An Assembly Committee report has identified significant financial and geographical barriers to accessing music lessons in Wales.
The Culture Committeeâ€™s report says â€œvastly differentâ€� services are available, depending on where you live.
Commenting on the report, Shadow Education Secretary, Darren Millar, said:
â€œThis report lays bare the fundamental flaws in the Welsh Governmentâ€™s historic approach to music provision in Wales.
â€œPupils should be given every opportunity to access music services, and those opportunities must be accessible to all.
â€œAll too often young people face financial and geographical barriers that prevent them from accessing teaching.
â€œItâ€™s clear that the Cabinet Secretary needs to address these shortfalls, and in doing so must take urgent steps to ensure that there is a level playing field across Wales.
â€œWith the sector having suffered years of under-investment and neglect, we need to see fundamental changes to the Welsh Labour Governmentâ€™s approach.