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Ted Talk: How playing an instrument benefits your brain

The clip below is the best video I have ever seen that clearly and concisely explains in what way playing a musical instrument benefits your brain. Anyone involved in music and music education should watch this. Advertisements

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The Incomparable Dame Evelyn Glennie

Originally posted on Nadia Sparrow Education Portfolio:
An amazingly inspiring Percussionist who is profoundly deaf: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=755007884577878 ?

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Thank you to everyone who came out and supported our trio today at Piano’s Bolduc. We had such a fabulous time playing for you today. We appreciate it so much and are very much looking forward to the next concert!

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Sparrow’s Fluting

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Make-Up Lessons

Interesting article from an economist’s perspective explaining why missed lessons should not be made up. http://ottawasuzukistrings.ca/makeuplessons

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https://soundcloud.com/nnsparro/panecorde-playing-kapustin Sample of our performance last year at Pollack Hall

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1 April 2014: Panecorde Performance at Cafe Resonance

On April 1, 2014 for April Fool’s day, Panecorde Trio will be performing at Cafe Resonance (5175 Avenue du Parc, MontrĂ©al, QC H2V 4G3). Time and program to be announced!

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