We can learn from our mistakes.
Last year, 72,000 prisoners were released back onto our streets.*
1 in 2 will reoffend.
Finding Rhythms’ aim is to create a generation of prisoners who are less likely to reoffend.
We do this through music.
Finding Rhythms run intensive, 36-hour music projects in prisons led by some of the UK’s top touring artists – from Mercury nominated jazz musician to Grammy winning opera singer, Persian percussion specialist to spoken word poet – each of which result in a professionally produced album of new music.
We demonstrate that the skills used in the context of writing, producing and delivering a project such as this are transferrable to many areas of work and life. As evidence of this, our graduates earn the Edexcel accredited BTEC certificate, ‘Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness’ (‘SEPE’).
During a Finding Rhythms course, participants: