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Musicians  know that learning music has a positive impact on other areas of a student’s  life too.  We have witnessed how it helps students to improve their self-discipline, dexterity, coordination, self-esteem, thinking skills and listening skills. In addition to this, recent scientific research has found that music develops both sides of the brain which stimulates a child’s academic, emotional, physical and spiritual response.

Music ensembles in particular train children not only to play music but also to have a sense of commitment, to work with others harmoniously and to deal with self-expression in a constructive way. It is a wonderful experience that will provide students with lasting benefits.