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Hello from our first employee, Nadine!

I, yes I, am the new Operations Assistant at Finding Rhythms…Yippee *Happy Dance* . Such a great feeling to be part of such an amazing team! A huge comparison to where I was a couple years ago. . Ever thought that things couldn’t get any better? Well they do and I am a strong...

“Do I deserve half an hour of your time?”

Take a group of convicted criminals. People that could be stereotyped as misfits of society. Throw them together in an ad hoc musical studio and what would you expect? . You might be dreading the fall-out. Are you eagerly awaiting the resultant anarchy? Waiting with the expectant anticipation of the opportunity to...

Finding Rhythms Announce Third Patron

What a year this has been so far. After announcing our first two patrons this spring, and a raucously successful second fundraising dinner and concert earlier this month, it is with great excitement that we announce Finding Rhythms' third patron! Veteran BBC Radio 3 DJ, Max Reinhardt, kindly agreed to...

Finding Rhythms’ First Film

This May we had the extraordinary privilege of being granted permission to take a film crew inside a prison for the first time. With the help of three wonderful film students we were able to produce this: Finding Rhythms' first short film. If you have ever wondered what our work...

The Future’s Bright Now

And if you can believe it, here is a second outstanding remix from music industry legend, Robin Millar. A haunting reinterpretation of a track created by a group of Finding Rhythms participants at the open prison, HMP Springhill, in February 2015....

So Much Left to Say

At the beginning of this month we had the great honour of announcing our first patron; the legendary music producer, Robin Millar. Nicknamed "the original smooth operator", Robin is most renowned for his production of Sade's multi-platinum winning 'Diamond Life'. He has won every major international music industry award and...

“There will be a chain reaction”

I remember the first time I informed my parents of this prison charity, Finding Rhythms.  It was at an annual family gathering just after Christmas.  We were all hanging about in the living room of my cousin’s rowdy children-filled suburban house in New Jersey when the room’s attention suddenly shifted...

Update from Isis One Month On…

Just before Christmas we received a heartening email from Mother Susie, Managing Chaplain at HMP & YOI Isis where we completed a project on 19 November. In it she said:   "Two big success stories from the Dream Chaser group are Charlie and Peter. Just last week in band practice, Charlie was...

Finding Rhythms Hits the BBC

Wow. Who was listening to the radio yesterday? If you were you may have caught Finding Rhythms' work featured on the BBC World Service' Weekend programme. Recently BBC Producer Martin Vennard came to visit us during a workshop at HMP / YOI Isis, where he spoke to the governor Grahame...

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