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TV offers fun, exciting, and educational ways for children to encounter music. TV is always a great place to start, whether that means sing-along shows, musical drama, humorous music programs, or on-air lessons for kids who want to learn music basics! —– Wednesday, December 1st Today, we want to share five great television shows that help us teach music to kids while keeping them interested and entertained: Fraggle Rock  This show, called “FR” by its fans, is a joint production […]
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There is an unlimited amount of music genres in today’s world. But we can pin down the top ten genres by music album consumption in the United States in 2020. —  November 4th, 2021 1. Hip Hop/Rap  Rap has ruled the last 10 years of music. It seems an unstoppable force, with hip hop becoming the most popular genre in the country with 12.01% of album consumption.  2. Techno  Techno has also been a dominant genre of music in the […]
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There’s a reason mothers softly sing to their babies, and it’s not because their grandmother told them to. It’s because they work! Yes, lullabies are scientifically proven to work. But, have you stopped to wonder why? In this post, we’ll shed some light on the subject! —  October 15th, 2021 A new study by Marieve Corbeil, a doctoral candidate at Université de Montréal, has confirmed something parents and caretakers have known intuitively for thousands of years: lullabies are the best way […]
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Studies suggest that listening to classical music can improve your hearing, spatial reasoning skills, and even general intelligence. But is there any truth in the ‘Mozart Effect’? And can it make your baby smarter? Below, we’ll share different views based on scientific studies.  — August 2nd, 2021 First things first, what is the ‘Mozart Effect’? The ‘Mozart Effect’ was first reported in 1993 by scientists at the University of California, who asked individuals to listen to Mozart’s sonata for two […]
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Does music therapy simply consist of music used therapeutically? The short answer is no. This article will explain what music therapy truly entails and go over the different types and most common methods.  — June 28th, 2021 Throughout the years, there have been many different definitions attributed to music therapy. One of the most widely accepted was rendered by professor Kenneth E. Bruscia who defined it as ‘an interpersonal process in which the therapist uses music and all of its […]
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Every decade represents a shift in the music industry. And if there is one thing that 2020 taught us about the future of music in the digital age: nothing is set in stone. So, here we will look at the most common and foreseeable trends for this second half of the year.  — June 25th, 2021 1. Social Media Livestreams  Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and other streaming, social media channels allow millions of people to come together digitally. Advances in social […]
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Knowing how to care for your instrument correctly is essential if you want it to last. There are many things to consider, and a few changes or add-ons to your daily routine can go a long way.   — May 13th, 2021 Below we will share a few tips to consider when handling and caring for your musical instrument:  1. Clean your instrument correctly A key aspect of caring for your instrument is keeping it clean. So, before you play, make […]
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New research has revealed which festive tunes have been the most listened to over the years – and which song has been given the most plays. Check it out! — December 22nd,  2020 The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl – Fairytale Of New York This well-loved but occasionally controversial festive song was first released in 1987.     Wham! – Last Christmas The late George Michael and his musical partner Andrew Ridgeley released this seasonal classic in 1984. Slade – Merry […]
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Music therapy builds better focus, self-control, and social skills in people with ADHD. Plus, it comes with a long list of therapeutical benefits. — December 16th,  2020 Music therapy helps victims of severe brain trauma, children on the autism spectrum, and seniors with Alzheimer’s disease. For children with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD), music therapy bolsters attention and focus, reduces hyperactivity, and strengthens social skills. How does it work?  Music is rhythm, rhythm is structure, and structure is soothing […]
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Stress has become an epidemic in our modern-day world. Stress is also extremely harmful to our bodies and minds and regularly leads to severe conditions, such as anxiety and depression. But, music can help us cope with high levels of stress, helping you become a happier version of yourself.  — June 24th, 2020 Below some ways in which you can incorporate music to your day to relieve stress: • Music & Meditation Meditation is well known for being one of […]
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The trend of gadgets that rethink how we make music continues to surprise us! Music Fingers is a new device that literally puts music at your fingertips — letting us tap out beats on any surface. — March 10th, 2020 Music Fingers is a clip-like device to put on your finger, sort of like a pulse reader but cooler! It is super simple to use. The clip connects to the Music Fingers App on your smartphone via Bluetooth, where sounds […]
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March is a great month! It usually means a shift towards warmer weather, a break from school, and more importantly, it is a month where we celebrate women across the world!  — March 4th, 2020 Like most spaces, the music industry is a space in which male voices have been systematically privileged over women’s — something that continues to affect artists and listeners alike. Nonetheless, artists like Ariana Grande, Adele, Dua Lipa, and Taylor Swift has been working hard to […]
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Studies are showing that learning to play an instrument can bring significant improvements in your brain. — February 6th, 2020 A growing number of studies show that music lessons in childhood can provide many benefits for the long run, as we age, in the form of an added defense against memory loss, cognitive decline, and diminished ability to distinguish consonants and spoken words. According to neuropsychologist Brenda Hanna­-Pladdy, of Emory University in Atlanta,  the reason is that musical training can […]
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The music industry has changed at a crazy speed throughout the last couple of decades. So, what should we expect in 2020? Below the 8 trends likely to shape the music industry this year! — January 16th, 2019 The Internet has transformed music in ways we never thought possible, giving the power back to artists and consumers. But how are trends evolving? Where and how will we be able to sell or buy music?  Below, we mention eight trends published […]
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Happy New Year! It is that time of the year where we get a fresh start and get to jot down our resolutions for 2020. But, these are not your typical “I will exercise more” and “Eat clean” resolutions… — January 3rd, 2019 Below we will share ten great resolution ideas to fill your year with music! Without further ado, let’s get into it! Tell more people about your favorite music.  Learn to play at least one new song.  Start a […]
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I love how Marcos lets me learn so many songs, not just one!

