Positive Effects of Classical Music

February 14, 2017

Its not a secret that classical music can affect IQ (Intelligent Quotient) and EQ (Emotional Quotient). 
Scientific research has shown that kids who listened classical music regularly, experienced rapid development and better learning abilities.
 Classical music affects the brain’s organization and abilities, through its melody and rhythm. Melody and rhythm are the two essential components of music that work 
in very different ways: melody is the essence that boosts creative reasoning, while rhythm synchronizes these emotions with the vital patterns.

 The commonly known “Mozart effect” is a phenomena that suggests the improvement on the performance of spatio-temporal reasoning and 
short- term memory through the listening of complex music, such as Mozart’s two-piano concertos.
In our new series of ballet classes for kids 4-5yo "Once upon a time.." we use wide variety of classical music from Mozart to Bach, from Glazunov to Shubert, Chaikovsky and much more.
 

Base on Fairy Tale Treasury such as Little Red Riding Hood, The Little Mermaid, Snow white and more our classes will be well loved by your kids. 

 

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