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Music lessons have been shown to improve study skills, hand-eye coordination, brain function and self esteem. Through music lessons, students will be challenged to set goals, evaluate their progress and share their achievements with others. Instrumental lessons help develop a lifelong appreciation and enjoyment of music.
We offer two engaging music programs at Princeton. Our World Music Program is a celebration of great music from around the world. Our Classical Music Studies in our Elementary Program introduces students to the masters of classical music from around the globe, musical genres, composers, music instruments, and the anatomy of an orchestra.
A child learning the violin reaps many benefits from it. Physically, your child gains strength and flexibility in the upper body. Due to developing the skills and muscle memory needed for playing, their arms and fingers get stronger as they learn exciting and new techniques.
The piano is one of the most effective instruments for ‘mental exercise’. It has 88 different keys, and requires a considerable amount of multi-tasking and coordination to play with two hands. When you consider other aspects of playing such as reading sheet music while maintaining posture and using the foot pedals, it’s easy to see that pianists are getting a full brain workout!
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