“There is Music in every child, it is teacher’s job to find it and nurture it.” “A teacher ignites the fire that fuels a disciple’s thirst for learning, knowledge and wisdom.”
Music nourishes the soul as well as the mind by uplifting the spirit to a blissful state of consciousness. The Wisdom Tree has very extensive arrangement for music-training to its students. Various forms of music – vocal, instrumental, dance, and others – have always played a very significant role in human lives and the development of civilization across the ages. Theatres, televisions, movies, sports, worship, holidays, celebrations, government and military ceremonies – are some of the testimonials to the truth that music is an ineluctable fact of our lives. However, nothing can surpass the fact that music is extremely crucial during the development of a child and it has enormous potential to positively impact a child’s early education Let us elucidate our music-training arrangements and the very significance of music itself.
Music builds up, in children, intellectual capability, emotional capability, and social capability.
Studies have established the positive impact of early musical training on intellectual and academic growth of children. It helps develop those brain areas that are involved in language and reasoning. It also enhances spatial intelligence – the ability to perceive the world accurately and to form mental pictures of things – necessary to perform tasks ranging from packing a book-bag to solving advanced mathematics problems. Enhancement of motor skills and memory skills is another impact of music.
Life is replete with instances showing how music is inseparably linked with emotionalwell-being of a human being. For a child, music is a byword for calmness, motivation, and affection – all expressed to her in the form of parents’ lullaby, crooning, and intoning. No wonder that a child recognizes the melody of a song long before she can understand the words. Togetherness, teamwork, inter-personal skills, empathy, sharing, building relationships, and co-ordination are some of the social skills that music develops in children.
The Wisdom Tree has left no stone unturned in providing the best music training to its students. The Wisdom Tree intends to form tie-ups with some of the most renowned music and performing art centers to provide the best of its class training in music – both western and Indian. Some of them are Mallika Sarabhai’s Darpana Academy of Performing Art, Shiamak Davar Dance Academy, and many others. It is our endeavor to imbue our students with the elements of music through highly acclaimed music entities of national and international repute.