Guest Post by Elena Stewart
The Sound of (Socially Distanced) Music
The late and legendary Dick Clark said that “Music is the soundtrack of your life.” Yet for all their import, the musicians we encounter in our daily lives — the ones who add ambiance to our dinners, accompaniment to our chorus, and patient tutelage to our school bands — typically fit the descriptor of “struggling artist.” According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, many musicians need at least one other job to pay the bills. Because of the personal nature of the craft, it’s not difficult to imagine how an era of long-term social distancing could bring tremendous financial pressures and hardship to musicians. With some perseverance and creativity, you — the musician — can still find ways to spread your harmonies and keep some money rolling in. Done correctly, it could even build up your post-pandemic careers.
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