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If your parents forced you to practice your scales by saying it would “build character,” they were onto something. The Washington Post reports that one of the largest scientific studies into music’s effect on the brain has found something striking: Musical training doesn’t just
5 Things You Need for Every Practice Session: Practicing can get monotonous over time, especially if you are practicing the same things over and over. Efficient practicing will help you progress through your pieces quickly and keep things fresh and
If you read our article about the benefits of music lessons, then by now you’re already well aware of the academic and psychological benefits of music lessons. From school to the workplace, the scientific evidence of the positive influence of
Forbes Music Company is proud to announce it’s Teacher Spotlight series. Periodically, we will be introducing you to one of our teachers. Through an informal interview, they will share stories about their musical endeavors, training and where they find inspiration.
Choosing an instrument can seem overwhelming. With a plethora of exciting options the ukulele is often overlooked. Below are five reasons why the 4-stringed instrument deserves closer consideration. 5 Reasons to Consider the Ukulele for Your Kids or Yourself! 1.
If your child is like I was, maybe they casually tinker at the piano, carelessly pluck the guitar strings, or sing along to the radio (nowadays Spotify or Apple Music), hitting the right pitches about as often as they clean
Employee loyalty begins with employer loyalty. Harvey Mackay said that, and it’s true even if you’re working with contractors. It’s rare to see that kind of commitment from the office, any office. In a world of Uber this and that,