How playing an instrument benefits your brain

Learning a musical instrument takes excellence well beyond music, it can improve work and exam results in all subjects, watch the video to learn how.

Video by Anita Collins

  • Playing a musical instrument engages and develops practically every area of the brain at once.

  • Disciplined structured practice strengths the visual, motor and auditory brain functions, and can then apply that strength to other areas.

  • Practice can significantly improve motor and reasoning skills, linguistic and mathematical precision of the left side the brain, and the creative right side of the brain.  

  • Music can create permanent growth in the bridge between both sides of the brain. Enabling increased problem solving, memory function, and cognitive development.  

  • Music increases fine motor skills which is controlled in both parts of the brain. 

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