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Jed Williams Memorial Bursary

Jazz 4 Jed are inviting applications to the Jed Williams Memorial Bursary from people involved in the Welsh jazz scene.

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UK music industry wins High Court copyright case against Government

The High Court today ruled against the UK Government in a Judicial Review case brought by the Musicians’ Union (MU), the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA) and UK Music.

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PRS licence fee 'pass on' - guidance note for members

PRS for Music licence fees (PRSfM) - traditionally paid by promoters and venue owners - are increasingly being passed onto musicians, either as a cost involved in hiring a venue or as a deduction from their performance fee.

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GFTU Trade Union Management Programmme

The GFTU has announced the new dates for the GFTU trade union management programme 2015 / 2016. 

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The Future of Grassroots Music Venues

We talked to leading figures about ‘The Future of Grassroots Music Venues’ at The Great Escape 2015.

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Opportunity: Executive Producer

The British Paraorchestra is the world's first professional ensemble for disabled musicians.

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What is FEU Training?

And why do we need it? FEU Training’s Frances swung by MU HQ to talk about how it could help you.

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The Musician: The Numbers Game

The Musician Summer 2015 explores the causes and consequences of ageism across all the ages and genres and investigates savvy strategies to battle discrimination.

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The Musician: Pop Goes Politics

Do British musicians still rage against the machine?

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The Musician: Let the Music Play On

From Bergen-Belsen to the higher echelons of British classical music: cellist Anita Lasker-Wallfisch has travelled an extraordinary journey. In the Summer issue of The Musician, Anita speaks exclusively to the Musicians' Union about her life story.

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