Rhythmix is a partner on many music-making projects in the South East
Recent projects include
- Green light - Genre-Defying Music Ensemble
- UP! Orchestra - Inclusive orchestra for people of all abilities
- Movement 1066 - Hastings community arts festival
- Sounds of Sexology - Young women created original music using research into young people’s sexual values and experiences from the Wellcome Collection.
Programmes that engage with difficult to reach communities, creating bridges between isolated communities and existing community programmes including Travellers, Asylum Seekers and Looked-after children (LAC)
Education Exclusion: programmes in PRUs (Pupil Referal units), EBD units (Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties), and behavioural management programmes in schools
At Risk: Work with young people under secure orders or at risk of becoming involved with crime
Social Exclusion: Work in rural areas and areas of deprivation
Funders include Youth Music (ELER Module), Awards for All, FFT, Sussex Community Foundation, Surrey Arts/ Youth Music, Surrey Community Foundation and some individual partners funding work in their settings.
Motion Sound Lab
Motion Sound Lab explores the limits and capabilities of technology to support cross-platform work between movement and sound practitioners, particularly in physical disability settings. Partners come together to experiment, create, and share digital practice, resulting in increased skills, knowledge and use of technology.
Motion Sound Lab is a programme in development. It is currently looking at how we can use technology to allow creative outputs to be inclusive. By working with musicians, dancers, developers, designers and a host of interested parties, many with disabilities, we are developing a programme to find the most innovative uses of technology for inclusive music making and dance.
If you are interested in getting involved in the future of Motion Sound Lab, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Partners: Arts Council England, StopGap Dance Company, Human Instruments
Silent Voices is a Sound Art Installation programme of work created by young people in Challenging Circumstances working closely with artists and musicians from the Rhythmix team and its partners.
Visit rhythmixsilentvoices.blogspot.co.uk for more information
Partners: Arts Council England, Towner , Charlies YMCA and East Sussex Music Service
The Rhythmix Music Mentoring programme gives young aspiring musicians who need support a professional musician for one to one mentoring. The young people tell us their interests and what they want to gain from having a mentor, and we assign a musician with experience or knowledge in those specific areas to make it the best experience possible. To find out more visit mentoring.rhythmixmusic.org.uk