Music education

Science Has Great News for People Who Can't Sing

Forget the middle school haters who shamed you into believing you were tone-deaf.

Music Mic

Inspired by Gustavo Dudamel, L.A. Phil’s Youth Orchestra wins over skeptics

The program offers free instruments and years of musical training to mostly underprivileged children, with the aim that it will help them achieve success, and that many may eventually become supporters of classical music.

Los Angeles Times

Bringing Back What Works in Education

Numerous other research and data have confirmed the positive impact of music education in schools.

Huffington Post

Return the Gift

How Portland is keeping jazz alive and raising its next generation.


La BBC retourne sur les bancs de l'école

En réponse aux coupes successives des budgets du gouvernement britannique dédiés à l'éducation musicale à l'école, la BBC dévoile BBC Music, projet éducatif à l'échelle nationale, destiné à soutenir la musique à l'école.

France Musique

The neuroscience of music learning

Music can literally catch and hold our attention, partly because it snaps us out of the ordinary cadence of speech, it's fun, and hits both of what scientists tell us our brains seeks – pleasure and patterns.


Simon Rattle to conduct unique children’s orchestra during London Residency

100 musicians aged 11-21 get the musical chance of a lifetime.


Singing: use it or you’ll lose it

Singing may not be so much a natural talent as it is a learned skill—one that researchers say can decline over time if not used.


Arts Education Matters: We Know, We Measured It

Though the arts receive relatively little attention from policymakers and school leaders, exposing young people to art and culture can have a big impact on their development.

Coalition for Cultural Diversity

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