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Journalist Henry Yates describes how the “second charity livestream for the MU’s Coronavirus Hardship Fund featured homegrown talent performing in Sheffield, Devon, New Orleans and Montreal.”

UK Music’s Let The Music Play campaign has launched its second phase, calling for further support for the live sector during these difficult times.

Since 1 August, employers have been required to pay National Insurance and pension contributions to staff on furlough.

Looking back on this year's Make Music Day – a global celebration of music which took place last month – we examine how it still succeeded during a global pandemic, and where you can go to catch the highlights you may have missed.

CULT Cymru are surveying Union members working in the creative sectors in Wales, to find out more about how they’ve been affected by Covid-19.

We've sent a letter on behalf of over 70 organisations, musicians, music teachers and academics to ABRSM, demanding they take meaningful and measurable action to diversify their syllabi.

We’ve signed an open letter urging the music industry to speak out and eradicate racism, along with over 700 artists, managers, producers and companies.

Members can now share their professional profiles with the general public. If you want to use our member directory to promote your work, choose to make your profile available to the public.