• Wishing Well

The Wishing Well, Music in Healthcare programme enables us to bring participatory music making directly to hospital bedsides, creating meaningful interactions to improve the wellbeing of children, young people and older people with dementia in hospitals and hospices.  We support well-being in healthcare by creating environments that make people feel safe and by encouraging a healthcare culture that helps staff interact with the person, as well as treating the health condition. We support the whole community around the patient, including families, caregivers and staff in interactions and aim to improve the overall sound ecology of hospital wards.

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  • Music in Mind

Music In Mind is a music-making programme for Young People aged 11-18 with mental health issues funded by Comic Relief and Amy Winehouse

Music in Mind

-engages children and young people in high quality music making activities

-providing respite children and young people’s challenges, relieving stress

-enables children and young people to be supported in a creative atmosphere

-encourages musical, social, personal and educational development

-focuses on self expression and resilience

-acknowledges complex needs through tailored programmes.

-includes accreditation, sharing opportunities and performances


  • Silent Voices

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.

The first phase of Silent Voices was created by the young people who access Charlie’s YMCA drop-in centre in Eastbourne giving them a platform to be heard. This was delivered in partnership with Towner Art Gallery and East Sussex Music Service and was supported using public funding by Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts.

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  • Make Waves

Make Waves aims to develop music-education for young people living in areas of social deprivation in Hastings and Rother; engaging young people aged 11 – 17 in music making opportunities with specialist tutors; offering sharing, performance and progression opportunities.


  • Surrey Live!

Surrey Live! is a project delivered in partnership with Surrey Arts, Surrey County Council  and Surrey Music Education Hub  It is a county-wide programme of free music workshop, rehearsal and performance opportunities targeting young people living in challenging circumstances aged 13-18, providing progression opportunities to accredited programmes and the formal education sector as well as develop lifelong skills.

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