Jazz 4 Jed are inviting applications to the Jed Williams Memorial Bursary from people involved in the Welsh jazz scene.
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.
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.
The GFTU has announced the new dates for the GFTU trade union management programme 2015 / 2016.
We talked to leading figures about ‘The Future of Grassroots Music Venues’ at The Great Escape 2015.
The British Paraorchestra is the world's first professional ensemble for disabled musicians.
And why do we need it? FEU Training’s Frances swung by MU HQ to talk about how it could help you.
The Musician Summer 2015 explores the causes and consequences of ageism across all the ages and genres and investigates savvy strategies to battle discrimination.
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.