Resources for Music-related Research

While we at Music Together know music is a powerful tool that supports many other types of learning and development, we also hold the conviction that music for its own sake has great value. Our primary goal is to help young children achieve basic tonal and rhythmic competence and open the door to a lifetime of joyful music participation. But there’s so much more. As part of our work in keeping up with current trends in the field of music and early education, our R&D staff stays abreast of a range of music-related research, such as:

  • Music and Brain Development
  • Music and Language Development
  • Music and Social-Emotional Development
  • Music and Cognitive Development
  • Music and Executive Functions
  • Music and Physical Development
  • Music and Approaches to Learning
  • Music and Health & Healing
  • Music and Parenting
  • Music and Special Needs
  • Benefits of Group Music Making
  • Music and Aging

Read more about these areas of current music-related research. Click here to learn about how Music Together aligns with your non-profit program's priorities.

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