To support our community of music creators we have gathered together relevant advice and information from the Academy, the music industry and Government.
We will continue updating this page as the situation develops. For support and advice you can visit our Support and Guidance page and coronamusicians.info. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns, or if there is information and resources you would like to see.
Please follow guidance from the NHS and UK Government to make sure you are up to date with the latest advice.
As well as providing advice we’re working hard with our partners across the music industry to lobby Government for music creators to be recognised in their response. We will provide updates about our lobbying, how you can get involved and what support from Government is available.
Results from our recent survey highlight the financial impact of Covid-19 on the music creator community.
Read advice from across the industry providing essential information to those affected by coronavirus.
An open letter from the The Ivors Academy’s Classical Committee to the BBC is calling for the work of living classical composers to be broadcast more.
Frequently asked questions for members and the creator community
Graham Davies, CEO of The Ivors Academy, says the music industry must do much more to provide support to the thousands of musicians facing a funding crisis.
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We have joined forces with leading music organisations and charities in writing a letter to Chancellor Rishi Sunak, urging Government to address the financial crisis of the music industry caused by the coronavirus.
The Ivors Academy has decided to move The Ivors with Apple Music awards ceremony to Wednesday 2nd September 2020, from its usual May date.