Open Strings Music for all

Music promotes well-being and touches us in ways that words cannot describe. In recent months we have seen videos from Italy and Germany of people singing together from their balconies and families making music at home. In these strange times where we are cocooning and feeling disconnected there is a way to make and share music together through Brighton and Hove’s Open Strings Music.

What’s on offer

Musical Box Scheme online

Free online one-to-one citywide service for socially-isolated older people: monthly online visit from our DBS-checked musicians, plus a set of safe and wiped resources delivered each month, to inspire conversation and ideas for music-making. Find out more…

Sound Mosaics

Playful sound exploration every month, using household objects to create music for archive radio clips. More info here…

Workplace Harmony

Session designed for team building which can help remote workers feel more connected to each other.

‘We all learned something new and re-connected with each other: the experience was relaxing, exciting, and moving’

Find out more…

Fancy learning the Ukelele

Whether you are interested in making music, ukulele tips, stretching to music then watch out for weekly postings to facebook. Find out more...

Caring for someone?

If you’re you a carer or live with dementia then there are sessions you can join. Find out more…

Fancy volunteering?

Open Strings Music has opportunities for everyone in projects and behind the scenes. You don’t have a play an instrument to get involved. Find out more…

Where to find them

Website: Open Strings Music Email Phone: 07914467816

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