On the 3rd of April 2020, Music Policy Forum organised an online free Music Cities Together conference, with Mark Davyd from Music Venue Trust (UK), Kwende Kefentse researcher on “music ecosystems” from the City of Ottawa (CA), Don Pitts and Michael Bracy from the Music Policy Forum (US). The...
On this page, you can find resource, best-practices, information and updates relevant for the live music sector on COVID-19.
Over 40 music organisations join forces to call for EU and national investment to address the current Covid-19 Crisis and promote diversity.
Last updated 27/03/2020 – 11:54 Find below a list of articles written on how the COVID-19 crisis impacts the music sector. All the arguments are the authors’ own. Indie venues fight back against coronavirus, IQ Magazine – 19/03/2020 The Value Of Music In Our New Age Of Coronavirus, Shain...
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.
Last updated 09/04/2020 – 13:30 In front of the frightening consequences of the COVID-19 crisis for live music scenes, various actors of the sector have called for solidarity and initiated campaigns to save live music venues, clubs and festivals from definitive closure. Indeed, solidarity and its practices are deeply...
Miguel Tudanca - (Madrid (Spain) )
Gunnar Geßner - (Hannover (Germany) )
Anders Tangen - (Oslo )
Armando Ruah - (Madrid )
David Dehard - (Brussels )
Isabelle Von Walterskirchen - (Zürich )