April 2021 Newsletter

Hello Niagara School of Music Community! Though we have come under another lockdown, let’s keep our hopes up! Vaccinations have opened up to more age groups and we are hopeful that things will ‘calm down’ soon! In the meantime, let’s not forget about music. Studies show that music affects brain function in a good way […]

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February 2021 Newsletter

February 2021 Newsletter Hey everybody, it’s Teresa Sanecki, director of Niagara School of Music in Welland and Niagara Falls and I’m here with another update. We appreciate your feedback that you’re enjoying these updates. We’re going to keep doing these throughout the pandemic to let you know what’s going on at the music schools and […]

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December 2020 Newsletter

December 2020 Newsletter Thank You! It’s true, we couldn’t do this without YOU so we really want to say a BIG thank you to all of our parents and students for hanging in with us during this difficult time.  We wouldn’t have a school without you so just know that we are grateful from the […]

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August 2020 Newsletter

Hello everyone!  Welcome to our Newsletter for August 2020. Here’s an update on our current status: We are thrilled and excited to announce that our school is ready for September with classes beginning Tuesday, September 8th! All classrooms are upgraded with cameras, mixers, microphones and computers to support both in-person or online classes. While waiting for […]

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Niagara School of Music News

Science Says Piano Players’ Brains Are Very Different From Everybody Else’s By Daniel Owen van Dommelen The piano is a beautiful instrument. Its players often come across as mysterious; these people who have spent hundreds of hours practicing scales and repeating phrases over and over again to reach sheer aural perfection. To an audience member it […]

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The Neuroscience of Singing

 By Cassandra Sheppard on Sunday December 11th, 2016 Singing Together Brings Heartbeats Into Harmony The neuroscience of singing shows that when we sing our neurotransmitters connect in new and different ways. It fires up the right temporal lobe of our brain, releasing endorphins that make us smarter, healthier, happier and more creative. When we sing […]

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