Professor for Tuba and Euphonium, Head of the brass quintet called "Brassdivo"

Mr. Scott Liu began playing the tuba at the age of fourteen. In September 1992, Liu entered the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) in the United Kingdom where he studied under the late Stuart Roebuck and Brian Kingsley. He subsequently graduated with a Professional Performance Diploma in 1996.

During his time in the UK, he joined the Warwickshire County Youth Orchestra and Wind Orchestra, also, the college Brass Band, Brass Ensemble, Wind Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra of RNCM. And with some of these ensembles, he has recorded on three commercial CDs and several broadcasts on BBC Radio 3. In 1995 he took part in the 7th WASBE (The World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles) Conference with the RNCM Wind Orchestra in Hamamatsu (Japan) and also overseas performances in the United States of America, France, Norway, the Netherlands, Taiwan, Guangzhou, Japan, Malaysia and Korea.

After he returned to Hong Kong in 1996, Scott started his career as a band director and brass instructor. He's a free-lance tuba player of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Macao Orchestra and the Music Office. In 1995 and 1998, Scott gave solo performances with the Academy Symphonic Wind Ensemble in Singapore and Australia . In 1997 he joined the Top Chinese Musician Symphony Orchestra which performed during the Hand-over of Hong Kong to China .

Apart from musical performances, Scott is also interested in band directing and teaching. Currently, he is the music director of Hong Kong Pops Wind Orchestra, Hong Kong Wind Orchestra, a conductor of the HKAPA Junior Wind Band and Hong Kong Neowinds Orchestra and is a vice-chairman of Hong Kong Band Directors Association (HKBDA).