I’ve gone from being a complete beginner to being able to join in small group musical pieces. I liked the variety – from physical exercises, audio games to playing with
Open Strings Music facilitator Bela Emerson is delivering this intensive training at Goldsmiths University of London on 24th March – see below for more details or click here: Awareness of
Silver Strings subsidy scheme 2018 Silver Strings is Brighton’s very own later-starter community string band: we’ve been meeting to play cellos, violas and violins together every Tuesday morning since 2013.
We’re offering free music-making training for carers of people living with dementia in three locations in Brighton & Hove, in February & March 2018. We’ll explore songs, sound-making and rhythm
Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Trade Up Programme, in partnership with the School for Social Entrepreneurs, and jointly funded by Big Lottery Fund
Big news! We are very excited to announce that our founder / co-director Isabel Emerson has been accepted onto the Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Trade Up Programme, in partnership with
‘Starting as a total beginner, you have brought me on to the point where I can play. That is a total plus. Without the initial introduction and then your encouragement
What does a soundscape look like? What does a drawing sound like? Drawing Out Sound is a dementia-friendly music and visual art session hosted at Fabrica as part of In Colour.
OSM directors Emma & Isabel will be presenting and discussing their Brighton & Hove CCG -commissioned work at this conference in London at the Royal Brompton Hospital. The National Alliance
Silver Strings return to the bandstand for our second year running. Join us from 2pm!
We’re celebrating our 4th birthday, on 23rd May, by playing tunes old and new in our lovely rehearsal space at the Brighthelm Activities Hall. Come and listen, eat cake, and