Thanks to emails sent and calls made by union musicians and others members of the arts community, the U.S. Senate and House both voted to increase NEA funding by 1.42% for 2019.
The young Local 390 member first garnered a following on social media, then transferred her talent to stage and studio.
With more than a hundred pension plans facing insolvency in the next 10 years, musicians joined with other working people in calling on Congress to protect the retirement security of millions.
Live TV musicians fighting for a fair contract rallied in NYC. #RespectTheBand
After two years of negotiations, the networks still refuse to pay musicians when they stream their work on YouTube and network websites.
The Baltimore Symphony oboist discusses the power of joining in union with other musicians and the importance of symphonies connecting with their communities.
A union musician since she started gigging in college, the NYC Local 802 member discusses her career and joining together in union with other musicians.
The Senate is considering legislation to ensure musicians who recorded before 1972 are fairly paid.
The Los Angeles Local 47 member has performed on more than 800 films as a session keyboardist, and is now taking on composing projects.
The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed the CLASSICS Act as a part of a music licensing reform package.