Music education

India: What’s Changed for Music Education in the Pandemic

Between March 2020 and now, music education moving online is no longer about a video call with your teacher and battling latency or internet issues. After all, professional level courses and rigorous one on one training are still on the agenda when it comes to shaping the Indian music industry’s future minds.

Rolling Stones

‘I get completely lost in it’: why more people are tuning in to music lessons

Motivation may be essential, but that’s nothing without a good teacher to harness it.

The Sydney Morning Herald

Les trois temps de l’apprentissage

Qu’il s’agisse d’apprendre à parler, à danser ou à jouer de la musique, le cerveau s’organise sur trois échelles de temps différentes, allant de quelques millisecondes à plusieurs minutes. Les connaître aide à devenir un « expert » dans son domaine.

Cerveau & Psycho

¿Son las aplicaciones de música herramientas educativas?

En la actualidad encontramos a nuestra disposición un sinfín de aplicaciones (apps) musicales que permiten tanto a niños como mayores interactuar con el material musical de una forma nunca antes experimentada.

The Conversation

‘A child with a violin is a narco hitman disarmed’

Investment in music education and other cultural activities for children can help bring peace to Guerrero, according to the founder of a cultural center in the state’s notoriously violent Tierra Caliente region.

Mexico News Daily

Enhancing access to good music learning is successful national policy

A number of Arab countries have also been working on developing music education, both formally under state direction and patronage, and informally through the organic growth of regional and local music schools.

Arab News

Why taking up an instrument has struck a chord for so many

One report by research firm Mintel found that 71% of UK adults were spending more time on a hobby, while one in five had taken up a new one, and 27% had rediscovered a former passion.


Des codes couleurs pour apprendre à jouer d’un instrument

Des gommettes de couleur sont collées sur les instruments. Pas besoin de connaître le solfège pour se lancer, les notes sont remplacées par des couleurs. “Au lieu de leur dire “mi”, on leur dit “bleu” et pour eux, c’est tout de suite plus visuel et plus instinctif“, selon Joachim Poitevin, professeur au sein du Brussels Rock School.


Encuentra el ritmo para explotar el aprendizaje de tu hijo

La música no sólo influye en su estado de ánimo, también puede mejorar su concentración y explotar su inteligencia y creatividad.

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