Expanding horizons in music education

by Lari Aaltonen, Petri Aarnio, Anu Ahola, Tove Djupsjöbacka, Heidi Horila, Tuulikki Laes, Heidi Partti

The socio-cultural, economic and political changes fostered by globalisation and technology bring new challenges to all fields, music education not excepted. FMQ presents the most exciting and inspiring aspects of Finnish music education today in a Special Feature.

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Featured photo: Veikko Somerpuro