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Music education

La musique affûte le cerveau des enfants

Ceux qui jouent régulièrement d'un instrument développent davantage leur habileté mentale.

Le Figaro

USA: Arts Education Is Making a Comeback, But Not for the Reason You Might Think

When a school's funds are slashed, usually some of the first things to get cut are art, music and gym classes, despite overwhelming research that shows how valuable these classes are to helping kids become better learners and more well-rounded individuals.

Care 2

Why Your Library Needs Music

A growing body of research is affirming the central role of music in early literacy. Librarians are listening—and designing programs with a deep mindfulness of how music supports PreK–learning.

School Library Journal

BBC plans primary school classical music campaign

The BBC has unveiled 10 pieces of music that it hopes will inspire children in primary schools to learn more about classical music.

BBC News

USA: High School Music Classes Remain Popular, but Hispanics Lag Behind

New research finds that, contrary to fears, the No Child Left Behind act had little impact on enrollment in music courses.

Pacific Standard

La BBC retourne sur les banc de l'école

En réponse aux coupes successives des budgets du gouvernement britannique dédiés à l'éducation musicale à l'école, la BBC dévoile BBC Music, projet éducatif à l'échelle nationale, destiné à soutenir la musique à l'école.

France Musique

Canada: Inner-city students love making music with ESO

The free outreach program is modelled on El Sistema, a long-standing program in Venezuela that uses music for social change.

Edmonton Journal

An education for the soul

The benefits of a music education for young people are increasingly clear. So many scientific studies point to the conclusion — self-evident, surely, to anyone who has learned an instrument — that music is inherently good for the mind, body and spirit.

The Australian

Korea: Prize-winning conductor and pianist Myung Whun Chung records an album of music that rewards and encourages piano students.

Spring is the time for year-end piano recitals, for piano teachers and students to show off their stuff as the school year ends.

The Well-Tempered Ear

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