Music education

Apprendre la musique sans solfège ? C'est possible

L'enseignement musical classique est généralement destiné à une élite d'enfants doués. Les autres s'accrochent comme ils peuvent. La plupart, 85 % d'entre eux, s'arrêtent avant 15 ans.

Le Plus

La musique : Un facteur-clé du développement de l'enfant

Avis aux parents qui veulent offrir à leurs enfants l'opportunité de développer pleinement leur potentiel : les recherches en neuroscience continuent de démontrer que l'éducation musicale procure aux enfants de nombreux bienfaits à long terme.

CNW

Classical music brings French children closer to their roots

Could classical music beat poverty? France is betting on it, with the Démos project – Orchestral Music Education with a social purpose – coordinated by the City of Music, which focuses on the future of children from poor suburbs.

West

With Music, the Sky Is Not the Limit, It's Just the View

Music has a way of impacting people in the largest ways with just a small amount of effort.

Huffington Post

Rock music to join jazz in the classroom

Little Kids Rock is dedicated to transforming children's lives by restoring and revitalizing music education in disadvantaged public schools. This is the largest single private investment in public school music in the country's history.

Examiner

International Jazz Day Educational

The day brings together communities, schools, artists, historians, academics, and jazz enthusiasts all over the world to celebrate and learn about jazz and its roots, future and impact.

Educational Tools  - Osaka School of Music Live Stream  

Le jazz pour l'école inclusive

Les « Petits Loups des Voix » n'est pas juste un projet de chorale scolaire. Il est la concrétisation d'un nouveau rapport entre l'école et son environnement, une manière d'avoir des convictions ambitieuses et rigoureuses.

Café Pédagogique

Herb Wong: Visionary founder of BUSD’s jazz program

Wong was the visionary principal of Washington Elementary School who was responsible for hiring Phil Hardymon, Dick Wittington and Bob Chaconas to teach jazz to little kids in the Berkeley Unified School District, way back in the late 1960s.

Berkeleyside

Schools may be de-emphasizing music, but 'Jazz Intervention' is bringing it to youth

Shawn Hopson has been involved in the promotion of live music for nearly a decade. Now he's trying to encourage local youth to participate.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


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