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Music education

Los efectos positivos de la música en adolescentes

Los beneficios de la música se extienden más allá de las conexiones neuronales del cerebro. Apuntan a un mayor bienestar y desarrollo positivo en los adolescentes.


Playing Street Fighter made me a better piano teacher

A music teacher compares learning Ultra Street Fighter 4 with learning how to play piano.


At-home musical training improves older adults’ short-term memory for faces

Findings from a controlled experiment suggest that musical training can lead to cognitive benefits that extend to nonmusical tasks.


Bringing community music to schools in India

Music has been a part of human existence for thousands of years. It has developed, from what could have been forms of shared sound, to more recognisable as music today, but it has always had an important place in society and communication.

Deccan Herald

Éducation : la musique, un stimulant pour le cerveau des enfants

Des études et tests semblent prouver que la musique a un effet très bénéfique sur le cerveau des enfants. Elle leur permettrait, par exemple, de développer de meilleures facultés de langage.

France Info

¿Cuánto cuesta estudiar Música en el Perú y qué universidades la enseñan?

Estudiar la profesión de Música, principalmente orientada al campo de las artes, suele ser más complicado que otras más demandadas como Administración de Empresas e Ingeniería Industrial, ya que son muy pocas las universidades que ofrecen esta carrera dentro de su programa de pregrado.

La República

Just A Few Weeks Of Music Lessons Can Improve Audiovisual Processing

A new research study suggests that only a few weeks of music lessons can result in improvements to the way we process audiovisual information.

Ludwing Van

Qualities You Should Look At When Choosing A Music Trainer

Whatever your reasons are, finding the perfect music teacher or trainer may not be as easy as it may sound.


What the Suzuki Method Really Taught

Dissatisfied with Japanese music instruction, which seemed unable to teach the kind of swooning tone he loved in Elman and his contemporaries, Suzuki persuaded his father to send him off to Berlin, where he spent most of the nineteen-twenties.

The New Yorker

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