Music education

How music is transforming the lives of children in Uganda

If you found out that your son’s junior band had 30 brass instruments that were not going to be used anymore, what would you do?


Music education should be inclusive. So where are the disabled teachers?

Disabled educators can help make lessons more accessible to everyone at school – but many more are needed.

The Guardian

Hausser les performances scolaires par la musique et l’art

Les leçons de musique améliorent les performances académiques des enfants. Les habiletés cognitives telles que la mémoire à court terme, l’inhibition, la planification et le raisonnement sont rehaussées.

Science Presse

Turn yourself into a songwriter

Whether you are a well-established wordsmith or someone who's never written a song before, inspiration can strike at any moment. Could that phrase fit into the perfect chorus for a new song?


Music lessons improve children's cognitive skills and academic performance

Cognitive skills developed from music lessons appear to transfer to unrelated subjects, leading to improved academic performance.

Science Daily

Can music really change a kid's life? Three amazing stories that say 'yes' it can

Given music’s ability to unlock students’ potential and prepare them for success, we have an obligation to make the study of music more widely and equitably available.

Fox News

Le cerveau des pianistes jazz plus réactif que celui des pianistes classique ?

Vous êtes plutôt improvisation jazz ou sonate de Beethoven ? En tous cas, peu de musiciens optent pour les deux à la fois, et cela vient du cerveau.

France Musique

African Music Institute, partner of Berklee College of Music, opening in Gabon

The prestigious partner of AMI, Berklee, is regarded as one of the most famous independent music schools in the world and boasts more than 280 Grammys awarded to its alumni, including greats such as blues guitarist John Mayer, fusion keyboardist Joe Zawinul, bassists Esperanza Spalding, saxophonist Brandford Marsalis and jazz pianist Diana Krall.

Music in Africa

Are lessons killing my child's love of music?

When I was pregnant, I imagined standing at the front door, waving a small boy off to school. He had scruffy hair, scuffed knees, grey shorts and - always - a violin case on his back.

The Telegraph

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