By George Cole, Jazz Views

Even before the Covid-19 crisis, being a professional jazz musician was a precarious occupation. That is why many jazz artists (including those considered top-flight) are forced to supplement their income through clinics, jingles sessions, private tutoring, postings at academic institutions or occasionally supporting a pop artist on tour, a much more lucrative endeavour than a host of jazz gigs. Read more here.

 

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