Playing and studying music is one of those profound disciplines that benefits you so much, that it makes you become a better person and a more important person of society.
The benefits of learning an instrument and playing music pieces, has widely been proven by numerous studies and dedicated musicians, teachers, mentors and counsellors for decades.
Music is beneficial on many levels for any person who studies an instrument with commitment over a period of time. Studies shows, that learning an instrument helps students to understand many other aspects of life. Playing a musical piece is easy but to play it convincingly requires emotional input from the player. This aspect of handling, accepting and putting emotional value into something we create will help the student to understand the outcome of true commitment.
Students will then understand that commitment and making true efforts pays off in other subjects in school and when working with assignments.
Your child will realise its own personal potential. Students will start to connect with themselves on a profound level by using the instrument.
Improvising music will help students to learn how to use their mind, how to develop their creativity, how to be a person who can operate under pressure and still come out okay.
- You are learning how to get in touch with yourself
- You are learning how to express your emotions to other people
- You are learning how to be comfortable with your emotions and who you are and express those feelings
- You learn how to be present
- You learn how to think outside of the box
- You become a master problem solver
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Jenny Silverstone is a professional writer, editor, and most importantly, the mother of two beautiful kids. Jenny contributes to the popular parenting website Mom Loves Best, where she chronicals her journey through parenthood, gives tips for healthy childhood development, and shares her passion of music and the amazing benefits it can have for kids.