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FIM NEWSLETTER of 24 September 2020
Opera Australia | International support for the MEAA campaign

No opera without us

Throughout the world, live entertainment is undergoing serious constraints, following government decisions taken in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. These constraints have brought about a drop in resources and serious disorganisation of programmes, in particular where symphony orchestras or operas are concerned. In the face of such an unprecedented situation, it is essential for all stakeholders to work together to come up with suitable strategies, in order both to protect jobs and the missions of these institutions, over the short, medium and long terms.
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