. . . fun. It brings people together, breaks down barriers, and almost always leads to a good time.
. . . good for the brain. Scientific studies have demonstrated a link between active music making and increased brainpower. Children who make music get better grades.
. . . good for the body. Making music is a proven stress reducer, and stress has been linked to the performance of the immune system.
. . . good for the soul. Music creates peace of mind. The benefits of music on well-being have been scientifically proven. Young people who make music together are less likely to use drugs or get in other kinds of trouble.
. . . good for the social life. Working together to make great music means making lots of friends.
These videos and this evidence illustrate the benefits of music education.