Helping students realise their full potential is what every teacher hopes to achieve. But it is also important for students to understand what is possible and how they can reach their goals or achieve their aspirations. For students who wish to learn more about what is available to them and how they can build on their skills, experienced guidance can be an invaluable asset to their growth and development.
At M.int (Music International) Academy, a music school in Hong Kong, they understand that students with high levels of proficiency still need the thoughtful guidance and valuable comments that experienced instructors can provide.
Music is universal and something that is enjoyed by many, whether through listening, playing or singing. It offers many benefits including what could be referred to as a full workout for the brain when one plays music. In educator Anita Collins’ short animated video about music education (TED-Ed), the narrator says, “Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments there are fireworks going off all over their brain? On the outside they may look calm and focused, reading their music and making the precise and practised movements required but inside their brains there’s a party going on!” The narrator goes on to explain that, “The neuroscientists saw multiple areas of the brain light up, simultaneously processing different information in intricate, interrelated, and astonishingly fast sequences.”
For music students with ambitions to enhance their music CV, knowing some dos and don’ts, having access to useful feedback and talking to professionals from prestigious conservatories can all help students to accelerate their progress and growth.
At their “Develop'M.int' Day – You Future in M.usic” event on April 22nd, M.int Academy students will have a chance to expand their horizons and explore what music can offer them. M.int Academy will offer Masterclasses where students have an opportunity to play a piece for instructors who will give them constructive feedback.
At the event, students and parents will also have an opportunity to hear from representatives from a number of conservatories who can offer information and advice about further studies in music. This, in turn, may also lead to discussions about the many exciting careers available in music. In highly collaborative environments such as conservatories, students are immersed in music while stimulating creativity, intellectual thought and curiosity. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about studying at the prestigious institutions, as well as gain a better understanding of what the institutions can offer them.
Students are encouraged to gain practical feedback and learn how to achieve their musical aspirations from professionals and educators at this event.
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