Stimulus for musical language
“The brain does not distinguish between music and language, especially in new-born brains. Infants do not know what “milk” or “drink” mean, but they understand the language of music. We learn to speak by listening to the musical sounds of language. That is the reason why it is so important they listen to music, because we are innately musical creatures from the depths of our nature.
Children whose musical language is stimulated learn language process and its nuances, syntax and listening ability quickly, and they suffer less dyslexia problems. Singing or music making is so beneficial for them.” (Stefan Koelsch).
Trinity College London guarantees the learning process
The Heart of Mary School has become an accredited centre for Trinity College London, a prestigious international entity that allows the violin students be tested to guarantee their learning process and be externally assessed by a world-wide known organism that enjoys native qualified teachers and the students obtain official certificates, as well.
Check Trinity College London website.