I love how Marcos lets me learn so many songs, not just one! I like how he gives me compliments.…

Julia, age 8

2016-10-06T01:13:27-07:00

Julia, age 8

I love how Marcos lets me learn so many songs, not just one! I like how he gives me compliments. It’s really fun when Marcos does the bass clef with the left hand and I get to make up my own song that goes with it for a warm up. It’s fun because I get to make up my own songs. I love the sound of the piano!

I really like that we get to pick what songs we want to learn in Marcos’s guitar class

I really like that we get to pick what songs we want to learn in Marcos’s guitar class. I also…

Mikey, age 12

2016-10-06T01:19:06-07:00

Mikey, age 12

I really like that we get to pick what songs we want to learn in Marcos’s guitar class. I also love that he is compassionate and lets us progress at our own pace. Marcos knows EVERYTHING about instruments, and I’m glad he can share some of it with me. I’m glad that I get to learn how to read, write, and play music for the guitar. It is a lot of fun when Marcos and I play the guitar together!

I highly recommend 123 Rock to anyone looking for a music teacher!

Both of my children love their music lessons with Marcos. They look forward to their music lessons each week and…

- Angie, parent

2016-10-06T01:20:25-07:00

- Angie, parent

Both of my children love their music lessons with Marcos. They look forward to their music lessons each week and come home eager to practice their new pieces. I especially love that he teaches them to compose their own pieces and inspires their musical creativity. Marcos is always positive and encouraging with my children, and he has a knack for bringing out their best. I highly recommend 123 Rock to anyone looking for a music teacher!

123 Rock studio is an inspiring place to make music

Marcos Moscat is a talented musician and instructor. His approach to teaching is kind and respectful. He encourages his students…

Nancy-Jean Pement, parent

2016-10-06T01:21:23-07:00

Nancy-Jean Pement, parent

Marcos Moscat is a talented musician and instructor. His approach to teaching is kind and respectful. He encourages his students to study music that appeals to them. By attending to the interests of each student, Marcos is a master at nurturing student engagement. Our son, Jackson, has been taking lessons for over two years. Jackson is proud of his accomplishments at the piano and he enjoys the time he spends with his teacher. Both Marcos and Isabel are warm and […]
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