Benefits of Music Education

June 9, 2021 | Benefits of Music Education

Feeling confident! No matter the age, learning to play an instrument begins with listening to music, reading notes, and developing your technical skills and musicianship. Before long, you can play songs and feel good about where you are on your musical journey. Satisfaction attained, and a dose of confidence to keep you motivated to learn more.

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May 27, 2021 | Benefits of Music Education

Music has another superpower—the ability to help us learn languages. Musicians learn to hear the differences in pitch and rhythm, which may help them perceive intonations in spoken languages. We know that simply singing songs in various languages can also help young students learn a language. Think of the nursery rhyme, Frère Jacques. Music appears to help kids learn vocabulary and grammar skills and boosts brain activity.

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February 23, 2021 | Benefits of Music Education

By Emma Huggard Think about your favorite musical artist and the instruments they play. Bruce Springsteen, on guitar, keyboard, or harmonica? Jerry Garcia on guitar or banjo? Prince on the keyboard, guitar, or 20 more? So many well-known artists of the past century are skilled on more than one instrument. You may not aspire to be an award-winning musician, but learning a second instrument – at any age - can enhance your musical knowledge and appreciation.

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September 30, 2020 | Benefits of Music Education

Music is an important part of every child's development. A great song can often light up their eyes, inspire them to move around and dance, and even help them with their sense of confidence. And it doesn't end there. The elements of music education require focus and foster self-expression. Children will also learn to...

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September 30, 2020 | Benefits of Music Education

The past several months have been challenging. A pandemic forced us inside and limited our ability to gather, often resulting in high anxiety and stress levels. Civil unrest added to our anxiety. We’ve had to adapt quickly to a new way of doing things.

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