Music education

A colourful approach to music education

The connection between sound and colour is something that is very familiar to people with synaesthesia, a condition in which sensory information seems to get combined in the brain, leading to interesting results such as being able to smell words or see music.


More music needed in classrooms after 20-year decline

Albert Einstein might have said imagination is more powerful than knowledge, but if the school curriculum is anything to go by, knowledge takes precedence when it comes to Australian teaching.


Mauritanie : une éducation musicale aux mains des privés

Pays aux multiples castes où la musique se transmettait pendant longtemps dans les seules familles de griots, la Mauritanie n’a pas développé d’enseignement de la musique depuis son indépendance.

Music in Africa

Why Nam Radio is betting big on vocal training

Artists need to be educated about the importance of voice training before they can even begin to understand how to take care of the voice.

Music in Africa

Never too young for Bach

Founded in the United States, Musikgarten is an early music and movement program that enables language development, self-expression, memory skills, concentration, social interaction, motor skills, listening, problem-solving, teamwork, goal setting and coordination — all in a fun setting.


Five Inspiring Ways to Take Music Education Out of the Classroom

If you teach music in your classroom, and feel squeezed by the increased time dedicated to STEM subjects, you might not realize that you have a secret educational weapon.

Education Week

Grime over Mozart?

A new study has shown that changing how music is taught in schools could boost attendance for struggling students.


Apprendre la musique grâce aux nouvelles technologies

Dès lors, comment apprendre l’art musical à partir de l’internet ? Quels jeux vidéo vous permettent-ils d’apprendre de la musique ?

Nouvelles Technologies

How To Promote You Music On Social Media

While you're likely using the social media majors like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to promote your music, you may be frustrated with how little it's done to actually boost your music's performance.


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