Studies regarding the benefits of music and the brain seems to be delivering new data almost on a weekly basis these days. And the news continues to be good! Learn how you can achieve these amazing benefits with Piano Wizard Academy.
From Medical News Today on 6/22/14:
"Past research has indicated that musical training in childhood may benefit the brain later in life. Now, a new study from Boston Children's Hospital, MA, adds to the evidence, suggesting that both children and adults with musical training show improved executive brain function, compared with those who are not musically trained."
And from the Independent:
Music lessons for children boost 'executive brain function' throughout adult life. The author says that while many schools are cutting music programs and spending more and more time on test preparation, our findings suggest that musical training may actually help to set up children for a better academic future.
And for those that want to delve into the science behind it all, take a look at the video here:
Your Brain On Music: The Science Behind The Pleasure - WRTI’s Meridee Duddleston hears from a neuroscientist about the visceral and culturally conditioned effect of music on the brain.