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Can music make an essential contribution to an individual’s education? Or is it just a luxury add-on? The answer is that music, when taught properly, definitely contributes to many different aspects of an individual’s education. Music is good enough for its own sake and does not need external justification. However, there is more to it than that.

Education through Music

Vincent Iyengar

Vincent Iyengar
Director of Education through Music

The Quality Music School just opened in Warblington near Emsworth and Havant in Hampshire on Friday mornings.

Vacancies in class is for 2-3 year-olds 

Waiting list available for older children

Contact us if interested.

“We really enjoy our music classes with Vincent. The children have so much fun and don’t realise how much they are learning as Vincent skilfully builds up their musical knowledge and understanding using Kodaly and Dalcroze methods. It makes such a difference having a professional, highly musically educated music teacher leading these sessions and should hopefully lead to the children having an intrinsic understanding and appreciation of music and musicianship on which to build over the years.” Mrs Kathryn D. Emsworth, Hampshire

Can music make an essential contribution to an individual’s education? Or is it just a luxury add-on?

The answer is that music, when taught properly, definitely contributes to many different aspects of an individual’s education. Music is good enough for its own sake and does not need external justification.  However, there are many other benefits, such as:

  • increased working memory
  • better pattern recognition
  • improved gross and fine motor control
  • improved social awareness
  •   improved auditory perception

 

Related links:

Information about Kodaly

Information about Dalcroze

ABC Concerts for very young children and babies

 Click this link: How music helps children learn

 

Visit Vincent’s profile

The Kodaly and Dalcroze approaches to music learning

List of music teachers who are inspired and informed by the Kodaly approach