A way for USA parents and grandparents to advocate for music education.
In an article on The Age website in May 2015, Colleen Ricci compared the status afforded to music education in Australia with other countries around the world, finding a thriving sector in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark, and patchiness in England, the US and Canada.
In an article on the Inside Philanthropy website in March 2015, Mike Scutari asked: Have we reached a tipping point in terms of the public and philanthropic appreciation of music education for kids?
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.