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There are many important reasons to work under a Local 802 agreement. Among the most important is access to quality health care and insurance. The Local 802 Musicians Health Fund was established in 1951 for musicians and their families and is administered by a joint board of employer and union trustees and a plan administrator.
Local 802’s Resource Center guides members to access entrepreneurship opportunities and social services through curated links and information.
From monthly updates on collective bargaining agreements to discussions about copyright protection, common challenges facing musicians and the joy of making music in the cultural capital of the world, Allegro keeps musicians up to date about issues and ideas at the forefront of New York City’s music scene.
Practicing At Home
Yes, you can practice in your home/apartment. No matter what your neighbor might say, the law is on your side: professional musicians have the right to practice in their apartments during reasonable hours. However, there are limitations, set by NYC regulations and rules that may govern your particular building.
You may have one or more checks waiting for you in our Recording/Checks Department. If you find your name within the link below, contact Local 802’s Recording Checks Department at (212) 245-4802 or email@example.com.