Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Alberta Music team members will be working from home for the foreseeable future and use of our resource centre will be postponed until further notice. Even working remotely we remain entirely willing and able to serve all members, artists and industry during this time. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us without hesitation.

The health and safety of our team, our members, our guests, and our communities is our top priority and we’re keeping a close eye on public health updates and new around COVID-19, aka Coronavirus.


*Updated December 11, 2020*

Alberta Music has received a number of inquiries about how to prepare for a possible coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak from our colleagues in the arts sector. We are happy to share the links below where you can access general communications for individuals and for workplaces.

IMPORTANT UPDATE

Alberta is taking aggressive new public health actions to limit the spread of the COVID-19.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will provide more information as it comes available.

Please visit alberta.ca for more information. For the most latest restrictions, please click here.

If you are in the position to do so, please support local. 

To find the ongoing online shows, festivals, music instruction/ lessons please visit our Facebook or Instagram pages. And always feel free to reach out to us at info@albertamusic.org

Government Agencies
Funding
Music Industry Resources
  • Canadian Live Music Association:  Recommendations from Canada’s Live Music Industry
  • Music Managers Forum
  • Unison Benevolent Fund: COVID-19 resources for the music community
  • CMRRA: update from President Paul Shaver
  • FACTOR: Update on cancellation policy
  • CAPACOA: Response for the live music sector
  • ROZCA Foundation: Funding, Management, and Wellness resources
  • PRS Foundation: Advice for overseas activities or performances
  • HUB International: Managing your business through the Coronavirus Crisis
  • Event Safety Alliance: Preparing your organization for the Coronavirus Outbreak
  • She Shreds Magazine: Supporting musicians and live professionals during COVID-19
  • Canada Council: Important information related to COVID-19
  • Bandzoogle: How musicians can ask fans for support during the coronavirus pandemic
  • EAC: Resources to help artists, collectives and organizations navigate through this difficult time
  • Starlite Sessions Call to Action: Help advocate for aid towards independent venues, promoters, agencies or festivals by signing the petition/ spreading the word/ writing to your MP’s, MLA’s, PM, Premier.
  • Sound Diplomacy Music Cities Resilience Handbook: A plan for how music can drive recovery, build resilience and create better cities and urban development for all of us
  • Support Canadian Venues: Working to make sure musicians, artists, fans, and crew all have a place to come home to when this health crisis is over. Add your voice and help them be heard. Sign the petition and write the Federal Government what Canadian Independent venues mean to you
Mental Health & Safe Spaces
Reopening Guidelines

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