Book Presentation Event by Author Sofija Zlatanova

Presentation of a New Book By Author Sofija Zlatanova

Title of Book: On Music Education, Psychology and Different Abilities 

Date: May 2nd, 2023

Gallery MC, 545 West 52nd Street, New York, NY 10019


“On Music Education, Psychology and Different Abilities” takes readers on a journey through the world of music education, exploring topics such as violin playing schools, the psychology of music, and the connection between music and different brain creativities. The book offers insights into how music can be used as a tool for healing and emotional support, as well as how it can be adapted to suit the diverse needs of students with different abilities. Author and music educator, Sofija, also outlines her creative and innovative teaching methods, which incorporate visual reinforcements, storytelling, and music composition as a means of engaging and inspiring students. With chapter titles like “Differentiation as a Learning Objective” and “Behavior Teaching Strategies Developed Using Music and Art,” this book is a must-read for music educators, parents of children with varying abilities, and anyone interested in music and its transformative power.


On Music Education, Psychology, and Different Abilities is a diverse and thought-provoking read for anyone interested in music, psychology, and education. Chapter 1 delves into the history of violin playing schools, analyzing and researching the methods to facilitate future development in violin pedagogy. Chapter 2 explores how music can influence our lives, offering anecdotes and helpful tips for motivation and emotional support. In Chapter 3, the author investigates the composers who had different brain creativities, designing a program that allows students to perform their music in a safe environment. Chapter 4 explores the idea that diverse arrangements and techniques could make it possible for children with different abilities to perform intricate musical pieces. The book rounds out with intriguing chapters on differentiation as a learning objective, music and drawing as an introduction to music lessons, and finally, practical strategies developed using music and art for managing behavior. Whether you are an educator, musician, music lover, or parent, this book is an excellent resource for gaining deeper insight into the world of music education and psychology.


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