Musicians’ get-together in G Livelab Tampere 10th of May
The Finnish Musicians’ Union, Globe Art Point and Global Music Centre are organizing a get-together for Finnish and Finland-based musicians on the 10th of May in G Livelab Tampere. The get-together includes an informative session on musicians’ employment and rights and the evening ends with a jam session. The get-together is open for all music performers – register now!
Participating at the event from The Finnish Musicians’ Union will be Community Coordinator Anna Dantchev, Producer Sari Löytynoja and Communications Assistant Rosanna Mantila. Also attending will be staff from Globe Art Point and Global Music Centre.
We’re looking forward to meeting you! The get-together is open for all music performers. Through the registration form, you can also ask any possible questions in advance.
Time: Tuesday May 10th 2022 at 14pm.
14:00-16:00 Information Session in G Livelab
19:00 Jam session in G Livelab (free entrance and everyone is welcome to the stage)
There will be time for informal networking between 4pm and 7 pm. The location of the networking will be informed later on.
Place: G Livelab Tampere (Address: Puutarhakatu 1, Tampere)
The Finnish Musicians’ Union is a trade organisation for professional musicians. It has expertise in matters related to contracts, copyrights, social security and other issues that have come up during its 100 years of existence. The Finnish Musicians’ Union organizes some 3 800 members in 22 branches. Orchestra musicians, soloists and conductors represent approximately one third of the Union membership. The remaining two thirds consists of restaurant, entertainment, jazz and rock musicians. The ballet dancers of the Finnish National Opera are also organized in the Union.
Globe Art Point’s mission is advocating cultural equity, diversity and inclusion in the arts and cultural sector in Finland. G.A.P also serves as an information centre and meeting point for artists, cultural workers and arts & cultural institutions in Finland.
Global Music Centre is one of Finland’s musical institutions. Its key task is to collect, record and distribute information about musical cultures from around the world. The Centre aims to increase understanding among listeners, researchers and music-makers of the individual and collective values in music, and of the importance of music as a means of communicating and strengthening identity.