We work in partnership with communities who want to make a positive social change through creative music making. Together, we co-produce creative music projects which enable people to discover the skills to write their own music. In all our interactions, we promote kindness, honesty, playful exchange and creative thinking, striving ultimately to create a responsive and joyful experience for all involved.
When facilitating, we follow The Soundcastle Theory of Practice which places community members at the heart of the creative process promoting ownership and ultimately autonomy. This leads to reduced isolation and enhanced wellbeing, connectedness and resilience.
Click below to find out more about our creative music making projects in mental health and family settings.