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Success in Society

Secondary students who participated in band or orchestra reported the lowest lifetime and current use of all substances (alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs).

Success in School

Schools had higher attendance, fewer discipline referrals, more parent involvement and school approval and high teacher morale. The arts changed the entire school ecology.

Success in Developing Intellegence

Results suggest that neural changes accompanying musical training during childhood are retained in adulthood.

Success in Life

Creating a performance can help executives develop basic management skills.


PBS Video: The more music instruction children receive, the more it enhances their brains, especially language and reading skills in low income children.​

NPR Ed Article: This is Your Brain. This Is Your Brain On Music

Memory Bridge: Music Reaches People in ways nothing else can



Psychology Today: Musical Training Optimizes Brain Function

PLOS One: Practicing a Musical Instrument in Childhood is Associated with Enhanced Verbal Ability and Nonverbal Reasoning

American String Teachers Association (ASTA) Journal: Why Music Education Matters in Academics--It may not be what you think