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Call for Members Working as Traditional Musicians in Scotland to Complete Survey

The Traditional Music Forum has launched a survey which aims to capture the economic realities for traditional and folk musicians in Scotland today.

They plan to use the information to underline the importance of traditional music to Scotland’s culture, and to inform thinking within the traditional music community about how music gets from musician to audience and how that might change and improve.

The more musicians able to complete the survey the better, and they invite people to define for themselves whether they consider themselves 'traditional' or 'folk' musicians, and activities can cover every kind of gig: clubs and festivals, Scottish dance bands, ceilidhs, tutoring, directing choirs or fiddle orchestras, pipe bands and much more.

The survey should take around 30 minutes to complete, and participants will remain entirely anonymous. It will remain open until 21 March.

Take the survey

Published: 18/03/2019

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