Music Venue Trust and the Institute for Contemporary Music Performance present the interim findings from their national research into the UK's music venue circuit.
The Union is pleased to announce that confirmation was received yesterday (Thursday, 22 January 2015) of a further £500k funding from Stormont for the Orchestra, which is in addition to the extra £100k already pledged by Belfast Council and secures the orchestra's finances until April 2016.
2015 marks the 60th anniversary of the Ivor Novello Awards, celebrating, honouring and rewarding excellence in songwriting and composition for works released in the UK.
Eurostar is committed to providing the best and most affordable means by which MU members can take their instruments into mainland Europe. Given the ongoing uncertainty of travelling by air with your instruments, the MU has been working with Eurostar to find a more reliable, cost effective and safer means of transport.
The MU have been made aware that on Christmas Eve 2014 a change was introduced to the planning guidance that recognises the existence of music venues.
Great jazz artists come together and, through their music, express support for Labour’s values of fairness and diversity.
Members are being asked to contribute to an important survey, which will help a consortium of music publishers and content providers understand the usage of, and views on, sheet music.
The MU is pleased to confirm its ongoing partnership with Morgensterns, now in its third year, by providing six more Orchestral Audition Master Class days during 2015.
The Cultural Enterprise Office has updated its Support Directory with a complete list of organisations and websites providing support to creatives working in Scotland.
The Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) will be holding its 4th LGBT Workers Conference on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 May in Clydebank.