COVID-19’s impact on musicians and their mental health
Melbourne musicians have been hit particularly hard by lockdown measures, resulting in the cancellation of all but online gigs. This not only impacts their careers, but their mental health, too.
Angus Thomson speaks to RMIT Music Industry Professors Kat Nelligan, Dr Shelley Brunt, and Melbourne musicians Gabriella Payne and Nathan Wong.
Dr Shelley Brunt
Professor Kat Nelligan
Musician Gabriella Payne
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