Music education

When should children begin music lessons?

“My resolution this year is to become a famous musician; uncle, do you think I am still too young to learn to play the piano?” he asked me.

The Standard

Music class encourages students with disabilities to use their voices

Learning the verses will take weeks. Some students may not be able to sing them for the final show. Instead, they might use sign language to perform or play an instrument.

The Advocate

Considering the benefits of Digital Music Grammar in a music educational program

The following scientific article “Digital Music Grammar” raises the question of the necessity of application of the digital technologies in the system of music education.

Education in Japan

'It's not enough to play the piano – it takes a lifetime to understand music'

Clustered at the very top of the piano-playing profession are a handful of players everyone agrees are supreme. Mitsuko Uchida is one of them.

The Telegraph

A Jazz Pianist Considers Fidel Castro's Music Education Legacy

Sublette explains that the Cuban Revolution in 1959 led to more investment in music education.


Kids Who Believe They Can’t Sing Tend to Quit Music Education

Elementary school children who have confidence in their own musical abilities are more likely to continue their music education through middle school, while those with poor musical self-concept are more likely to opt out of music class.

Psych Central

Utah Symphony members to provide music education for young musicians in Haiti

Professional training in music can’t be acquired by flipping through the pages of a manual or browsing through online tutorials, according to Utah Symphony cellist John Eckstein.

Desert News

L'éducation musicale en Suisse : à qui est destiné le programme Jeunesse et musique ?

Quatre ans après l'inscription dans la constitution suisse de l'éducation musicale, le programme fédéral Jeunesse et musique divise : quelle éducation musicale favoriser, celle des amateurs ou celle des jeunes talents ?

France Musique

Kazakhstan launches first national online music education project

The project forms a rich library, which aims both to preserve Kazakh musical heritage and provide access to music to those living in remote regions. Much of the music featured on Dalatunes was digitalised for the first time for its inclusion on the site.

The Calvert Journal

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