Harmonies, chords, and soulful beats aren’t just good for getting your groove on. Music is also food for the brain.
Research shows that absorbing melodies works as a strong tool for boosting academic performance, among other things, because it inspires the mind to improvise.
Author and pianist Bruce Adolphe teaches musical exercises meant to inspire creativity as composer-in-residence at the University of Southern California's Brain and Creativity Institute.
Adolphe recently visited Colorado Public Radio after leading a workshop series in the state for the Poudre School District to share with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner some of the benefits that come from doing musical excercise.
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