Music & Math

music and math

Have you ever noticed that many great musicians or composers are also mathematically inclined–and vice versa? Leonardo DaVinci, Albert Einstein, Herbie Hancock, Johann Sebastian Bach, John Coltrane. At first, music and math might seem like the two farthest disciplines from each other: in math, there is one right answer and not much of the human […]

When Words Fail: Music Education for Children With Special Needs

When Words Fail: Music Education for Children With Special Needs

Have you ever heard Joni Mitchell warble on your record player and felt deeply understood? Have you ever listened to an aching cello fill a recital hall with Bach and realized fundamental truths about the world? Have you ever sat at a piano and been able to say things with your fingers moving deftly over the keys that […]

Your Brain on Music

your brain on music

Music is the great equalizing art form: many people find visual art opaque, get bored by live theater, don’t watch movies anymore, and with the Kardashians franchise taking over, it’s hard to call a lot of TV “artistic.” But everyone listens to music. From babies and toddlers singing along to Raffi’s “Baby Beluga,” to your eighty-year-old […]

We Made The List of Top 25 Children’s Music Blogs

Summer Musication Camp, Spring Piano Lessons + Top 25 Children's Music Blogs

We were super excited to find out that we made Feedspot’s list of Top 25 Children’s Music Blogs. The list was compiled of blogs who are “actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information” we are proud to share the company of some pretty awesome children’s music education […]