Our values

At Music Alive, we work to the following values: We respect each other, our beneficiaries, our volunteers, our stakeholders and our partners. We understand that respect is rooted in how we behave – how we treat each other, how we communicate, doing what we commit to do on time, recognising...

Meet the team

Staff Debbie Wolfsohn – Director of Music With Tim Swingler (of the Soundbeam Project), Sandra Pearce and Yvette Wyatt, I founded Music Alive in 2002 after Music for Living (founded by Margaret and Reg Johnson) was dissolved. I’ve been passionate about inclusive music making since discovering Drake Music whilst studying...

Saturday Sessions

Saturday Sessions are group events open to anyone aged between 9 and 99 years old with or without a disability. The focus of the session rotates each week. On the first Saturday of each month, we hold our Drum Circle. Led by Martin and Debbie, these sessions are an opportunity...

Donate sessions

Support Music Alive this Christmas If you are passionate about the need to improve access to music for people with disabilities, you may like to support our work this Christmas. Our music sessions have a valuable impact on our students and develop their musical ability, as well as support them...

Newsletters

Click on the links below to read our Newsletters: Spring 2017 Newsletter (includes details of recent fundraising events, the outcome of our feedback survey and more about what happens at our Saturday Sessions) Autumn 2016 Newsletter (includes news about our Patrons, a report from our work at the Highworth Festival, a focus on...

Music Alive appoint new Patrons

Music Alive are thrilled to announce the appointment of our three new Patrons: Tom Bradley, Roger Greenaway OBE and Justin Hayward. Music Access Specialist and Director Debbie Wolfsohn said of the appointments “It is a privilege for us to work with three such acclaimed individuals and we are very grateful...

Saturday Sessions

Saturdays People of all abilities from 9 to 99 years old are welcome to make music with Music Alive on Saturdays from 1 to 2 pm at Highworth Community Centre The Dormers, Highworth, SN6 7PQ Drum Circle – exploring and sharing the power of rhythm. 1st Saturday of the month...

Highworth Festival 2016

Music Alive collaborated with Falding’s Fandangos over the 2016 Highworth Festival. The theme this year was Youth and Technology and as Music Alive use a variety of electronic instruments and tablets to make creative expression available to all, this fitted in well with our activities! We attended lots of different events...

Music Alive Policies

Equal Opportunities Policy Child Protection Policy Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy Health and Safety Policy Mar 2017 Volunteers Policy IT Principals and Code of Conduct Personal Information and Recording Consent Policy Draft DATA PROTECTION GUIDELINES MARCH 2016 Complaints Procedure Conflict of Interest Policy To communicate in confidence with a Trustee, please...