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Why not come along to a new monthly networking night aimed at musicians working in and around Glasgow?

As a result of the winding up order made against Limited in the High Court of Justice on 31 July 2019, the Official Receiver has become liquidator of the company.

The Edinburgh International Festival is running a series of discussions aimed at promoting dialogue between community activists, citizens and arts professionals.

PRS for Music has launched a public consultation into the terms of its Tariff LC (Live Classical), which is used to license the use of music at classical music concerts and recitals.

Music industry organisations have put together a new resource pack for all musicians affected by the collapse of PledgeMusic.

The aim is to make London a city where all women feel confident and welcome at night.

The MU (along with other entertainment trade unions under the FEU) currently benefits from government funding for training for members. But this is now under threat!

Help Musicians UK’s podcast series, Elevate Music, looks at health and wellbeing issues affecting musicians.