What is “Music for All”?

The “Music for All” research collective was established in 2010. The principal focus of “Music for All” is to raise a public and critical debate about equal opportunities to study, learn and make music. The “Music for All” collective actively promotes research co-operation and consults, tutors and trains researchers, teachers, and other representative specialists working in the field by organising regular meetings and seminars. Also students are welcomed to join the network and seminars. The aim is to advance the development of educational and art systems and pedagogical arrangements from the standpoint of equality.

Meetings and seminars are mainly held at the Resonaari Centre in Helsinki (www.resonaari.fi). Besides Resonaari, researchers are situated into leading Finnish universities: the Universities of Helsinki and Jyväskylä, Sibelius Academy / University of the Arts Helsinki, Åbo Akademi University, and Aalto University.

Please contact Sanna Kivijärvi (sanna.kivijarvi@uniarts.fi) to join the network and/or email list regarding meetings and seminars. If you wish, your name and contact details can be added on this website.

The seminars are open for everyone interested. It is not necessary to join the mailing list or have your name and contact details on this website. The seminar dates are updated on the “Music for All” front page and event calendar on Resonaari’s website. The sessions will be held either in Finnish or in English, depending on the participants.

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