This first issue of volume 2 of NRME Journal encompasses nine research articles addressing a variety of themes relevant to music education. They are all loosely connected through the notion of space: how we physically, metaphorically or virtually inhabit musical spaces; the tools that are needed for entering a music knowledge domain or space; the thresholds that exist for accessing educational spaces; and the ways various professional spaces in music education facilitate learning and identity formation, as well as cultural reproduction and power battles.
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