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Spring – Summer – Fall Event
- Earth Day Fest at Columbus Commons April 23rd, 4-4:30 PM
- Green On The Green fest in Worthington May 7th, 11 AM
- Columbus Folk Music Society Fest May 8th, 2-3 PM
- Duck Creek Fest in Logan May 29th, 12 PM
- Worthington Concert Series June 3rd, 11:15 AM
- Worthington Arts Fest June 14,15,16
- Workshop for kids stage etiquette, 9-10AM & 11-noon
- Comfest June 24th. 2:40 PM
- Lancaster Music and Arts Fest July 28th, Noon and 1:15 PM
- Clintonville Music and Arts fest Sept 10th. tbd
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Why Music Education Rocks!
Do you have a budding pianist? A drummer wannabe? A future flutist? Playing a musical instrument is very beneficial to children. So, why should yours learn to play?
They say that music is the universal language. Regardless of where you are from or what your background, a good melody is something that everyone can enjoy and understand. There must be something behind that, right?
For children, music provides many, many benefits. Experts agree, there are lots of good things about letting your child learn to play an instrument. Here are 10 reasons why your child should put down the remote and pick up a musical instrument.
1. It will boost their brain power
Want to give your child a mental advantage? Music can do that. “More and more studies show a correlation between higher academic achievement with children who are exposed to music,” says children’s music specialist Meredith LeVande of MonkeyMonkeyMusic.com. “Music simply stimulates parts of the brain that are related to reading, math, and emotional development.”
2. It will improve their memory
Where did that shoe go? That’s a question asked far too many times in far too many households with kids. Help your kids remember more (and learn more!) with music. “Further research has shown that participation in music at an early age can help improve a child’s learning ability and memory by stimulating different patterns of brain development,” says Maestro Eduardo Marturet, a conductor, composer and musical director for the Miami Symphony Orchestra.
3. It helps them socially
Picking up an instrument can also help your child break out of their social shell too, experts say. “Socially, children who become involved in a musical group or ensemble learn important life skills, such as how to relate to others, how to work as a team and appreciate the rewards that come from working together, and the development of leadership skills and discipline,” says Marturet, who also oversees the MISO Young Artist program in South Florida, which allows young musicians to hone their musical skills as part of a professional orchestra.
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