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Why you should choose Lorraine Music Academy

Programs & Courses

Lorraine Music Academy’s Music PROGRAMS & COURSES for children, teenagers, youth & adults

At Lorraine Music Academy, we believe that if our students can talk, they can sing; if they can write, they can draw and if they can use their hands, then they can play an instrument (if they desire to). Through our education programs and courses we bring to our students musical experiences and musical memories that will last for a life time… read more


Certificates, Exams, Accreditations & Affiliations

All students of Lorraine Music Academy get assessed through our Internal Examinations. We have sent hundreds of students for International Examinations conducted at our Music Centres by world renowned & globally accredited organisations such as Trinity College London, U.K., Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (A.B.R.S.M.), U.K., RockSchool, U.K., etc… read more

Events & Workshops

Events, Concerts, Workshops, Training Programmes

Lorraine Music Academy conducts workshops, training programmes, short courses, events and concerts on a wide range of the creative arts catering to children, teenagers, youth and adults.

All performing arts like singing, playing a musical instrument, speaking, acting, dancing, miming, poetry recitation and storytelling belong to the same big family… read more

Music Lessons for Children

(4 Years to 17 Years)

Very often we meet parents, who complain that they would love their children to play well, or they are learning music but the children are just not motivated enough to practice and spend time with their instrument. Sometimes, children are so eager to learn and they have such great talent, but both parents and children need to be guided on deciding what kind of music they should learn, what instrument to choose. If you have a child who is interested in music, you might consider giving him / her music lessons. If you are not sure whether he / she has an inclination for music or not sure which instrument to choose, contact us for a consultation. Our experience over the years confirms that children who learn music achieve a significantly higher level of excellence in anything they do.

Greek scholars Plato and Aristotle said that while sports is important for the body, music is important for the discipline of the mind.

We go the gym for physical fitness and we need to do music – both listening and learning music – because music is the gym for the mind. We believe that learning music is fundamental to activating, optimising, and maximising the potential of the human brain – more so for children. Neuroscience is beginning to prove this.

To put it simply, when the brain processes music, all the ‘lights’ come on in the brain. Music has no one designated mental circuitry localised in one or a few areas. It is absolutely a whole brain phenomenon: it activates motor centres that govern movement, emotion centres, language modules that process syntax and semantics, and auditory highways. When we play music, the stimulus created engages all aspects of our mental apparatus and compels them to speak to one another.

Music Lessons for Adults

(18 to 85 Years)

Do you regret not pursuing music as a child? Do you wish to learn a musical instrument and discover your talent? Do you believe you have more hidden talents and creativity within you than you have discovered so far? Do you desire to play an instrument or sing at the next party or family gathering? Do you wish to see emerge in you a more relaxed and cool personality?

Working adults have stress at work. Housewives have stress at home. Music has proved to be a great and effective therapy for coping and eliminating stress. It also enhances and brings to the fore the dimension of creativity in an individual. Our adult programs have received an overwhelming response because music lifts your mood and stimulates creative thinking. Adults are great students. It is never too late to learn!

As adults, we stop learning the way we did when we were at school and college. Our minds, brain, memory, concentration, speed of learning new things tend to deteriorate considerably. Learning music is one of the best ways to stimulate and activate the brain, improve memory, and concentration.

All of us will agree that listening to music is a big de-stressor. Playing music on an instrument is many more times a de-stressor as compared to just listening to music. After you learn some music, you know you have a friend. Whenever you are feeling lonely or if you have a problem to solve or you feel the need to get away, just pick up your guitar and strum away; or sit at your piano and play for yourself; or simply sing in front of the mirror.

Benefits of learning music are invaluable. If you have music or singing as a hobby, you can easily get together with your musical friends and play and sing together. The endorphins released in your brain are substantially significant to create positive change in your mood and overall physical health; e.g. – blood pressure, heart rate.

Do not think that you cannot learn music as an adult. If you have tried and failed, please try again. It may not have been your fault. It is most likely that the teacher did not simplify it enough for you, or did not persuade you enough to persuade music further. It is never too late to learn music!