Titus MAK

Titus MAK

“Musical instruments in ancient China were very popular. The emperors believed that using music for education and ruling the country would keep everything in order. They said that people who knew music were usually gentle, kind and loyal. “


Titus MAK
Traditional Chinese Music Instruments Trainer

Origin - Hong Kong


Mr. Titus Mak originally came to Britain to study Biology, but due to his circumstances he changed his initial decision and studied music instead. Music was his hobby since childhood. However, realising that there were so many people studying western instruments like piano and violin, the young Titus thought Chinese traditional music would be more intriguing. From that moment, the study of Chinese traditional music has become his life-long pursuit. He came to London to promote Chinese music during the 80s and set up the ‘British Chinese Music Association’ in 1987. During the 90s, he started to teach Chinese music in the Chinese Community Centre Chinatown. His passion for Chinese music never fades.