Project Resonance

Sharing my life through music

Project Resonance is a community project initiated by International Music Therapy Centre (IMTC), a social enterprise in Hong Kong. The project was originally initiated by registered music therapists and soon registered speech therapist and music students were also invited to engage and support.

Music can unite people from different sectors. We aim to enhance social inclusion and promote community and joy sharing.

Our project currently focuses on serving young people with special needs and their families.

The resonance of music can empower many and have a great influence on the society.

Into the Community

Through music interaction, we can understand different people’s needs, expectations and feelings, encourage them to take the initiative to give back to the society.

Connect Through Music

All humans come into the world with an innate capability for music. Music, as a non-verbal medium, can be used to connect different people in the community.

Volunteer Engagement

Registered speech therapist, students and volunteers are also invited to support this project. Hope we can gather our strengths and make a better change to the society.

Latest Activities

Making Harmonic Music Together

Project Resonance always hope to care for the neglected group in the society. Through using a Sweden instrument – Bunne, we create a platform for young people with special needs, their families and the public to share and enjoy band music and self-singing. People without any music background are all welcomed to join. 

Taught by Bunne Certified Instructor.


Date: 11 January 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 13:00-14:00 or 14:00-15:00 (Participation time to be arranged by instructor)
Venue: ACATS, Unit 1908, 19/F, Global Gateway Tower, 63  Wing Hong Street, Cheung Sha Wan (3-minute walk from Lai Chi Kok MTR Station)

For aged 9 or above with special needs, their families or caregivers, open to public.

Registration is now closed. Please stay tuned for our latest update! 

Past Activities

Band Music at Campus

If we are talking about band music, you may think of “Beyond” and there is lead vocal, lead guitar, bass guitar, drums and percussion. Have you ever though of being one of them? Using simple instrument, we can also play beautiful music!  Welcome young people with special needs, their families and caregivers to join and enjoy the fun of music.

Stay tuned for more event information!

We are Musicians

Music, as a non-verbal medium, can bring happiness and enjoyment to everyone. We can use different instruments to interact with other people and play lovely music together.


Date: 13 April 2019
Time: 3:30pm-5:00pm
Venue: 3/F, SPCF Music Playgroung, Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong
For any young people with special needs (aged 12 or above) and their parents or caregivers.

Music Grooves

Regardless of skin colour, ability and background, everyone has the right to enjoy music and feel the sense of swing. Music can awaken our innate body rhythm and break the barriers caused by physical limitations. A group of musicians and young people with special needs, as well as their caregivers can interact with each other in music and enjoy a relaxing weekend.


Date: 2 March 2019
Time: 3:30pm-5:00pm
Venue: 3/F, SPCF Music Playground
For any young people with special needs (aged 12 or above), their parents or caregivers.

Community Events and Performances

Making Music Being Well 2018

Making Music Being Well is a large music event co-organized by the Australia Music Therpay Association and Music: Play For Life, which aims to raise public awareness on the therapeutic effects of music, and promote that joining music activities can bring health and happiness to participants. In 2018, the Hong Kong “Making Music Being Well” is coming to its 8th year.  Our community music group “Colours” and “我們都是同樂人” are invited to perform at the festival. Thanks all for your support!


Date: 7 August 2018
Time: 12:30pm-2:30pm
Venue: West Kowloon Campus, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Book Crossing Festival 2018

Youth Square is launching the 8th “Book Crossing Festival” to promote mindfulness, the buzzword in the quest for peace and fulfilment, as well as to encourage local youths to gain positive vibes through encounters with various books.

Mr. Chung Kingman shared his experience of becoming a music therapist, and how music therapy brings positive vibes to the community and young people with different needs. The talk provided the audience a greater insight to the music therapy profession.

The event organiser also invited “我們都是同樂人” to play and share their music. The community music group was formed 4 years ago, all members had fought with cancer; some are already recovered, some are still undergoing treatment. All of them uses music to share their experience and empower other people who are in the same boat.

Date: 29-30 September 2018
Venue: Youth Sqaure

Community Music Therapy Group


Colours comprises of a group of autism children with great music talents. Project Resonance provided a platform to let the community to learn, understand and respect other people. Not long after the group was formed, they were already invited to a couple occasions to perform, showing their music potential to the public.


“我們都是同樂人” gathers cancer patients and survivors, who are music lovers, to sing their feelings and life experiences through music composition and ensemble. Music accompanies them to walk through the ups and downs of life.