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Introducing Encore Resources

Musicians today require one of the largest and most varied skill sets of any profession. Not only do they need to perform at the highest standard, but very few people realise that 21st century musicians must also be familiar with the roles of entrepreneur, marketer, agent, accountant, and more, to make it to the very top.

At Encore we’re passionate about giving musicians the tools to help them accomplish this feat, which is why we’re proud to unveil our new Resources page today.

The Resources section brings together the best advice for musicians from around the web into one place. We’ve packed it full of great articles offering valuable insights into such thorny topics as PLI, taxes and musical injury. We’ve also linked up with leading authorities on musical development like Help Musicians UK, ISM and the MU to deliver a constant stream of new and helpful content.

When you visit the Resources page, you’ll be shown the most recent articles we’ve added first. You can also see which articles other musicians are finding most helpful by changing the ‘Sort’ option to Popular.

In addition, you can quickly find every resource in a particular category (e.g. “Career development” or “Wellbeing”) using the filters across the top of the page.

We’re extremely excited to be able to offer this valuable new resource to musicians. Give it a browse now and see what you could learn!

Click here to check out the new Resources page

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James McAulay

Encore Co-Founder & CEO. Cellist, pianist, singer and aspiring guitarist.

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