News Release November 09 2013 "Ontario Musicians Association"( O.M.A. ) in collaboration with "No Student Left Out" has undertaken to Lease a building in the City of Barrie Ontario, providing Musical Education for Children between the ages 8 to 14. The curiculim will include possibly two.. 1 hour sessions a week in a group setting. Russell Strathdee Our O.M.A. Area Representative for the City Of Barrie will be helping in co-ordinating the search for a suitable building... Further information regarding the details will be announced November 22. If you are interested in enrolling your child, being a part of our teaching staff or suporting "No Student Left Out"please contact Russell Strathdee Area Rep. for Barrie 705 722 3966 or Philip Harman. 705 528 0038 firstname.lastname@example.org ...Marketing Executive O.M.A.
Due to Economic Challenges facing Families today many young students are Left Out of any Musical Education, working to change that.N.S.L.O. provides quality music education to children no longer provided at the Public Elementry School level.
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• Music Lessons makes children smarter enabling them to learn complex math problems earlier than those who’ve had no musical training.
•Adults who study music before the age of 12 have better memories for words than those who did not. Research-"University of Hong Kong"
•Significantly more of the brain is used during music making than previously thought. – Dr. Lawrence Parsons of the University of Texas .
•Rhythmic movement plays a critical role in the reading process – the ability to keep a steady beat, clapping hands rhythmically figures prominently in cognitive development. – Phyllis Weikart-University of Michigan
•Music training, specifically piano instruction, is far superior to computer instruction in dramatically enhancing children’s abstract reasoning skills necessary for learning math and science. – psychologist Dr. Frances Rauscher- University of Wisconsin.
•Preschoolers gain from listening to music as it encourages movement. Singing together creates a special bond. Keyboard playing and rhythm ensembles nurture team skills. Creative movement develops individual expressiveness. Music reading and theory are reinforced with group activities and with colorful, hands-on materials. Composing integrates oral and written skills and gives children a sense of ownership.