learning music affects the brain

What Playing an Instrument Does to your Brain

When kids listen to music, it increases lots of neural connectors. But when they are PLAYing an instrument, you kid’s brain gets a full-body workout. Scientists find benefits to memory, emotional sense, physical sense, problem solving, and more!

Neuroscientists have found that the benefits of playing an instrument are specific to this particular skill set. In other words, only by learning and playing an instrument do you see these benefits — not through sports, or even other arts!

So, get your kids in music class! (click to get started)

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About John Russo

Brooklyn native moving to Granville, Ohio. John and his wife, Maia, have a 3 year old son. Maia teaches New Testament and Early Christianity. John is most often found in the role of the Man in the Yellow Hat, one of Batman's sidekicks, or a Neverland Pirate.

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