The Limitless Benefits of an Early Childhood Music Education

The most common question I am asked is “Really, Ms. Clara. What can you possibly teach a baby?”. I also frequently hear parents tell me they are signing up for a music classes because they are “looking for something fun to do,” only to say to me months later that they are astonished by the positive impacts these classes have had on their child both inside and outside of the classroom.

I invite you to check out some of the recent scientific articles regarding the limitless benefits of an early musical education, starting as early as infancy. I personally had the opportunity to meet and have mind-blowing conversations with some of the lead researchers in these studies, and these experiences revitalized my passion for providing quality musical experiences and education for infants and young children.

Could early music training help babies learn language?
Why Start Music Classes Early; Benefits include Increased Aptitude, Social and Emotional Development and Academic Skills
Study Finds Link between Music and Preschoolers Reading Readiness
The Importance of Keeping a Beat: Researchers Link the Ability to Keep a Beat to Reading, Language Skills
Jamming with Toddlers Trumps Hitting the Books
Babies Benefit from Music Lessons, Even Before They can Walk and Talk
Babies Benefit When They Make Melodies with Mom and Dad.