Musicology Lab and Irving Fine Arts Academy Student, 5 years old Stone Scott wins first place
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Student of Musicology Lab and the Irving Fine Arts Academy, 5- year old Scott Stone, wins first place at prestigious King's Peak Music Competition out of over 600 finalists.

IRVING, Texas - eMusicWire -- Irving Fine Arts Academy and Musicology Lab celebrates the extraordinary success of Stone Scott, a 5-year-old piano prodigy, who secured 1st place in the esteemed King's Peak Music Competition. Stone's remarkable accomplishment stands as a testament to the Musicology Lab "See it, Say it, Play it" piano program which combines languages and music for children to play with both hands through their proprietary methodology.

Zoe Madewell, Founder & CEO of Musicology Lab showcased the victory of her student at the Education Conference 2.0, held in Dubai and received interest from over 10 educational institutes to invite Stone Scott for performing and inspiring music students globally.

"It took me over 5 years to create this program where children can leverage music to learn another language and create a program which is affordable and easy to teach. I have invested hundreds of hours with professionals to curate our learning kit, craft the methodology and build a technology which will change the landscape of teaching music and languages for many more years to come," said Mrs. Madewell.

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Stone Scott's triumph illuminates the effectiveness of Irving Fine Arts Academy's innovative learning approach, notably the Musicology Lab's "See it. Say it. Play it. Learning System." This comprehensive system, emphasizing visual, auditory, and hands-on learning, empowers students like Stone to grasp musical concepts through story poems, games and unique teaching methods. The Musicology Lab Learning System has received two Global Awards from Education 2.0 and has been implemented in five preschools in Dubai.

The King's Peak Music Competition (https://kingspeakmusiccompetition.com/) serves as a prestigious platform recognizing and celebrating outstanding musical achievements. Stone's victory not only underscores his individual talent but also showcases the high caliber of education provided by Irving Fine Arts Academy.

About Irving Fine Arts Academy:

Irving Fine Arts Academy is a leading institution in music education dedicated to nurturing talent and promoting musical excellence. With innovative programs and a commitment to fostering creativity and technical proficiency, the academy has produced numerous accomplished musicians and received prestigious accolades, including being nominated for National Music School of the Year in 2020.

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About the Musicology Lab Learning System:

The "See it. Say it. Play it. Learning System" from the Musicology Lab represents a groundbreaking and holistic approach to music education. Tailored to accommodate diverse learning styles, this innovative system empowers students to grasp and apply musical concepts through the integration of storytelling and singing in a second language.

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