Supporting Early Musicians in Need

Update 1/25/22: The Relief Fund application will reopen on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 10am ET. Applications will be reviewed and Relief Fund grants will be issued on a first come, first served basis until all funds have been exhausted.


The current global health crisis continues to have a severe impact on arts and culture. The rapid spread of the latest Covid variant has caused yet another wave of cancellations, with the result that many musicians are suffering severe financial stress.

We know we don’t have the resources to help everyone and that the EMA Relief Fund can’t make up for months of lost performance income. But we can do something, and with these mini-grants we can set an example of community spirit and provide some hope in this time of unprecedented challenge to livelihoods, artistic expression, and security. This page is where early musicians apply for a mini grant and where those with the means can contribute to the fund.

EMA and Gotham Early Music Scene have partnered to promote this fund, through which early musicians will receive, on a first-come, first-served basis, a check for $250, as long as funds allow.

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Donations are welcome now to support early musicians in need.

EMA and Gotham Early Music Scene partnered to promote this fund. #WeAreEarlyMusic Together!

Questions?

Contact EMA
Find more resources on EMA’s Responding to COVID-19 page


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