Brexit for Musicians: View from the USA

The US website middleclassartist.com recently commissioned an article from me explaining the post-Brexit state of play to their largely North American audience. British readers familiar with the history from 1945 to the present day can opt to skip the first part. Part Two contains some sharp-eyed observations from my friends and colleagues Elizabeth Llewellyn, Elgan Llyr Thomas, and Sir John Tomlinson, so should be worthwhile reading for all.

The Middleclass Artist: British Musicians Face Up To Brexit’s Perfect Storm

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All content Copyright © Paul Carey Jones 2010-2021. Paul Carey Jones is Welsh and also Irish, and he used to be an opera singer back when that was a thing. His first book, based on his hit 'Coronaclassical' blog series, is now on sale worldwide: www.paulcareyjones.net/buy You can contact him via comments here or at: paulcareyjones@gmail.com
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  1. Pingback: Brexit for Musicians: The Norway Option | Ranitidine & Tonic

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