Who doesn’t love music? But have you ever thought that music can augment the rate of healing of patients. Music can not only rejuvenate your mind, body and soul but can heal you emotionally and physically. It can provide you several health-related benefits as well. On the occasion of World Music Day, we will shed […]Read more "5 ways how music can be therapeutic for your mind, body and soul"
IF you enjoy listening to music, then you’re not alone. As Stevie Wonder once said “music is a world within itself, it is a language we all understand”. Whether it’s blasting through the speakers in our car, playing in the background at work or booming through our IPod whilst we work out, many of us […]Read more "Music might be the medicine you need"
Music is a unique form of communication that can change the way students feel, think and act. It is one of the best tools for child’s development. Scientific research has proven that music education is a powerful tool for attaining children’s full intellectual, social, and creative potential. It speeds the development of speech and reading […]Read more "The Multiple Benefits of Music Education"
Cellist and language therapist Dr Elizabeth Morrow describes developmental dysmusia – an inability to read a musical score – and offers guidance for teachers in overcoming the difficulty. About five years ago my professional life took a hard right turn, which has opened up a surprising area of inquiry. As a newly Certified Academic Language […]Read more "Teaching April 10, 2017 Dysmusia – how dyslexic research and therapy can overcome difficulties in reading music notation"
Music is part of everyone’s life. It is all around us, all the time. It can be heard on the radio, in vehicles, at the grocery store and in our homes. It can be used to calm or to excite, and it can even be used to help the learning process. When a child becomes […]Read more "Music education proven to enhance early learning"
The italian Reggio Emilia approach is now considered the most progressive and desirable early-childhood educational approach in the world. These schools value children’s innate abilities and nurture artistic and creative intelligences through play-based emersion in the “poetic languages” such as visual arts, music, poetry, dance, drama or photography. But how might a particular language, such […]Read more "Learning the language of music: is it child’s play?"
How the brain responds to and benefits from music education. Even if you don’t consider yourself “musical,” you should still enroll your child in music performance classes. Why? Because, according to research, music bestows plenty of non-musical brain development benefits. In fact, it can make your child’s brain physically larger and enhance brain function. The links between […]Read more "The Relationship Between Music Education and Brain Development"