Spitalfields Music has been putting music at the heart of East London for 40 years. We aim to bring artists, audiences and communities together so that everyone can find, explore and share extraordinary music in one of the most vibrant areas of London.
Throughout the year, Spitalfields Music has opportunities for people of all ages to make, perform and hear music.
During the Covid 19 Lockdown period , we have been working to co-create messages of inclusivity and kindness with those we work with, many of whom are vulnerable and sheilding.
Read about Creating inclusive music during lockdown> in a blog by Natalia Kieniewicz and Calina de la Mare- two of the creative leaders working with Spitalfields Music, THAMES and Drake Music on Soundbox: a creative inclusive music ensemble for disabled and non-disabled young people aged 11+ of all musical abilities, taking place at THAMES’ Saturday Music Centre. Natalia and Calina share their thoughts on creating inclusive music during the current COVID-19 lockdown.
Read about Co-creativity and wellbeing online: Messages of kindess to care homes and residents> in a blog by Rosie Bergonzi. Rosie is one of 8 artists working with Spitalfields Music and Julian West on Creative Encounters; A three-year programme aiming to improve the well-being of care home residents, including those living with dementia, and improve the quality of care and relationships in care homes across Tower Hamlets. A team of multi-disciplinary artists work with residents to co-create music, art, and movement, building connections and rich creative interactions, supported by staff training and development. Rosie shares her thoughts on creating digital messages of kindess to care homes and residents during the current COVID-19 lockdown.
October 24, 2021 2:02 am local time