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New Funding Success

  Finding Rhythms is delighted and hugely grateful to have secured new funding to help us to continue our important work   We have received another grant from Youth Music which allows us to continue our existing relationship for the next three years and work with more young prisoners and young people in...

Community Projects During The Pandemic

  To say 2020 has been a challenging year in our sector would be an understatement but despite the challenges of carrying out our work during an international pandemic, we have been able to deliver a number of projects in the community and reach some young people with inspiring results.    Rugby Portobello...

Finding Rhythms Offers Prince’s Trust Award

Finding Rhythms has been approved to deliver the Prince's Trust Achieve Award as part of our music courses in prisons and community settings. We previously offered an outdated BTEC qualification in Employability and Personal Effectiveness, however this qualification came to an end in August 2020 and we needed to find a...

Finding Rhythms Annual Report 2019/20

We recently published our latest annual report, detailing our work, achievements and accounts for the last financial year 2019/20. Download and read the Annual report...

Finding Rhythms Wins 12 Koestler Awards

    The 2020 Koestler Award winners were announced on Friday 30 October 2020 and we are delighted to announce that 12 of those winners are tracks made on Finding Rhythms projects in prisons.   The winning tracks were made in four different prisons. Each track was made in the course of a 36-hour...

Finding Rhythms Welcomes New Chair

  In October 2020, Finding Rhythms bid a fond farewell to Herb Nahapiet, who had served as our Chair since 2016.  Herb dedicated a huge amount of time, expertise and guidance to Finding Rhythms and we are hugely grateful for his contribution to the charity.  In his place, Jonty Kinsella was elected...

We’re Recruiting For Freelance Project Leads

  Do you have a passion for using music to empower young people and vulnerable adults at risk of offending to make meaningful change in their lives? Do you have the skill set and experience to command attention and coordinate projects in challenging environments including prisons? Do you have high musical...

Finding Rhythms Runs Online Music Workshops During Lockdown

  The external environment has challenged us to find creative alternatives to our in-person projects, and like other organisations, we have made a concerted effort to engage with young people in any way possible. In July 2020 we were delighted to run a series of online music workshop with students from...

Meet some of our New Artists

Towards the end of 2019, we put the feelers out to find some more musicians to add to our already impressive roster of professional artists. Our artists are the ones doing the work on the ground - they go in to prisons and community centres to inspire, enable, motivate and...

Finding Rhythms works with Essex Violence & Vulnerabilities Unit

  During February and March 2020, we partnered with Essex Violence and Vulnerabilities Unit - part of Essex CRC (Community Rehabilitation Company) to deliver a series of 3 projects aimed at engaging ex-gang members and those at risk of gang violence within HMP Chelmsford. The last of these projects was finished...

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