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Learning Life Lessons Through Music Lessons

Jan 25, 2016 8:48:19 PM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in About The Method, growth mindset, self development, teaching music, brain research and music, early childhood education, Lesson Plan Ideas, life doors, life through music, Mindset, music lessons, advice, blizzard, carol dweck, education, life changing experience, lion king, nyc opera renaissance, professional development, life lessons, music education, music teachers, past can hurt, reflection, snowmageddon, tosca, turning points, younger self

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This past week my 13 year old son performed in the NYC Opera Renaissance production of Tosca.  We luckily got to see it before the blizzard (Snowmaggedon 2016) hit on the weekend and the show was lovely.  For my son, I think it is one of those experiences in which he was irrevocably changed.  It was a life changing experience, one in which you can never be the person you were before it.   It was like walking through a door that closed behind you to the life you had before.

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