Why learn music?

“ Musical activity involves nearly every region of the brain that we know about, and nearly every neural subsystem ”

— Daniel Levitin, This is Your Brain on Music, p.299

express yourself

Music is the best way for you to express yourself, unleash your creativity, and get inspired. Immerse yourself or your children in the world of music through musical education to produce an enhanced appreciation and understanding of this art

improved cognitive abilities

The auditory precision required in music study results in dramatic improvements in language abilities. Musically trained children are able to distinguish subtleties of speech, resulting in increased verbal, comprehension, reading, and communication skills. Students of music have better information processing, stronger neural connections, and improved memory.

increased focus and academics

Music gives its learners an increased attention span and stronger focus as well as self-discpline. Children who learn music have higher IQs and better motor coordination. Studies have found that music students significantly outperform academically compared to other students and are more motivated.

empathy and social awareness

Musical education increases empathy in children as well as improves their emotional intelligence and interpretation of nuances of speech. Music is emotional and through this art students learn to connect with others on an emotional level. While performing with other musicians students increase their cooperation skills.


Performing as well as self-discipline give students a high level of confidence

"The theory of relativity occurred to me by intuition, and music is the driving force behind this intuition. My parents had me study the violin from the time I was six. My new discovery is the result of musical perception."

— Albert Einstein