Music Helps Unite The World!
Updated: Jan 11
Most of us already know in our hearts something that research studies have proven
time and time again: music is a powerful art form, one that speaks the words we don’t
have and expresses ideas we could never fathom. All it takes is a quick glance at a total
stranger while grooving along the sounds of a street musician to instantly know how
that person is feeling.
Songs from all over the globe share many common features, such as rhythm and pitch,
which lends validity to another theory: music was developed as a way to bring people
together. Music both shapes and reflects society. Dancers follow its beat; protesters
use it to find their voice. It can promote ideals -- like peace and solidarity -- but it can
also prepare armies for battle. It has been part of almost every important personal and
collective moment throughout history.
We live in a diverse world with many different cultures that invariably clash at times.
But music has the power to lower those barriers, emphasize commonalities serve as a
great unifier. Through music, all people can come together to make the world a more
Celebrating music in all its forms!
The Cambridge Music Consortium (CMC) is a group of skilled and experienced music
teachers and performers offering in-person and online music instruction for all ages and
levels. Instruction is available for violin, viola, cello, Suzuki violin, viola and cello, piano,
flute, clarinet, music theory, composition and songwriting. For more information, give us
a call today.