About Finding Rhythms
We deliver collaborative music-making courses for those at risk of (re)offending either within the prison estate or in the community. Our creative courses utilise music industry professionals and coaches, who empower marginalised and disadvantaged individuals to improve their lives. Our distinctive approach gives beneficiaries confidence, self-belief and soft skills preparing them for a better future in society and supporting desistance.
Our culturally relevant practitioners use high quality music production equipment and modern production values to provide meaningful opportunities. Their expertise and emotional intelligence ensure that a unique and untapped sense of creativity is coaxed from participants, empowering them in a distinct way. We are proud of the fact that we have created over 50 albums of original music, a catalogue which distinctly separates us from other organisations both in terms of quality and quantity of content.
Do you work in reducing reoffending or learning & education in a UK prison?
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Do you work with young people at risk of offending, those not in employment, education or training, or ex-offenders?
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Are you looking to run music workshops with a difference in your primary school, secondary school or pupil referral unit?
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Finding Rhythms is proud to be working with the Prince’s Trust, enriching young lives with meaningful accreditation in personal development and teamwork.
But don’t just take it from us, here is what our participants say...
I will stop offending and look for other ways to use my time and earn money. I will aim higher now I can see how far I've come in the past 2 weeksParticipant, HMP Forest Bank
I feel so compelled to express that before I came out here, I was going through so much. Now Finding Rhythms have helped me build bridges and network.Community participant, Only Connect
I really benefitted from this project. It has helped my mental health and made me leave the house when I feel low. Thank you!!!Community participant,School Ground Sounds