Music for Creative Learning

Music for Creative Learning



The current global environment demands an arts education that uses music to make children go beyond acquiring science and math skills, and embraces their full imaginative potential to think creatively. My mission is to use music as an interconnective medium for creative learning and cultural immersion in early education. My educational approach, called Music for Creative Learning, uses music as a medium for creative learning, featuring cumulative working modules catered to children ages four through twelve in schools and music programs across the United States. Children work at their own pace and form their own learning before moving on. I developed this because we don’t have systems currently that account for the fact that every learner process information differently. I also wanted this approach to simulate cognitive development, foster creativity, and develop global civics. I wrote four compositions in English, Spanish, French and Greek to represent how a child completes this curriculum, step by step, like a playthrough. Each piece combines academic subjects with musical sounds, tools, and rhythms, using interconnective learning and the sound before symbol method.

Publication Date



Boston Campus


Project Components: paper (.pdf), presentation (.pdf), audio files (ZIP file containing 4 .wav files), scores (ZIP file containing 4 .pdf documents).

Music for Creative Learning