Covid-19 Advice and support for musicians

how we can help you?

Being a musician can feel precarious at the best of times. The Covid-19 lockdown has almost halted the industry with the world in lockdown. We’re seeing venues closed, events cancelled and incomes disappearing.

At Polyphony Arts we want to offer you resources to help you as musicians during this time. We have a range of online professional development courses for all budgets.

Our podcast, Music Works, and blogs are free to access and packed with advice and information. You can also join our mailing list for special tips and offers.

As restrictions start to lift, make sure you are poised to restart your career and take it to the next level. The restrictions have pressed pause on careers but they shouldn’t result in a rewind. Listen to our Music Works Micropodcast episodes which are bespoke business and mindset advice for classical music professionals, and, if you want to dive in, sign up for our strategic career coaching programme.

The Polyphony Arts Business Suite, coming soon, will bring online resources together into a comprehensive package of business resources for musicians and creative professionals.

Over Lockdown 1 we did Q&As with industry experts on our Facebook page – still available to watch.

If you want to escape from it all, catch up with Margaret Pinder’s comedy Facebook Live Going Viral. Grab a glass of wine, and catch up on the series – all available on our YouTube channel.

Disclaimer: there are many many ways that musicians need support during Covid-19 and this web page is not designed to cover all of them. There is a great deal of useful advice and support on the Musicians’ Union website, amongst many others.