Eun Cho

Dr. Eun Cho is a music educator and researcher with a passion for interdisciplinary research that intersects music, education, psychology, and culture. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University’s Child Study Center, where she leads a project on the health benefits of singing in infancy.  Throughout her career, Dr. Cho has been an active researcher in the fields of music education and psychology, with many peer-reviewed publications and book chapters that explore the role of music in people’s lives across the lifespan. To learn more about Dr. Cho’s research and teaching, please visit her website at

A Research Survey of Suzuki Parents What they learned what they think what they wish they knew

A Research Survey of Suzuki Parents: What they learned, what they think, what they wish they knew

You may not be surprised to learn that research shows parental support is important to young children’s music learning. The International Research Symposium on Talent Education (IRSTE) team has recently done several research studies to explore the perspectives and experiences… Read more ▶

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