor of Multimedia Design (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia),
LRSM in Piano Performance (Royal Schools of Music, UK)
 
 

Mavis Wong graduated from the Master program in Expressive Arts Therapy at The University of Hong Kong after getting a degree from the Swinburne University of Technology in Australia. She was also awarded the Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music (LRSM) in Piano Performance. She further studied Piano Performance at Berklee School of Music in the United States. She is honored to have studied with various great teachers such as Dr. Pei Yu Shu and Dave Limina.

 

Mavis is passionate about her teaching. One of her students was the winner of Composer of the year (Hong Kong Music Schools Festival 2017) and was invited to perform in the HKMSF winner concert. She was awarded the Best Teacher Award of The Hong Kong (Asia Pacific) Piano Competition in 2014 and 2016 and the Gold Award for Hong Kong Children & Youth Piano Contest in 2016. She also served as an adjudicator in Hong Kong Interschool Music Competition and Wonderland Music Competition. Her students are frequent prizewinners at different piano Asia Pacific international competitions.

 

Currently living in Hong Kong and Singapore, Mavis is assistant director of Duett Academy of Music, which mission at ensuring a fun, creative learning environment to cultivate the musicianship of all-age students through our curriculum. As a keen promoter of music education, she organized various music workshops such as Music Therapy and Dalcroze Eurhythmics workshops for music learners.

 

Combining with expressive arts therapy, Mavis is currently cooperating with different organizations, including HK Caritas, Yan Oi Tong, and Sik Sik Yuen for the elderly music (cognitive training) program as well as teaching as a guest lecturer at Hong Kong Baptist University. She believes using arts as a tool can facilitate a diverse range of populations for future educational purposes, and thus, strengthen the community as a whole.