Music education

Neuroscientists’ research reinforces music’s impact on the developing brain

Children can learn communication, empathy, focus and decision-making skills just as well at a piano bench as they can on the soccer field or in the chemistry laboratory, according to Assal Habibi, a neuroscientist and psychologist at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences’ Brain and Creativity Institute.

USC Dornsife

Why learning to make music is amazing for children

Children benefit hugely from learning to make music – not only from the joy music can bring to them and others, but also from the way music-making can boost wellbeing, academic attainment and personal development.

Irish News

Nicola Benedetti: ‘There is no more valuable position than that of a music teacher’

The Scottish-born virtuoso – who has also just been nominated for her first Grammy – is running the series of orchestral workshops in a bid to empower not just young musicians but, crucially, music teachers.

Classic FM

Avec quel instrument faire débuter la musique à son enfant ?

Vous êtes nombreux à rechercher le bon kit de démarrage en musique pour votre enfant. Très bonne idée ! En effet, les instruments de musique aident les enfants à cultiver leurs compétences sociales et à développer leur esprit créatif.

Six Actualités

Here’s how music classes help improve grades

Should schools scrap or limit music education classes in favour of more academically rigorous lessons? Data suggests not.

Study International

Learning the ballads of the pearl divers

Pearl diving was once the most lucrative profession in the Arabian Peninsula, but it was also one of the most dangerous, with pearl divers at risk of being killed by sharks or drowning.

The National

There are more young cellists in 2020 than ever, thanks to the ‘Sheku effect’

With his new album set to make history in the UK album chart, Sheku Kanneh-Mason continues to win over the world – and now, he’s officially inspired a new generation of young cellists.

Classic FM

En Afrique du Sud, l'apprentissage du violon pour lutter contre les fractures sociales

Pendant l’Apartheid, le violon était l’instrument des blancs. Maria Botha a appris à en jouer à cette époque où elle vivait dit-elle coupée du monde dans un ghetto doré.

France Info

Encourage Children to Play

Children are natural sound creators; they love to create sounds through everything they come in contact with including their own body! Playing instruments or found objects along to a song or soundscape is a great way of experiencing and exploring dynamics, placement of sound, sharing of sounds and textures. Everything is an exploration!

Evelyn Glennie

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