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Why learn music at a tender age?

Learning music at a tender age influences the development of a keen and intellectual mind. Studying music helps improve a range of skills including memory, creativity, responsibility and spatial awareness.

Musical study can contribute to the growth of a well rounded child by helping to build self confidence, encouraging participation and habits of sharing and giving, developing fine motor skills and promoting literacy and math skills. These have been proven by research and studies since the beginning of the 20th century.

Let’s work together to improve the quality of your child’s early elementary years …

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