All workshops are carefully customised to suit the ideas, interests, needs, and objectives of each partner.
Recent workshops and organisations:
Music and mindfulness workshops: participatory sessions exploring musical and mindful tools to support well-being. I have facilitated these in various contexts, such as schools, the Challenging Exclusion Conference 2023, and in the context of addiction recovery for Turning Point UK
Music meditation: an inward meditation journey guided by the sound of live music. For Music at Oxford, Leighton House Museum and Oxford Mindfulness Foundation
"Aria and the Music Box": co-created and co-delivered by Duo Eunoia, premiered with Wigmore Hall. We created this story for schools and young people as a fun and interactive way to learn about the various styles of music that the violin and piano can play, while also celebrating the works of new and lesser-known composers.
Wigmore's Detectives Agency: a fun music workshop celebrating Wigmore Hall's 2023 Festival, exploring the Hall's past through various intriguing items in their Archives
Music & Drawing: drawing and painting to the sound of music, for Leighton House Museum
Themed concerts, song-writing and music-making for people living with dementia: facilitator and composer for Turtle Key Arts, facilitator for Loveday Dementia Care Home, and Wigmore Hall's Music for Life program.
... for all!
Music workshops can be for anyone! I work with general audiences, including museums, schools, music and arts organisations, and corporate events.
Furthermore, a great part of my work is dedicated to working with groups who have specific needs, including people living with dementia, residents in care homes, people in addiction recovery, people experiencing homelessness, families in temporary accommodation, and many others.