No-deal Brexit: what it means for you
Find out how no-deal Brexit could affect your work as a musician.
NEW: ISM and Music Mark call for continued funding for music education hubs
The ISM and Music Mark (the two subject associations for music) have called for the government to confirm continued funding of at least £100m per annum for music education hubs, for the next five years.
Brexit update: Preparations for touring musicians
This free webinar on Wednesday 23 October will look at what the most recent Brexit developments mean for musicians who travel in the EU for work.
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ISM calls for Government to cover musicians' extra no-deal Brexit costs
The ISM has calculated that musicians who travel to the EU27 and carry an instrument will incur additional costs of up to £1,000 per year in a no-deal Brexit.