Teens find relief in learning an instrument!

By on 3-25-2015 in Uncategorized

Based on an article from NAMM.org, teens see music as their social glue—a bridge for building acceptance and tolerance for people of different ages and cultural circumstances. Music provides opportunities in school for teens’ engagement as performers, composers and intelligent listeners, and these activities and qualities appear to be deeply meaningful to them. For teens who are desperately seeking relevance, musical study may give them the balanced experience they require.”

If you have children or teens, make sure they learn music, they can only become better citizens of the world.


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