37 music organisations join forces to call for EU and national investment to address the current Covid-19 Crisis and promote diversity.
On this page you can find our position papers, statements, reactions, and recommendations on current European topics that concern the live music sector in particular, and the creative and cultural sphere in general.
Live DMA supports Culture Action Europe's letter pointing out the effects of the Covid-19 Sanitary crisis on networks & cooperation projects supported by the Creative Europe programme and on the European Culture & Creative Sectors.
The global outbreak of COVID-19 required governments in Europe to react fast and order precautions to avoid the spreading of the virus. The measures taken restricting social gatherings in particular, creates a high degree of uncertainty among the actors of the live music sector. The shut-down or reduction in...
Live DMA, with 7 other European organisations of the live music sector, wrote a joint letter in support of a sectorial focus on music in Creative Europe (2021-2027). “[The EU Commission & Parliament’s support to Music Moves Europe and the inclusion of “diversity and competitiveness of the music sector”...
Live DMA co-signed with 92 other European cultural organisations a joint letter for an increased budget for Creative Europe 2021-2027. “Today, Creative Europe represents a mere 0,15% of the overall EU Budget. This is by no means proportionate to our sectors’ contribution to the EU economy, which stands at...
Miguel Tudanca - (Madrid (Spain) )
Gunnar Geßner - (Hannover (Germany) )
Anders Tangen - (Oslo )
Armando Ruah - (Madrid )
David Dehard - (Brussels )
Isabelle Von Walterskirchen - (Zürich )