Music education

Is academia the right way to go for young people seeking a career in Music

The Music Industry is a unique working environment. No other industry that I have worked in offers such a warm welcome to the newcomer whilst presenting such a diverse choice of careers.

Musical Instrument Professional

Is Music the Key to Success?

Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, was a professional clarinet and saxophone player. The hedge fund billionaire Bruce Kovner is a pianist who took classes at Juilliard.

The New York Times

Inclusion and Success - The American Music Teacher

For most of my 16 years at MTNA, I have advocated that a proper music education involves, even requires, both public school music as well as private teaching.

Hispanic Business

Why I became a music teacher and my mission to reshape music in UK schools

Taking part in pilot scheme turned everything Anna Gower thought she knew about music learning and teaching upside down and inside out.

The Guardian

Lang Lang promotes education at UN headquarters

Chinese pianist Lang Lang speaks at the one-year anniversary meeting of the United Nations' Global Education First Initiative at the UN headquarters in New York.

Parents Absolutely Should Force Their Kids to Take Music Lessons

Should children study violin—or rather, be forced to study violin? Or forced to study ballet?

New Republic

Lagos exposes teachers to music, physical health education skills

Lagos State government has exposed its teachers to the latest teaching skills in Music and Physical Health Education in a 3-day Music and Physical Health Education workshop in preparation for the 2013/2014 academic session.

World Stage News

Children’s ability to follow a beat may impact reading, language skills

New research is shedding light on how music education may help improve children's reading and language skills.

Fox News

Learning Matters: Music instruction hits the right notes

Unfortunately, most of our elementary students don't receive regular musical instruction. What they miss out on is not just the music. They miss the ways music education can support other areas of learning.

Glendale News Press

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