Meet the researchers: Hanne Rinholm

Hanne Rinholm is Associate Professor of Music at the Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education at Oslo Metropolitan University. Prior to her academic career she worked as a pianist and singer, music teacher, choir conductor and songwriter in Germany and Norway. She is currently involved in the multi-disciplinary project TEQ21 besides FUTURED. She is … Read more

Webinar about the future for music teacher education in Norway

September 16, 2021, the FUTURED project hosted an online webinar for music education researchers, educators, preservice teachers, teachers in school and others concerned about the future for music teacher education. The aim was to initiate a research-based discussion about development and change. The webinar was organized in collaboration with the Department of Arts Education (Western Norway University … Read more

Meet the researchers: Kari Holdhus

Kari Holdhus is professor of music education at Western Norway University of Applied sciences (HVL). Her background is an education as a music educator, however, in her career, she has been working as a musician in a military band, in the musician’s union, as an editor if the union journal, as a facilitator of community … Read more

Upcoming FUTURED webinar in September

In September, the FUTURED project will arrange an online webinar in collaboration with the Department of Arts Education (Western Norway University of Applied Education), Oslo Metropolitan University and The National Centre for Arts and Culture in Education. We aim at bringing together researchers, teachers, educators, students and others interested in music teacher education to initiate … Read more

Meetings with the FUTURED Scientific Advisory Board

This spring, the FUTURED researchers and the Scientific Advisory Board have met online to present, discuss and reflect together on important issues regarding each study, work packages and the overall project. Each meeting had its own focus, where the work package leaders, researchers, guest researchers and scientific advisory board members shared development from the studies, … Read more

Successful midway evaluation for Eyolf Nysæther

On the 2 of June, 2021, FUTUREDs` Ph.D.-candidate Eyolf Nysæther had his midway evaluation. Eyolf is a part of the first work package in the project (WP1), with an overall aim of mapping the current situation within music teacher education, and his Ph.D.-project is a mixed-method study in the 5-year General Teacher Education (GTE) with … Read more

Meet the researchers: Monica Lindgren

Monica Lindgren (PhD) is professor of music education and the head of research and postgraduate education within music and arts education at the Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg. She has a background as a music teacher in elementary education and municipal school of music and arts as well as teacher … Read more

FUTURED researchers represented at music education conference in Uganda

Late April 2021, FUTURED researchers Bendik Fredriksen and Hanne Rinholm presented results from their ongoing study at the third biannual music education conference in Kampala, Uganda. The conference is part of an ongoing international collaboration project between the music departments at OsloMet and Kyambogo University in Kampala. Due to the pandemic, the conference was held … Read more

FUTURED well represented at RiME2021

The week after Easter, several of the FUTURED researchers’ schedules were filled up with The Twelfth International Research in Music Education Conference (RiME2021). This year’s conference was planned to take place at the Royal College of Music in London. Because of the COVID-19-situation we were only able to meet our dearly missed colleagues worldwide in … Read more

Meet the researchers: Øystein Røsseland Kvinge

Øystein Kvinge is Associate Professor in music at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences. In this post, you will get to know him and his recent work, as a teacher educator, researcher and performing artist. Happy easter to all of our readers, hope you are safe and well! Hello, I am Øystein Kvinge At … Read more