This page contains all of the latest information on the most recent developments at Soundabout, including information on our latest research projects, inclusive choirs, new stories and much more. If there is any information you would like to discuss in more detail or simply find out more about one of our projects or how you can get involved, then please contact Soundabout at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Soundabout and the National Star College in Gloucester are running a fantastic Sounds Wild project this autumn, for students with severe learning difficulties and profound and complex needs. This important project allows students to explore the natural world in a multi-sensory way, by using music and sound to create playful, interactive nature-based experiences. Find out more here.
With social distancing ongoing, we have plenty of activities to keep you entertained. Take a look at our Online Music Making Timetable for Autumn 2021 here.
Sam Pittick performs ‘Oh Little Town of Bethlehem’
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In August 2020, the Soundabout Inclusive Choir alongside renowned British acapella group The King’s Singers, released a new version of ‘Amazing Grace’ during lockdown as part of the groups Finding Harmony campaign.
Amazing vocalist Laura Wright featured the Soundabout Inclusive Choir in Oxford’s BBC1’s Songs of Praise, joining in during a rendition of ‘When the Saints Go Marching In’. To watch the edited highlights, click here.
From 2015-2018, Soundabout launched a 10-week programme funded by Youth Music known as ‘Sounds of Intent within the Early Years’, for over 200 children across 27 Children Centres and specialist organisations. > Read More
COVID-19 has changed our plans, but it hasn’t changed our goals. To ensure amazing projects like these are still possible, please donate today.