We could not agree more with our friends at Kaufman Music Center, New York City in his topic about musicians becoming innovative entrepreneurs. What an example they are setting with their innovative school! Well done Lydia Kontos!!


“It follows that today’s music major should be tomorrow’s most innovative entrepreneurs. In fact, to succeed, they must be. Our society stands at the threshold of a new era of expression and communication, and those who have mastered the most productive communication skills will ultimately stand out.”

“It’s no mistake, by the way, that there’s a match between the traits of successful entrepreneurs and musicians. Mastering music means developing creative thinking skills, resiliency and the mental strength to overcome repeated failures or hardships; learning self-discipline, team collaboration and improvisation; and exuding patience, dedication and originality.”

“In fact, some of the world’s most powerful business leaders — Paul Allen, cofounder of Microsoft, Steve Wozniak, cofounder of Apple and Roger McNamee, founder of Silver Lake Partners and Elevation Partners – are also musicians.
“The truth is, to be a musician today is to be an impresario. At a time when we need more innovative, creative and forward-thinking minds than ever before, my hope is that we see more young people rise to the occasion.”

Featuring in United Kingdom, August 12, 2019

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Music education for choirs

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Musical training makes lifelong changes to your brain

Research not only confirms the Mussila theory on the positive effect of musical training on children, but it also proves the biological impact it has on the brain. Prior studies comparing adult musicians and non-musicians have revealed structural and functional differences in the brain.

Here we have Hilmar Thor

Here is an introduction to another of our beloved team 🙂 Hope you enjoy! Name: Hilmar Þór Birgisson Age:29 (1986) Where are you from: Garðabær, Iceland. Whats your profession/background: I have a Master degree in Electronic and Computer engineering from the...

And here is Margrét

The next team member we would like to introduce to you is Margrét, our CEO. Here are her answers to some short questions. Name: Margrét Júlíana Sigurðardóttir Age: 42 (1973) Where are you from:  Garðabær, Iceland Whats your profession/background:  Musician - finished...