|Our beliefs in Music Education
We perceive the importance of music to the growth of children, especially in this age. In a society full of competition and anxiety, even children are often faced with distresses and anxiety. Music can help children alleviate negative emotions and resettle pressure. In recent years, researches have shown that music help develop children’s abstract and logical thinking and spatial intelligence which enhance overall learning ability.
Martin Luther, the German Reformer, once said. “Music is one of the fairest and most glorious gifts of God, for it removes from the heart the weight of sorrow, and the fascination of all evil thoughts!”
In the training of classical music, the graceful and rich opuses of the great composers and musicians of the past purify and bless the souls of students and broaden their horizons for music and creativity. The philosophy of life and experiences of musicians also aspire students to reflect upon life and humanity and pursue truth.