‘Music and arts are being marginalised’

Igelese Ete, speaking during a panel discussion at the 47th Fiji Institute of Accountants Congress, with Pleass Global managing director Warwick Pleass and NatureFiji-MareqetiViti director Nunia Thomas-Moko. Picture FELIX CHAUDHARY

CHILDREN who have the potential to pursue a career in creative arts should be provided all the support they need to do so, says renowned music director, composer and choral clinician Igelese Ete. Speaking at the 47th Fiji Institute of Accountants Congress at the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort, he said not enough was being done. “At […]

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