What to Expect:
Join Our Community
Attend our weekly meetings where you'll explore the fascinating worlds of neuroscience and music, and engage in lively discussions.
Receive daily emails with valuable information to support your overall well-being. Discover articles on the brain, music, healthy activities, and more.
Learn about music and sharpen your cognitive abilities through fun music games to keep your brain healthy.
How Does It Work:
Create free account, get a free trial, no credit card required.
Attend community call
During your free trial attend our community meetings with us.
Train your brain
Your home work will include fun games to train your brain with music.
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Subscribe to our community activities with weekly calls, fun brain training games, daily emails, and many more. Stay engaged, connected, healthy!
Brain Training through Music Learning
Recent research suggests that dedicating just 15 minutes to piano learning at least three times a week, can lead to remarkable improvements in cognitive abilities. These improvements encompass memory retention, concentration, problem-solving skills, and emotional well-being, showcasing the wide-ranging benefits of piano learning beyond the realm of music.
Dr. Dmitrii Paniukov, PhD
Dr. Dmitrii Paniukov, a distinguished alumnus of Texas Tech University, carries a doctoral degree in cognitive neuroscience. His profound knowledge of the intricacies of the human brain and its learning mechanisms have been pivotal in the genesis and evolution of our unique brain training approach through our community and CogniChord web app.
Dr. Ekaterina Paniukova, DMA
Dr. Ekaterina Paniukova brings her extensive expertise in piano performance and pedagogy to Pulsar Music. With a doctorate from Texas Tech University, she combines her love for music with a passion for education to enhance the brain training capabilities of our community and cutting-edge music-based CogniChord web application.
While our community is a powerful tool for engaging your brain, it is not diagnostic and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice.