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Remembering Oliver Sacks: Connecting Music and the Mind On Sunday, August 30, Oliver Sacks, English neurologist and author, passed away at 82. He spent his final days surrounded by family and doing what he loved- writing to friends, swimming, playing the piano, and completing articles published in the New York Times and the New Yorker....

Looking for a new activity for your child that has the potential to develop knowledge and skills that will be beneficial all their life? Look no further! Music lessons, besides being an enjoyable pastime, can also train the brain to succeed in other areas. Below, are 5 benefits music lessons can bring to your child.

Music Apps! We are well aware of how technology has grown throughout the years! With these advancements, it is impossible not to consider the advantages of using apps via devices such as iPhones or iPads. Upon researching the web, I have discovered a few music apps available through the iTunes market. Check out the list...

What is the single most important thing to any music student? Their ears of course! Many people are familiar with the Beethoven story. Even after he lost his hearing he was able to compose using the vibrations he felt when he put his ear to the piano. But lets be serious here. Beethoven was one of the greatest musicians the world has ever known. For most of us, if we damaged our hearing our musical careers would be over. While some hearing loss is a natural part of aging, we know a great deal now about how our ears work and how to protect them. So it is of the utmost importance that we educate our music students about how to protect their most valuable assets long into the future.

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