Grammy Award Winner to speak at Upcoming Conference

  Kent Knappenberger is a just regular guy, but he has one amazing talent. He’s a music teacher who’s doing some extraordinary things in the music classroom...and now he’s famous! In January 2014 Kent’s work as music teacher and choir director at Westfield Academy and Central School for the past 25 years was recognised when

New Research: Music and Language share the same Pathways In The Brain

Music educators, researchers and clinicians have suspected links between music and language learning for a long time, but now there’s even more evidence. Researchers based at Liverpool University have just confirmed that musical training can increase blood flow in the left hemisphere of the brain, suggesting that the area of the brain responsible for music

By |2014-05-29T04:31:53+00:00May 29th, 2014|Research into the Benefits of Music|2 Comments

Sammy Nestico Still Making Music at 90!

If you’ve ever played in or conducted a band, the chances are that you’ve seen the name Sammy Nestico written on the top right-hand corner. Mr Nestico is one of the true living legends in music education and we're so excited to be speaking to him in just days at our upcoming Virtual Music Education

History Of Rock n Roll: How Did Rock Begin?

Here are some You Tube Videos links  you could use to teach your students about to compliment the first lesson of the Fun Music Company History Of Rock and Roll Printable Music Lesson Plans Series. How Did Rock Begin- Video Resources "Rock Around the Clock"by Bill Haley and The Comets Debuting in 1954 and marking

Learning Music Theory in the 21st century

At its core, Music Theory is the study of the written manuscript. It is the understanding of the symbols that make up music scores, and the knowledge of how to effectively turn them into sounds. An knowledge of music theory assists musicians, not because it makes them play better, but because it helps them communicate

By |2010-03-12T02:03:31+00:00March 12th, 2010|Music Theory|Comments Off on Learning Music Theory in the 21st century

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