Music education

Can Music Education Make Your Child’s Brain Better?

Aside from the aforementioned benefits of music education, music is a near constant part of our lives, from our on-and-off-again exercise routines to our daily commutes to our coworker’s desktop stereo playing the same three songs on repeat.

Medical Daily

Improving Music Education Can Be a High Note for Our Industry

In most industries, a combination of hard work and talent is a fairly reliable route to success. It's not like that in the music business unfortunately.

Huffington Post

Conservatoires should place more focus on teaching skills

All too often performance graduates are leaving college as talented and capable musicians, but facing fierce competition from myriad equally talented and capable performers, and slim chances of landing a full-time orchestral position.

The Strad

‘Classical 100’ brings classical music to primary schools

Free online resource for teachers helps introduce children to a variety of composers and recordings.


Solfege Stickers

It's no secret that I believe very strongly in the importance of incorporating composition regularly into elementary music curriculum.

Organised Chaos

AMDP Trainings and internships in Cameroun

In the framework of the African Music Development Programme, the International Music Council in partnership with “ LE KOLATIER “ implemented from October 5th to October 8th at Yaoundé, Cameroon a training session designed for young African music professionals.


Music education in Madagascar

The musical landscape of Madagascar is as varied as the number of ethnicities, dialects and cultures that make up the country. Music-related beliefs or religions plunge the Madagascan, from childhood, into the wellspring of a natural and obvious acceptance of music.

Music in Africa

Talking Up Music Education

Talking Up Music Education is a podcast produced by The NAMM Foundation about music education. Host Mary Luehrsen chats with teachers, parents, students and community leaders who share stories about what they are doing to create music learning opportunities.


Classical music – just give children the chance to love it

You don’t need a PhD or a specific gift in order to appreciate classical music. All you need is ears, and an open mind – things every child already has.

The Guardian

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