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Should music performance courses be required in schools?

  • Yes, I do think music performance courses should be required in schools, who let students who choose music as a career choice.

    The only way this should be a requirement, is if students who choose music as a career choice, and take performance classes such as rock band, jazz band, etc. This is the only way it should be a requirement, because face it, not everyone wants to take a performance class. Not all people can handle what comes with the class.

  • Some form of a musically based course should be required in schools.

    Whether it be band, orchestra, choir, or music theory, some form of a music class should be required due to the psychological benefits that music can have on the brain. Even if a child may not be musically gifted, taking part in a class that focuses on the roots of music and the theory behind it can reap benefits that no other course can give. Listening to or playing music releases a stimulant in the brain that calms the mind, focuses the person, and improves memory.

  • Music performance courses should be required in schools.

    Music performances is probably one of the most important things as a musician, besides playing music using their specific instrument well. Music performances is a way to evaluate a performer's skill, such as tests in school, which can help the musician improve and become better. Since a performance is like a test, it should be required in schools.

  • No, I do not believe music performance courses should be required in schools.

    No, I do not believe music performance courses should be required in schools. Music courses are something that should be extra curricular because they do not impart knowledge that is vital to a child, and not all children are gifted musically. Unlike math or reading or spelling, music is something that a child does not NEED to know, and should be given the choice as to if they wish to learn it or not.


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