Sau Chow has been playing drums since age 14. In his early years he basically studied and played classic and heavy rock, which was where his early passions lie.
In 1992 he won the coveted prize of Best Drummer at the Carlsberg Music Festival (now known as Yamaha Asian Beat Band Competition) in Hong Kong, before a panel of celebrities and respected music industry professionals...
Playing drums goes way beyond participating in music.
There is much to learn and love about playing drums. Drumming can be therapeutic, a great way to relieve stress. It’s also sociable. When you join up with others in a band or music group to practice and play music together, it’s a fun way to hang out with friends.
Most of all, drumming is very rewarding beyond just playing music. Drumming can help an individual’s coordination skills, mental alertness and sense of discipline. All in all, it can contribute to the overall development of any student.