MIT researchers find ways into brain’s ‘music room’ By Natalie Angier NEW YORK TIMES FEBRUARY 09, 2016 NEW YORK — Given the antiquity, universality, and deep popularity of music, many researchers had long assumed the human brain must be equipped
Are students who take music smarter or are students who are ‘nagged’ into practicing by their parents smarter? An interesting read about brain development in young musicians. Leah McLaren: The key to smarter children? Music lessons – and nagging
2015-16 Band and Orchestra Performances Our times are posted and the full day schedule will be out shortly!! Please make sure you clear your schedule so you may join us at the performance!!
IA Program Cover Fall 2015 We are so close to our first concerts of the season!! Here is the cover of our first show!!
Classical music competitions: Where the world’s best young musicians are looking for listings of international competitions and prizes. https://www.musicalchairs.info/competitions
Michigan State University’s College of Music expanded its music education and music therapy offerings to children and youth in Detroit as part of a wider university effort to share faculty expertise and resources with the city’s residents. The programs are
Why Should I Send My Child to Private Music Lessons? by Dan Mattix | Dec 27, 2014 “Why should I send her to private music lessons? My daughter is in her school band.” A fair question—one you yourself may have