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Maggie Leung 

Hong Kong music educator Maggie Leung is experienced in teaching music for different public music examination curricula, including IBDP, GCE A-Level, GCSE (Edexcel and AQA) and IGCSE (Cambridge) Music. She has extensive teaching experience in ABRSM and Trinity College London music instrumental and theory exams.


She has been a music teacher at an international school in Hong Kong, teaching GCSE and Key Stage 3 Music. From her teaching experience, she was the GCSE music internal examiner and prepared her students for the internally and externally assessed components. She is currently appointed as an IBDP Music examiner. 


Maggie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Music) and a Master of Philosophy in Music (Historical Musicology) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. During her studies, she was awarded the Yam and Pak Cantonese Operatic Music Scholarship (任白粵劇獎學金) and received a research grant on the condition to conduct research in The British Library. She completed her piano studies with Mr. Khong Wing Yuen and Mr. Cui Siguang and received her LRSM (Piano Performance). For her flute studies, Maggie was under the tutelage of Ms. Izaskun Erdocia Uranga (the former principal flautist from the Hong Kong Sinfonietta) and Ms. Linda Stuckey (flautist and piccolist from Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra) and obtained her LRSM (Flute Performance). She also had the recorder tutelage under the instructions of Mr. Henry Ho.


Apart from her professional music training, Maggie also received her law degree, Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and as a candidate of LPC LLM from the University of Law, the U.K.

She also conducts private lessons for IBDP Music HL and SL students, GCE A-Level Music (AL and ASL), GCSE (Edexcel and AQA), and IGCSE (Cambridge) Music for ten years. Her private students receive outstanding results. Her private students scored 6 or 7 in their IBDP Music (HL and SL). For the British curriculum, her students mainly rewarded with a 7-9 in IGCSE (Cambridge), GCSE (Edexcel and AQA) and A* or A in GCE A-Level (AL and ASL) Music . 

In addition to her roles in public music exam courses, Maggie is an accomplished music educator who has taught in various primary and secondary schools.


Her private students include students from St. Paul’s Co-Educational College, Queen’s College, St. Stephen’s Girls’ College, St. Stephen’s College, Marymount Secondary School, St. Paul’s College, Ying Wah Girls College, St. Louis Secondary School, St. Joseph’s College, Cheung Chuk Shan College, St. Paul’s Convent School (Secondary Section), Diocesan Boys’ School, Diocesan Girls’ School, La Salle College, Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section), Munsang College, Methodist College, Heep Yun School, Pui Kiu College, to name a few. 


Her primary school students include St. Paul's Co-Educational College Primary School, St. Paul’s Convent School (Primary Section), Marymount Primary School, St. Clare Primary School, Salesian Primary School, Diocesan Boys’ School Primary Division, Diocesan Girls’ Junior School, Maryknoll Convent School (Primary Section), PLK Luk Hing To Primary School, etc.


Her private students from international schools include German Swiss International School, Hong Kong International School, South Island School, West Island School, King George V School, French International School, Canadian International School of Hong Kong, Victoria Shanghai Academy, Kellett School, Malvern College, Yew Chung International School of Hong Kong, Sha Tin College, Stamford American School Hong Kong, HKCCCU Logos Academy, Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong, International Christian School, etc.


She also has broad experience in teaching students various courses online. Students study in Mulgrave School (Canada), Bromsgrove School (the UK), Roedean School (the UK), St. Paul’s Grammar School (Australia), Ravenswood School (Australia), etc.


In addition to her teaching experience and roles across the public music exam curricula, Maggie has been performing in the ensemble and early music orchestra at St. John’s Cathedral, Hong Kong, and Girton College, the University of Cambridge, respectively.