Posts Tagged ‘learning music’

Musical education: Opera for young children

Feb 15 2013

Despite being Italian, I never quite understood Opera singing until in my late Twenties. Now that I am in my Forties I totally love it and understand its meaning and appreciate the skills required to perform in an opera.

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Disney Fantasia

Nov 07 2012

A lot of mums asked me to report back from this spectacular event at the Royal Albert Hall. Well, it totally exceeded my expectations! It was highly educational as well as entertaining. Getting kids at an early age interested in music is very important. Learning and appreciating classical music is a useful skill in life.

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Music is the X factor in children’s creativity: ideas to get creative with the kids and music

Oct 29 2012

A new executive report reveals music is a key contributing factor to making a child happy and to developing their creativity – whether that’s banging on a saucepan with a wooden spoon or singing nursery rhymes on loop.

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ARTPEGGIOS: A NEW MUSIC & ART SPACE ARRIVES IN WEST LONDON

Oct 11 2012

DISCOVER A NEW AND UNIQUE BILINGUAL FRENCH/ENGLISH ART & MUSIC SPACE & CULTURAL CENTRE.
Artpeggios is a music and art school in west London for everyone from the age of eight and upwards.

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Why learning music is essential for every child

Mar 23 2012

Music and actively playing an instrument helps a young child develop an assortment of skills. A simple activity of an infant banging on a sauce pan with a spoon is potentially developing rhythmic skills. The rhythms create an awareness of sequences. Creating a repeated sequence of noises adds logic to the whole process not to mention the hand eye co-ordination and large motor skill development.

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