Music and Concert Band

Music brings harmony to the world

Music improves Coordination

Have you ever thought?

“I wish they had this when I was in school”

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Language and Reasoning

Students who have early musical training will develop the areas of the brain related to language and reasoning. The left side of the brain is better developed with music, and songs can help imprint information on young minds.


Band reinforces the skills of cooperation which are among the qualities now most highly valued in business and industry.

Keep Calm

Music keeps you calm. It has a unique effect on our emotions, and has even been proven to lower heart rate and blood pressure.


Kids who learn to play an instrument can learn a valuable lesson in discipline. They will have to set time aside to practice and rise to the challenge of learning with discipline to master playing their instrument.


Playing and succeeding at a musical instrument gives you a huge sense of pride and achievement.


Students who practice with musical instruments can improve their hand-eye coordination.
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Kids playing Xylophone


Students who study music can improve the development of spatial intelligence, which allows them to perceive the world accurately and form mental pictures. Spatial intelligence is helpful for advanced mathematics and more.


Music builds relationships by providing students experiences to share with one another.


Music allows students to try something new and develop confidence as they master playing an instrument.

Our school band program. Always stirring up treble.

Time Management
Learning to play an instrument isn’t a skill you can master overnight. Learning music takes time and effort, and helps children understand that if they want to be good at something, they’ll need to put in the hours and organize their time effectively.
Home Base
Students often struggle to fit in during middle school and high school years, educators say, and band provides them with a “home base” that offers social structure, a self-esteem boost, a way to learn about working with others and just have a good time.
Researchers have found that learning to play a musical instrument can enhance verbal memory, spatial reasoning and literacy skills. Playing an instrument makes you use both sides of your brain, which strengthens memory power.
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