Madeline Frank: Author, Teacher and International Concert Performer

Music+Math=Learning!

What are the benefits of her unique book? Dr. Frank has taken an average student and put them on the honor roll. 

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Dr. Madeline Frank cites scientific evidence showing that the study of musical instruments helps to develop strong neuronal connections to enhance brain function. She cites studies from such scholars as Arnold Scheibel, Gerald Edelman, Oliver Sacks, Alfred Tomatis and others. Discover how you too can be brighter through music. Read More

Musical Notes on Math

Dr. Frank has developed her unique, one of a kind, math to rhythm program for her children!

125-notesHer oldest son, was not doing well in math. His math book had eight different authors and each page contained eight different concepts. She decided to simplify this to only one concept per page. Children learn concepts one at a time and build on this foundation. Her children have always enjoyed music and what makes music special is the rhythm. Read More

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mfrank-2010Madeline Frank received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music from the Juilliard School in New York City as a scholarship student of William Lincer, former principal violist of the N.Y. Philharmonic and the Cleveland Orchestra. While attending the Juilliard School, she studied symphonic conducting with Maestro Vincent La Selva, Principal Conductor of New York Grand Opera Company, New York City Opera, the Opera Company of Boston and many international orchestras. Read More!
Madeline Frank, international violist, has performed concerts throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, Australia and New Zealand to critical acclaim. She has performed at the prestigious Purcell Room at the Royal Festival Hall in London and recently performed the “premier” of the Walton Viola Concerto with the Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra in Xiamen, China. She was the “first American”, “first woman” and the” first violist” to perform in Xiamen, China. Read More!
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[testimonials][testimonial name=”Saint Leo College/University Newspaper” gender=”male”]Her teaching sessions are sprinkled with large doses of compassion, caring and understanding…Blended with the sweet sounds of the strings were dominant tones ringing of self-confidence, high-esteem and a general atmosphere that shouted, ‘hey- this hi-brow stuff is fun![/testimonial][testimonial name=”Dr. Aqueil Ahmad” company=”Professor of the Department of Business at Walden University” gender=”male”] I feel Dr. Frank has a great deal to contribute to the world of music as well as to education as an instrument of human development.[/testimonial][/testimonials]