Music offers a range of diverse benefits to everyone, especially the young as it contributes to their emotional, physical, social, and cognitive growth which can all enhance their performances in various fields starting from a very young age.

A person having been exposed to the influence of music starting from young age can have an unequaled development of their brain that can lead to a higher improvement of their concentration, learning abilities, and memory abilities.

For these abilities to be enhanced, music education must be ensured to be continuous, sequential, and developmental. With these kinds of benefits, having educational programs that are inclined to music will be very much helpful in achieving these outcomes

In Australia, around 63% of their primary schools do not offer classroom music education for reasons such as: insufficient provision of resources, the lack of fair access, and the low status of music education in many of their schools.

Even though 90% of the parents value and recognises the importance of music and considers it as an essential part of their child’s learning, and wants them to be involved in this kind of education, the uneven access to a good quality music education hinders this process of learning.

Having an established music educational program greatly contributes to the instrumental and aesthetic learning outcome of students, as well as their knowledge and deep understanding of their respective cultural heritage and values.

Musical knowledge can also be assigned to the enhancement of the students’ creativity together with their capacity to fully express their feelings and emotions and acquire a high level of self satisfaction and confidence within themselves.

Having the chance to collaborate music with other people helps them to establish their ability to accept, adjust, and tolerate people around them. It also helps them learn and understand the value of diversity among people and be able to share and listen to their experiences with the utmost respect.

It can be concluded that the presence of music from the very beginning does not only serve as a past time or a hobby. Unknowingly to some people music can serve as a cable to enhance one’s memory and learning ability, self-satisfaction, confidence, creativity, and self-expression.

Music can also be a way to communicate with other people through collaboration and understanding that there is diversity among us.

At Learning Through Music we’ll continue to provide music education that’s affordable and accessible in order to continuously share and develop the benefits of learning music. If you’re interested in learning a new instrument contact us for free trial lesson.