Advantages of musicosocial education
Culture in general and music in particular can be tools of change for a better society. The musicosocial education focuses on improving the capacities of the citizens to whom it is directed contrary to the traditional music education (and no less valid) whose objective is the technical improvement of the students.
These teachings are aimed at groups with different capacities in a complementary field to the compulsory education and its application is carried out in areas where poverty, social exclusion or with difficulty in accessing culture are palpable.
It has been observed that children and young people who enjoy music in this sense, improve their social and emotional development when playing with other musicians.
On the other hand, in individual practice, it is observed that students improve visual and muscular memory, hearing, psychomotor skills as well as other abilities that will help them in a more global way in their daily life, such as; the assessment of effort, responsibility towards work, self-confidence, ability to overcome or ability to adapt to new situations.
Classes in musicosocial education are usually group classes in order to enhance these capacities, although values such as empathy, solidarity, friendship, honesty or tolerance are also very important.
Where can I target my child?
To access these teachings there are many associations or specialized schools throughout the country, although we especially recommend the one developed by the Organigrama School, EM3 musical education or Musical Smiles centers.
Then you can access their web pages:
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to help you.
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