Music education

A school transformed itself by giving every student a violin

Every new pupil at this forward-thinking East London school is given a violin and free music lessons. Now, the headteacher wants the scheme to be replicated across the country.

Classic FM

Raconter l'histoire de la musique aux enfants, en 13 étapes

Qu'est-ce qu'on écoutait... à Venise au XVIe siècle ? Voici une porte d'entrée si vous cherchez des idées pour initier votre enfant à la musique en vous promenant à travers ses dix siècles d'histoire !

France Musique

5 Essentials of Music Career Success

Want to build a sustainable career in the music industry? Here are a few tips on how to get started.


Arts education helps school students learn and socialise. We must invest in it

Usually comparisons between public and private schooling focus on academic or sporting outcomes - but what of creative education?

The Conversation

85 Percent of Parents Perceive Children Who Participate in Music Lessons Are Better Able to Problem Solve and Manage Their Time

Findings include correlations between music lessons and self-regulated decreased screen time, increased social and verbal skills, better time-management skills, and more for children ages 7 to 17.

PR Newswire

From Hip-Hop To Harmony, Music Has A Place In Science Education

Earlier this week, the VOICES conference featured two days of talks from science educators and communicators who use music to share ideas about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).


Journée internationale de la musique : Peut-on apprendre à être juste quand on chante comme une casserole ?

A l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la musique ce 1er octobre, 20 Minutes a interrogé quatre spécialistes pour savoir si, oui ou non chanter faux est un mal répandu et insurmontable.

20 Minutes

The real School of Rock: Australia's little country school transformed by music

When Chris Morrison took over as principal of the small rural primary school at Yahl in South Australia five years ago, only six students played an instrument.


Blow to 10,000-hour rule as study finds practice doesn't always make perfect

Research of violinists undermines popular idea as average players practise more than best ones.

The Guardian

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