Dr Nina Kraus explains the vital role of music in learning at this ARTSpeaks event in Illinois in 2017.
Dr Beatriz Ilari, assistant professor of music education at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, explains how music affects the brain development of children.
Dr Nina Kraus speaks with Charles Limb on music and the brain at the San Diego Symphony.
In 2009, the Legacy Music Alliance wanted to help Utah state music educators by providing them with great resources.
A way for USA parents and grandparents to advocate for music education.
This 4m video by the Children’s Music Workshop in Los Angeles, California, presents a powerful argument for the inclusion of music in the school curriculum of children and young people.
Music is the most complicated sound the brain can process. But why did our brains evolve such advanced tools to create and enjoy it?
An interview on Kinderling Radio in Australia with Anita Collins, professor in neuroscience and child education at the University of Canberra, about how music can help your child’s brain grow from the very beginning.
Music educator Richard Gill argues the case for igniting the imagination through music and for making our own music. In this talk, he leads the TEDxSydney audience through some surprising illustrations of the relationship between music and our imagination.
A series of videos from Musinc, which works with young people in challenging circumstances in Teeside.
Dr. Nina Kraus discusses ongoing work at the Auditory Neuroscience Lab examining the benefits of music making on the brain. See also the following pages
‘Music education is an education for life’ – Harry Chalmiers, President of McNally Smith College of Music (St. Paul, Minn.)