IT'S MORE THAN MUSIC...

I Teach MathI TEACH MATH

Music is rhythmically based on the subdivision of time into fractions. This is done immediately and instantaneously, without working it out on paper first.
I Teach ScienceI TEACH SCIENCE

Music is exact and specific, demanding exact acoustics. A musician’s score is a chart. It is a graph which indicates frequencies, intensities, melodies and harmonies. All of these elements are attended to with the most precise control of time.
I Teach HistoryI TEACH HISTORY

Music captures historical events and people’s lives at the time of it’s creation.
I Teach Foreign LanguageI TEACH FORIEGN LANGUAGE

Most music terminology is Italian, French, or German. The notation is certainly not English, but a highly developed form of shorthand which uses symbols to represent ideas.
I Teach Physical EducationI TEACH PHYSICAL EDUCATION

The creation of music requires physical coordination. The muscles of the fingers, hands, arms, legs, and back must respond instantly to the sound the ears hear. Certain musical instruments, including the voice, also demand control of the lips, checks, face, diaphragm, stomach, and chest muscles.
I Teach ArtI TEACH ART

Music allows us to take dry, boring techniques, and transform them into an emotional experience . The colors and textures of music bring beauty, sensitivity, spirituality, and joy to our lives.
10 REASONS YOU SHOULD STUDY MUSIC...
  • For those who give up easily, it's persistence, patience and endurance.

  • For those who are shy, it's poise, self-expression, sociability, and confidence.

  • For those who are easily distracted, it's discipline, concentration, and achievement.

  • For those who are awkward, it's coordination, self-respect and involvement.

  • For those who are impulsive, it's self-control, and the channeling of energies into accomplishments.

  • For those with fear of failure, it's relaxation, enjoyment, and the joy of success.

  • For those who are easily frustrated, it's release, self-improvement and satisfaction.

  • For those with memory issues, it's comprehension, repetition, and right/left brain integration.

  • For those with low self-esteem, it's pride, positive reinforcement, and it builds character.

  • For adults, beginning or returning to music, it's personal development, creativity and FUN.
Experts agree that for young children it improves IQ scores, for mature students it forestalls the effects of Alzheimer's.