Jenny Paulson-Krueger, former director of the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, figured she was on to something in her early years as a school teacher. Krueger had her students listen to classical music. They spent lots of time dancing and singing to other styles.
After a few sessions, the students were spelling Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, Mozart, Brahms and the names of other famous composers. They were in the second grade. Full story.
Herman Fuselier (daily advertiser) / April 30, 2018