|1. Sharpens the intellect|
Piano practice boosts cognitive and intellectual abilities by activating similar parts of the brain used in spatial reasoning, which positively effects math, science and engineering.
2. Encourages Creativity
Music enhances brain activity which can inspire innovative solutions and self- expression.
3. Strengthens Memory
Children who study piano for a few years can remember twenty percent more vocabulary words than their peers.
4. Elevates Mood
Piano playing can alter emotions through the release of dopamine and serotonin. These neurotransmitters provide the brain with positive emotions.
5. Boosts Confidence
Playing piano provides opportunities to bolster self- esteem. A child who learns the ability to respond to constructive criticism and learn from it helps generate a positive outlook on life.
6. Develops Diligence
Playing piano builds good habits through dedication and goal setting. Discipline and passion are linked to high achievement.
7. Maintains the aging Brain's Health
Research shows that piano lessons for older adults increases the level of Human Growth Hormone which slows the effects of aging.