3 in 4 British musicians don’t expect to play again in EUmain
The Encore Musicians booking platform has come up with some alarming analysis in a new survey.
76% of musicians said Brexit travel restrictions will stop them performing again in Europe;
40% said they have already had to cancel events specifically because of Brexit;
91% said Brexit will have a negative impact on their livelihood;
The survey involved 452 musicians, most of them classical.
It appears that classical sector will be hit worst: With average annual earnings of £5,713, classical musicians who performed in Europe in 2019 earned the most of any genre. Jazz musicians earned the least on average, taking home on average £3,402.
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