New study unveils positive effects of classical music education in primary schools.

A new study from the University of London’s Institute of Education has found that exposing children to classical music can aid in developing better concentration levels, self-discipline and social skills.

A Professor of education and music psychology, Susan Hallam, conducted a study on 252 children in nine primary schools in the East London districts of Hackney, Bethnal Green and Tower Hamlets. Exposing children aged seven to ten...

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