Jazz pianist Robert Mocarsky has seen his income slashed because of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei ChenJazz pianist Robert Mocarsky has seen his income slashed because of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jazz pianist Robert Mocarsky has seen his income slashed because of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong musicians falling on hard times as Covid-19 financial relief packages pass them by

  • Working performers not always eligible for financial support from government
  • Venues such as bars are not recognised under relief scheme leaving many musicians struggling

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Jazz pianist Robert Mocarsky has seen his income slashed because of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei ChenJazz pianist Robert Mocarsky has seen his income slashed because of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jazz pianist Robert Mocarsky has seen his income slashed because of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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