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Music Education

Working together

Education

The Teachers' Section Committee is a vibrant and active committee and I would encourage those who teach to be involved and help to make a real difference to the profession.

Ruth Ballantyne, MU Executive Committee Member

Education News

MU Update on British Airways Instrument Policy

The MU has been in discussion with British Airways over a recent development of their musical instrument policy.

The MU is Here to Support You If You Face Inappropriate Behaviour at Work​

We are here to offer support and guidance if you face sexual harassment, exploitation or abuse at work. If you are an employed or self-employed musician, regardless of which part of the industry you work in, you can talk to us. We will listen.

MU Report Highlights Challenges Faced by Music Teachers

The Musicians’ Union (MU) has released its fourth annual report into the state of music education in England, and looks at how to improve the situation for teachers and students alike.

Musicians' Union expresses dismay at European Union Youth Orchestra’s decision to leave London

The European Union Youth Orchestra is the second orchestra to announce it’s leaving the UK since the Brexit referendum last year, in part due to concerns over restricted freedom of movement for working musicians.

Events

Young Workers’ Month – Effective Negotiation Webinar

29 November

Learn how to negotiate effectively and build your confidence to get a fair deal for you and your work at this Musicians’ Union / FEU Training workshop – part of the MU’s Young Workers’ Month celebrations. #YWM17

Reports

MU 2017 Education Report