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From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis

From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis

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June 03rd 2014:The Rhythm of Empowerment

Be honest!—do you like to sing in the shower? Do you feel different after listening to music? We are born with an innate sense of rhythm. Even if you do not sing or play an instrument yourself, studies have shown that just listening to music has the power to improve your mood. Not only can music make you happier, but it can also raise your IQ and even improve your physical health. It has also been shown that exposing children (even babies) to music improves their ability to learn and their behavior. Join me this week as I talk to two experts in the field of music. Marqua Brunette is a music th

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Marqua Brunette

Marqua Brunette has been an instructor of piano and voice to students of all ages for over 40 years in New Orleans and Panama City. After receiving a music degree from Indiana University she went to New Orleans for graduate work in music therapy. As a Music Therapist she specialized in students with dyslexia, ADHD, autism, visual impairment, and Tourette’s. She has lectured in England, Austria and throughout the USA. While only part of her private practice is dedicated to special needs students, she believes all students are special. Her mission is to teach the individual how to play or sing; not teach piano or voice to the individual. Many of her students have gone on to attend the finest u
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Terri Gabriel

Terri Gabriel is an early childhood music educator who teaches the Music Together curriculum for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, as well as kindergarten and first grade students. She also initiated ArtStrides, a non-profit organization that aims to help bridge the achievement gap by providing Music Together to economically disadvantaged communities. The Center for Music and Young Children in Princeton, NJ has awarded Terri Music Together Certification Level II status for outstanding achievement in teaching, musicianship, program philosophy, and parent education and sends her to present at national conferences as an early childhood music education specialist.
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