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Since 1st January 2021 citizens of United Kingdom (and legal entities registered there) will not be protected by Law of the EU. They are now protected as citizens and legal entities coming from third countries being protected by the system of international treaties i.e. International Convention For The Protection Of Performers, Producers Of Phonograms And Broadcasting Organisations signed in Rome on October 26, 1961 and WIPO
Performances and Phonograms Treaty adopted in Geneva on December 20, 1996.

If you are a musician with a UK passport, you can find more guidance information at including a Flowchart on Working in Europe, a discount on acquiring your ATA Carnets for travel from the London Chamber of Commerce, what exactly is the process of touring now and who you can talk to if you’re seeking advice.

You can also talk to the team at BrainZone Sync & Publishing with any enquiries regarding Brexit and the legalities of working in Europe.