Music education

Music Crossroads International to launch creative training for youth

Building on previously administrated workshops in partnership with the African Music Development Programme from the International Music Council, the project will deliver a number of workshops in the fields of audio engineering, cultural management as well as instrument build and repair.

Music in Africa

Where music and technology unite

"Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination nor both together go to the making of genius. Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius."

MIT Press

Musical Education: Live or Digital?

Trick question there. ALL music learning is good. However, as a teacher of both live and digital music, I wonder which is best overall?

Geek Mom

Music education in South Sudan

The music education sector in South Sudan is underdeveloped owing to the political turmoil that continues to plague the world’s youngest nation.

Music in Africa

L.A. Phil's Gustavo Dudamel: Teaching music took these students 'from nothing to something'

Easter Day 2007, the Los Angeles Philharmonic announced that Gustavo Dudamel would become the music director in 2009. But he didn’t wait long to start Youth Orchestra Los Angeles.

LA Times

Faut-il éveiller les enfants à la musique ?

De nombreuses études attestent les bienfaits de la musique sur le développement de l’enfant. Et il existe une tonne d’initiatives pour faire aimer la musique à nos petites têtes blondes ?

La Libre

Building Empathy in the Music Classroom

Change is the ever constant. The field of education is evolving rapidly to accommodate the learning needs of this generation of students.

NAfME

EMI Music Sound Foundation hits £6m grant milestone

Since starting in 1997, EMI Music Sound Foundation has provided more than 6,400 young people and numerous schools with financial awards totalling over £6m through its support programme.

Music Week

Music education in Togo

Music has always been a part of Togolese daily life. Well before colonization, the Togolese, just like other Africans, passed on their musical knowledge to their descendants through the process of enculturation.

Music in Africa


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