How to Unlock Your Child’s Potential with Mozart

A child playing the piano.

Your child’s education and development don’t always come from school, books, tutors, and extra classes. Sometimes influencing them with classical music is the best way to improve their skills. (Image: Martin Novak via Dreamstime)

Watch This 5-Year-Old Italian Piano Prodigy Perfect Mozart

A blonde boy sits at a piano giving a performance during a competition.

A 5-year-old piano prodigy named Alberto Cartuccia Cingolani stunned the audience with his performance at the 10th International Musical Competition in the Italian town of Penne. (Image via Simone Cartuccia)

Child Prodigy Gets Compared to Mozart, but Is Happy Just Being Herself

Alma Deutscher.

Musical child prodigy Alma Deutscher knows the value of being content within herself. (Image: Alex Nightingale Smith via Wikimedia Commons)

How Amazing: Listening to Music Pieces Can Improve Dementia and Boost Immunity

Woman playing a flute.

In the Heian period, hearing the music of stringed instruments and flutes would make the travelers feel lonely for home. (Image: Jackq via Dreamstime)

5 Piano Players Who Influenced the World

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 In my spare time, I listen to good music and watch good performances and artworks. (Image: geralt via Pixabay)

The Duet: Music and Mathematics

Ludwig van Beethoven.

Compositions created by Beethoven also show a strong mathematical undercurrent. (Image: via Wikimedia Commons)

Predestined Relationship: Interesting Arrangement for a New Era

When it comes to classical music, most people will immediately think of the great composers from the Vienna School in the 1700s, including Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven. (Image: via Wikimedia)