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A new partnership between BAPAM and Liverpool Philharmonic is now providing free Performing Arts Medicine Clinics at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.


Members are encouraged to join a May Day March, where trade unionists and the labour movement will come together to celebrate efforts to improve workers’ rights.


PRS for Music and The Musicians’ Union (MU) are running a series of events running across the North of England entitled 'How To Release Your Music and Get Paid'. They will explore the issues that may affect artists releasing their own music.


The MU and shesaid.so have combined forces to support women in the industry by matching fellow musicians together, to help one another grow and succeed in their careers.


UK Music – of which the Musicians’ Union (MU) is a member – and Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram, today unveiled plans to introduce a Music Board for the Liverpool City Region.


Small venues continue to face threats that could affect their long-term future, warns UK’s first Live Music Census.


The Musicians’ Union (MU) is hosting two initial drop-in events to allow musicians to talk about their experiences of sexual harassment in the music industry, and consider ways the MU could offer further support and be a catalyst for change.


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.