We worked with Rachel Goodall on two of her shows, recording the narrative and creating backing tracks. These will accompany each of her theatre performances of “The Mysterious Tale Of The Ships Cat,” and “Captain Woodward And His Performing Seals” Productions.
To find out more about this show, and other shows/performances Rachel will be putting on, contact her via email: [email protected]
We were really pleased to be asked by Splodge Designs to be involved with their “Who Cares Project”. Using their own experiences of hidden disability as the basis of their ideas, our participants have created 3 pieces of work, which will be used in some form within the overall project, and will be showcased in an event in November 2021.
To find out more about Splodge Designs and their upcoming events, please visit their website: www.splodgedesigns.com
You can also find them on Instagram: @splodge_designs
We had a great couple of days at the Old Blacksmiths Recording Studio in Portsmouth. We worked with another group to record their song, for an upcoming film documentary. Thank you to our session musicians Nathan Shervill and Will Powell, from A Rocket Complex, for your support on this project. Also, thank you to the studio team for your encouragement and support.
We had a fun final music session before second lockdown, with the LMS UK Portsmouth Group, who have been working as a bubble together. With support from Jim Chorley, we worked on lyrics, and recorded group vocals for the song. The Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, has made this and other sessions possible.
It was a fun music session with the PKL Group today. We practiced and recorded some vocals, and new keyboard parts for the song. The Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, has made this and other sessions possible.
With Toucan Diversity Training Ltd we facilitated some Visual Impairment Awareness training sessions for the staff and volunteers at the Mary Rose Museum. We have also completed some lyric writing and song composition sessions with Losing My Sight UK. The two groups now have a demo track each, which they will use for rehearsing to before having them recorded. The GMV Music group is continuing to work on their projects.
We started the New Year with two new projects. First of all we worked with Rachel Goodall to create the backing track for her show called “Victory Day”. Also, with support from Music Fusion, we started another Inclusive Music Project at Toynbee School. We have also continued to facilitate 1to1 and small group music workshops.