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Music & COVID-19 | Online Survey

 

WELCOME TO THE MUSIC & COVID-19 ONLINE SURVEY.

We invite all people involved in music-making and promotion to complete a short survey based on your experiences during the pandemic. This includes those with full, part, and sporadic employment as musicians, singers, DJs, educators, teachers, managers, promoters, venue owners, sound technicians, journalists, critics, and bloggers.

 

This questionnaire is part of the study "Until COVID-19 do us apart: Music Scenes in Lockdown", which aims to understand how the creative and working lives of people in the music industry have been impacted by the pandemic. It is conducted primarily in Portugal, the Netherlands and Germany, welcoming feedback from individuals based in other European countries too. It is translated into English, Portuguese, German and Dutch.

Your contribution matters.

The analysis and conclusions resulting from this survey will serve as a basis of a report and a handbook of recommendations to be shared with relevant institutions and individuals (e.g. cultural institutions, policy makers, etc.), so they can be made aware of how Covid 19 has affected the music sector, and respond accordingly.

Your responses to this questionnaire are anonymous. Your participation is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time. Your responses will contribute to the study "Until COVID-19 do us apart" and follow-up studies on the music industry.

 

If you are interested in participating, please click the “Next” button to be taken to the informed consent page.

 

Thank you for your time.

 

If you have any question, do not hesitate to contact our Team:

PORTUGAL: Paula Guerra ✉  or  Tânia Moreira ✉

GERMANY: Robin Kuchar ✉ 

NETHERLANDS: Pauwke Berkers ✉

 

@ Know More about the project at www.kismifcommunity.com/until-covid-19-do-us-apart-music-scenes-in-lockdown