They do fantastic work, successfully supporting thousands of disabled people and their families, in thousands of projects and services, throughout Scotland.
As part of this work they provide inclusive opportunities for people with complex needs to engage with the arts and artists, participants & audiences. Their music sessions offer opportunities for individuals to experience and recognise their own creative, expressive abilities, and also develop a sense of equality with peers and fellow musicians through group sessions and projects. They help support musicians to develop their own practice and create innovative new music which has previously led to performances at TouchBase, the CCA, Tramway, GOMA, the Riverside Museum and BBC at the Quay during the Commonwealth Games 2014.
Drums and percussion play a huge part in their sessions so we are proud to have them in attendance at #GDS2016. Pop along and see them at their stand in the main foyer and be sure to buy a raffle ticket to help support their amazing work.