Music education as extra-curricular, a ‘special,’ on the sidelines, or as a core subject… There’s a lot to ponder and many implications. This article shows what can happen when music education makes the move and becomes foundational.
This article addresses the role art educators have in the development of social-emotional skills.
This article highlights how playing music strengthens your brain.
Doctors are now prescribing music for a variety of conditions. Perhaps we should all consider music as preventive care!
This article highlights how music lessons positively impact the high school student performance in science, math, and English.
More research showing the connection between music study and brain development.
Who wants to practice to play like this?
It’s fun to play Bach when you’re six!
Many studio families enjoy season tickets to the Holland Symphony, Grand Rapids Symphony, or the Lansing Symphony as holiday gifts to be enjoyed throughout the year. This is a great way to develop a vision for artistry in your children and to live your values in supporting the arts in our community and culture. If you sometimes struggle with concert time, let this article by Hilary Hahn encourage you!
Back to school… It’s a great time to assess routines and make adjustments. How has your family’s Suzuki practicing been going? What needs tweaked as you look forward to a new year of music study with your children? This article about the ‘Suzuki Triangle’ is a great place to start!