General Music Booster Meeting All Music Booster Members Welcome
Next Booster Meeting: February 17, 2016 at 7:00 PM in the Music Room adjacent to the Kelly Johnson Field House (typically the 3rd Wednesday of the month)
Music Booster Fundraiser
Amazon will donate 0.5% of your qualifying purchases to the Music Boosters if you enter through the AmazonSmile portal smile.amazon.com instead of amazon.com. This link to AmazonSmile will let you start supporting the Palos Verdes Peninsula High School Music Booster Club when you shop at Amazon through the Amazon Smile portal.
Music Boosters Community Service Program
Register here for the Music Boosters PVSA program to receive emails from the program organizers.
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Middle School Musicians! Follow this link for details about Music Madness, the middle school enrichment program taught by Mr. Fred Steiner (PVPHS Music Director)!
Interested in Jazz Improvisation?
Join the Jazz Angles in Long Beach for your chance in the "spot light". This group meets every Sunday afternoon/evening providing students the opportunity to learn improvisation in a nurturing, pressure free environment. For more details, contact Barry Cogert at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to their website at www.jazzangel.org. theJazzAngels 3258 E Willow St. Signal Hill, CA 90755 (562) 981-8410
Top 17 Ways Learning a Musical Instrument Gives you the Edge
A little music training in childhood goes a long way in improving how the brain functions in adulthood, according to a new study.
Compared to people with no musical training, adults with one to five years of musical training as children had enhanced brain responses to complex sounds, making them more effective at pulling out the fundamental frequency of the sound signal, researchers at Northwestern University report. “Musical training as children makes better listeners later in life,” said Dr. Nina Kraus, a professor of neurobiology, physiology and communication sciences at Northwestern...the study suggests that short-term music lessons may enhance lifelong listening and learning.
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