Prof. Dr. Anna Houmann is full professor of Music Education, with Educational Sciences as her profile at Lund university/Malmö Academy of Music. She is Coordinator and supervisor of degree projects in the first and second-cycle, Course Director for Educational Sciences within the Music Teacher Training Programme and Subject Director for Research Studies in Music Education. She is currently leading the funded practice-based research project The digital student – computer as instrument in schooland have been aresearch project manager in developing a Music Education Department at the Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi, in the funded research project Creativities – transcending boundaries in higher music education and The School I’d Like project together with universities within U21. She has been an elected Board Member of the European Association for Music in School (EAS) in charge of research and development and is currently an elected Board Member of the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education. Her research focuses on music teachers’ discretionary power – possibilities and limitations and future making, pedagogical creativity, uncertainty and improvisation, and music teacher training with a specialization in innovative research methods in collaborative and international settings. Her research is published in peer- reviewed national and international journals and book series and she is part of the Editorial Team of the Journal Nordic Research in Music Education (NRME).