Music education

Belgian filmmaker explores why young Koreans are dominating classical music

It is no longer a rarity to hear about Koreans sweeping international classical music competitions.

The Korea Times

‘Hearables’ can teach you a language or music with the help of AI

In music education and language teaching, hearables are poised to play a significant role as listening is at the centre of both music and language comprehension.

The Conversation

What Britain can learn from Latvia's incredible music education system

In the United Kingdom, music has always been the Cinderella of education, constantly praised by ministers in high-flown speeches but never really high on their agenda.

The Telegraph

La fabrique des chefs

Comment devient-on chef d'orchestre ? A la délicate question " la direction s'enseigne-t-elle ? ", certains grands pédagogues, de Hans Swarowsky à Jorma Panula en passant par Franco Ferrara semblent répondre oui.

France Musique

¿Cómo elegir un instrumento musical para mi hijo y a qué edad puede empezar a aprender?

Antes de decidirse por el violín, el piano o la guitarra, acerque a su niño al aspecto más natural y placentero de la música, desde los primeros años.

El Universo

5 tech tricks for learning a musical instrument

Whether you want to pursue a career in music or simply enjoy making sweet sounds that only you will hear, learning how to play an instrument is one of the most popular ways to share your melodies with the world. It can feel like a daunting, frustrating task, but technology can smooth out the learning curve.

Popular Science

Introduction to the hardanger fiddle

Violinist and hardanger fiddle player Ranghild Hemsing demonstrates the beauty of Norway’s national instrument.

The Strad

Music Education Changed My Life, And Other Students Should Have That Opportunity, Too

If music had been offered more during my secondary education, maybe I would’ve been more prepared and confident?


Apprendre les mathématiques : les résultats surprenants d'un professeur qui enseigne avec la musique

Né à Bogotá il y a 43 ans, diplômé du MIT et fort d'une longue carrière de professeur d'université aux États-Unis, M. Ardila a réussi à glisser l'émotion de la musique pour optimiser l'apprentissage de l'un des domaines les plus sérieux et les plus rationnels des sciences exactes : les mathématiques.


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