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A central fact of Finnish musical life is audience openness to new and difficult works of music by contemporary composers.
According to Wall Street Journal for decades support by Finnish government for classical music has been broad and deep.
In a country of 5.5 million people, there are some 15 symphony orchestras, dozens of working composers, and surprisingly low ticket prices. The top ticket for both of Helsinki's ensembles is often less than €30, and low prices mean diversity among concertgoers.