YAHSHUA Intelex graciously ended its Summer Music Program at XU Little Theater, last May 13, 2017 with the theme ‘’Thank YOUth’’.
It was a celebration of the young aspiring musicians – unveiling their talents and skills in voice, keyboard, acoustic guitar, and violin as well as looking forward to their future’s endless possibilities.
The event was graced by the management of YAHSHUA Intelex; Ptr. Ron Bayron, CEO; Dr. Ruth Bayron, VP; Mr. John Paul Cabelin, Lead Musical Instructor and Ms. Mel Cabelin, Lead Vocal Coach.
The Summer Music Program has successfully unleashed the musical potentials of children as young as 4-years-old. Most, if not all, of the children overcame their stage fright and triumphantly performed on stage. Parents took photos with a glint of pride in their eyes.
YAHSHUA Intelex has designed programs to make tough disciplines; Math, Music, Arts, and Reading 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.
The concert was wrapped up by a moving video tribute to parents, where every child who trained music under YAHSHUA candidly spoke about what they were thankful for. They were most especially thankful for their parents’ love, support, and for enrolling them to the YAHSHUA Intelex Summer Music training. This is timely as the this year’s concert title is “Thank YOUth”, a theme which revolved around gratitude and appreciation. A spontaneous yet inspirational speech from Ptr. Ron Bayron was the cherry on top. He thanked the parents for engaging their kids in YAHSHUA Intelex, for entrusting their children’s growth at the training center. He also emphasized the children’s immense improvement, howthe shy kids overcame their stage fright.
That’s what being enrolled at YAHSHUA Intelex is all about. The facilitators teach the kids with a parent’s heart. That means keeping the child’s best interest at the core of the YAHSHUA training.
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