Music education

Could Brexit benefit music education in the UK?

Brexit may be the ‘trigger for progress’ for music and arts education in the UK.

MIPRO

Why it is never too late to learn an instrument

The start of the year is a great time to take on a new challenge. The pianist James Rhodes tells Clemency Burton-Hill how anyone can learn to play Bach in six weeks.
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BBC

Ecouter de la musique rend les enfants plus intelligents

Ecouter de la musique est non seulement bon pour le moral, mais rendrait aussi les enfants plus intelligents selon cette étude autrichienne.

Virgin Radio

How to Advocate for Music Education

Whether you realize it or not, if your child is starting music study through their school’s music program this year, you are now a potentially powerful advocate for music education.

NAFME

Four ways to raise the profile of music in your school

What profile does music have in your school? Is it a core part of your school community or is music ‘just another subject’?

Beat Goes On

Beals: A music education in your headphones

I have a few music-based podcasts I find enlightening and entertaining. Some of them continue to pump out episodes on a regular basis, and others had a limited run. Listen and learn.

Free Lance Star

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


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