YAHSHUA Intelex graciously ends its Summer Music Program at XU Little Theater, last May 7, 2016 with popular beats and a magical Disney bang. This graduation concert is one of the culminating activities of the summer-long workshop, which is the second leg of the YAHSHUA Intelex ULTIMATE SUMMER BRAINFEST; covering Math, Music and Art trainings. The first leg, “Learn Art the Easy Way” was also recently concluded last April 28, 2016.
It was considered a gathering of family and friends of the aspiring musicians – celebrating their talents and skills in voice, keyboard, acoustic guitar, and violin. The Summer Music Program has successfully unleashed the musical potentials of children as young as 5-years-old.
The event was graced by the management of YAHSHUA Intelex; Ptr. Ron Bayron, CEO; Dr. Ruth Bayron, VP; Ms. Tina D. Peligro, Head of Operations; Mr. John Paul Cabelin, Lead Musical Instructor and Ms. Mel Cabelin, Lead Vocal Coach.
The INTELEX Summer Music Program was created as one of the three programs in the ULTIMATE SUMMER BRAINFEST. The BRAINFEST program is designed to make tough disciplines; Math, Music and Arts, a little easier than traditional training. The training is based on the scientific premise that the brain is basically tissue – like muscle, it grows stronger with practice. When people learn new ways to study, the brain changes and grows. According to American author, Jodi Picoult, music is the language of the memory. Researchers have found this to be true as music will help you learn and recall information better, depending on how much you like music, or whether or not you like music.
This is the exciting fact of science, which YAHSHUA Intelex has employed in its trainings for almost four years and counting. The training has seen conversion of kids who are not confident – to kids who have found a new sense of self-esteem, thereby improving in school performance and in daily life.
Araneta Center is taking part in the worldwide initiative of switching lights off during Earth Hour from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on March 24, Saturday. Araneta Center is taking part in the worldwide initiative of switching lights off during Earth Hour from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on March 24,...