Music is an expressive form of communication unlike any other. It transcends cultures, languages, and ages. It seamlessly matches our moods, supporting us through difficult and delightful moments, while providing an outlet for turbulent or exultant emotions. Music stimulates and enhances neurological function, aiding in the development of a child or in the productivity and retention of adult minds.
And yet, music is one of the first types of education to be sacrificed in schools or by some professionally driven parents. So to those who read this, please consider bringing music and musical education into your lives and the lives of your children, and supporting the musicians in your communities.