Research also tells us that music education is the brain’s equivalent of a full body workout, stimulating the growth of neurons and enhancing the brain’s potential in ways we are just starting to understand.
Music is used as a form of creative self-expression and allows the person to communicate in a nonconventional manner. It is an easily accessible intervention, and the person doesn’t need a background or education in music to actively participate
Wednesday’s are my daughter’s favorite day of the week because we have music with Amy!Jackie C.Mattapan, MA
Amy is energetic and enthusiastic. The whole class was engaged.Vanessa R. Cambridge, MA
We began Tones in Motion classes a year ago and have had a blast each class!Karen L.Lexington, MA
Amy is so much fun. She makes it a point to learn your child’s name and engage directly with her/him.Elliot S.Watertown, MA
We tried an introductory class and we were hooked! The kids loved it the seniors loved it the teachers loved it.Susan B.Cambridge, MA
My son loves music class! It has been so much fun watching him develop music skills and a love for it.Veronica K.Bedford, MA
Tones in Motion rocks! Amy brings tons of energy to her in-school programming and the kids love her.Matt W.Roxbury, MA
She tailors her classes to her students’ needs and shows great affection toward the children she works with.Kennedy G.Brighton, MA
Tones in Motion should be in every town. The relationships formed make this a wonderful community building program.Emily M.Roslindale, MA
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