Updated: Jun 15
Music is a great pathway to making friends. It connects us socially in ways that are important and sometimes life-changing. Playing in a band or ensemble encourages cooperation as well as teamwork.
If you practice (or don't) it can impact everyone else. This also goes beyond gender, race, sexuality or nationality. Learning music at school allows young people the chance to grow. They may not be perfect at everything but there is no obsession test scores! Students can have fun and make friends with others of different background, gender and age.
This sort of environment is very important with the dangers of social media nowadays.The friends you make in music often become life-long. These are peers who might have different interests or day jobs but come together regularly to share music. The connection between teacher and student can likewise be just as positive.
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