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Studying music has a huge number of benefits, some more familiar than others, but all incredibly positive for academic, social, and emotional outcomes. When we play music, all areas of the brain are activated. The three learning styles of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic are all needed to learn a piece of music. Reading the notes (visual), hearing the pitches (auditory), and physically playing the music (kinesthetic) produce an all-encompassing learning experience.
After close consultation with our guest artists, our upcoming Voice Intensive Festival "Immerse Yourself in Melody" and concert with Mark...
Congrats to the Omaha Conservatory’s winners in this year’s Omaha Music Teachers Association Young Artist Competition!
If this piano-focused preview of SoundWaves 2021 doesn’t get you keyed up for camp, we’re not sure what will!