• Concentration allows students of all ages to learn to focus on a specific action. All the senses are put to work to allow optimum learning of an instrument.
  • The practice of an instrument improves psychomotor activities thanks to a better control of your body and repetition of gestures. The student then develops different skills such as the independence of the body parts (fingers, hands, feet, etc.), the control of breathing and several others.
  • With constant improvement in mind, the students will be called upon to develop their critical sense. That will allow them to accept their mistakes more easily and make the necessary corrections.
  • In order to understand the essence of a song, the student will develop analytical skills. Those reflexes can then be used in their daily life in order to help analyze and solve problems.
  • During practice sessions, the student will be called upon to be creative especially during improvisation and composition. That will allow the student to get out of their comfort zone and thus differentiate themselves. In laying down constantly for new objectives, students will be able to exceed. In order to succeed the goals set, they will have to show perseverance.
  • The memory of students is often called upon while learning to play an instrument. Therefore, it will be in constant improvement.
  • Students develop self-discipline in the practice of an instrument that will be useful in several areas. This enables them to develop a structured work methodology.
  • Music helps the development of the brain by acting on the two hemispheres. All the skills acquired during the learning and practice of an instrument are transferable to daily activities. For example, these skills facilitate the learning of mathematics and languages.