Imaginative play stimulates and challenges the brain, and encourages children to be innovative and broad-minded.
Strategies to help you get up in front of an audience and present an idea are extraordinarily valuable in many areas of adult life, personally and professionally. Learning how to do this as a young person is a wonderful asset to have.
The triumph of going on stage, performing a rehearsed piece successfully, and receiving feedback afterwards is one of the most profound and tangible senses of achievement you will ever get. It encourages aiming higher, overcoming more obstacles and achieving greater goals in future endeavors.
Learning memorising skills
Working on your ability to absorb and retain information is something many successful entrepreneurs recommend for the success of professional adults, and performing live music is a rewarding and fun way to develop this.
Social interaction and cooperation
Performing arts classes promote working as a team while also encouraging and developing individual talent - the best possible combination.