Mon 24 January 2011, The Independent

Cuts put music lessons at risk for all but the wealthy, say teachers

By Richard Garner
Music education will remain the sole preserve of children from well-off families unless the Government pumps more money into the subject, an expert warns today. Cuts to services will mean parents having to make up the shortfall in budgets, said Virginia Haworth-Galt, chief executive of the Federation of Music Services.
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