Many studies have shown that playing a musical instrument helps students develop advanced complex hand-eye, hand-to-hand and right-left brain coordination that greatly increases their ability for multi-task and complex brain activity, spatial cognition and fine motor skilled activities such as typing and writing. String and keyboard instruments, like the violin and piano, demand different actions from your right and left hands simultaneously. It's like patting your head and rubbing your belly at the same time. Instruments not only help develop ambidexterity, but they can also encourage children to become comfortable in naturally uncomfortable positions. Enhancing coordination and perfecting timing can prepare children for other hobbies, like dance and sports.
Many of the world’s greatest minds were honed by their classical music playing and education. Music and maths are highly intertwined. By understanding beat, rhythm, and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions, and recognize patterns.
156BD for 13 x 30min individual sessions
91BD for 13 x 30min small group sessions (3-6 pax)
117BD for 13 x 30min shared sessions (2 pax)