Soundabout asked renowned composers Dame Evelyn Glennie, John Rutter, Will Todd and Debbie Wiseman OBE to put themselves in the position of someone who can’t speak. They were challenged to say, “I love you” using sound alone. Watch the video below to see the amazing results…

Jessica's Lullaby

“Jessica’s Lullaby” composition

Produced by James Hawkins

Our composers’ musical messages have been woven by music producer James Hawkins into a brand new composition “Jessica’s Lullaby", featuring Soundabout's patron Derek Paravicini on piano.

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Dame Evelyn Glennie


John Rutter


Will Todd


Debbie Wiseman OBE


Jessica’s story

As told by her mum Natalie Greaves.

“Jessica was starved of oxygen at birth and she then developed severe cerebral palsy. We were unsure when she was born how long she would survive for and what her quality of life would be. The first thing that me and her dad Matt noticed was her first response to music - from the start it was a big part of her life. Sound is also an integral part of my relationship with Jessica and we use this to strengthen our deep love and affection for each other. I know that Jessica has huge potential which is why I understand the invaluable work that ‘Soundabout’ does, their passion for helping to unlock the potential of children with complex needs through singing, music and sounds and the difference this can make to a child’s life.”

Jessica came to national attention when her mum Natalie, a paramedic on BBC Ambulance, received a call out to help her.

Read their story here

An introduction to

Soundabout uses music, sound, and silence to create opportunities where learning Disabled people with complex support needs thrive.


The #ShareTheLove campaign was created by Soundabout partner James Hawkins Music & Frames Up video production