NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

Early Music Lessons Have Longtime Benefits
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Learning An Instrument Makes Children Grow Smarter
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Music Education Can Help Children Improve Reading Skills
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Making Music May Improve Young Children’s Behavior
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Adolescents Involved With Music Do Better In School
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Music and Movement – Instrumental in Language Development
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Learning an instrument is far more than a musical experience; it prepares your child for the skills that they will need throughout their education and in life.

  • Co-ordination
  • Listening Ability
  • Concentration
  • Confidence
  • Self-expression
  • Memory
  • Creativity
  • Improvisation
  • Independent Learning
  • Social and Interaction
  • Reading and Comprehension

All children can benefit from the gifted and talented to children with behavioural issues. Learning an instrument benefits children with special learning needs as it helps to stimulate speech development and cognitive and motor skills. In a relaxed, safe and enjoyable environment, children are able to develop their confidence and socialisation skills.