Projects & Workshops
We love working with partners to create new and exciting projects and understand that there are budgets and constraints to adhere to. We do our very best to ensure maximum output and outcome for any project, adding plenty of fun along the journey.
We have a proven track record of working with mental health issues such as Anxiety, Depression and Schizophrenia. Music making activities enable participants to increase their confidence and well-being through a structured programme, alongside an experienced tutor. All work is documented through a self-penned blog giving the option of current progress-tracking and monitoring.
In partnership with University Campus Suffolk and Future Projects, we conducted a research project in two different early years settings. Working alongside traditional music therapy delivery, we offered an alternative of emerging technologies to discover whether new approaches can be made and what effect technolgy and music making can have on the younger minds. Read more about this in the final report, here.
We have partnered with many inspiring organisations such as Youth Music, Britten Sinfonia and Orchestras Live to deliver a variety of beneficial programmes to a range of young people; those in care, hard-to-reach, youth offenders and those requiring support with their with mental health. At the other end of the spectrum, projects such as the Dementia Cafes, have allowed those with various stages of dementia and their carers the opportunity to create music alongside each other.