We are excited to be collaborating with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Resound to bring the Lullaby Project to three regions of the UK in 2020-21 (Suffolk, Hull & London), following a successful pilot in 2017. London is the first region of these new Lullaby Projects. We are partnering with Praxis Community Projects to work with migrant & refugee mothers; Clean Break and Sounding Out to work with mothers and fathers who have experience of the criminal justice system.
Devised by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute in the US, the Lullaby Project invites participants to work with professional musicians to write a personal lullaby for their children. The aim of the project is to strengthen the bond between parent and child through a creative arts activity. The project can also be a way for parents to explore and express their emotions in a safe, non-judgemental environment.
Support for the Lullaby Project in London is from Arts Council England, The Kestrelman Trust and The Radcliffe Trust
Lullaby Project performance dates in London
- Tuesday 4 February, 1.45pm –performance with migrant & refugee mothers from Praxis Community Projects (Pott Street, London, E2 0EF
- Tuesday 11 February, 2pm – performance with migrant & refugee mothers from Praxis Community Projects (Pott Street, London, E2 0EF)
- Tuesday 3 March, 3pm (arrive by 2.45pm) – performance with mothers & fathers with experience of the criminal justice system from Clean Break & Sounding Out (Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA)
RSVP: If you would like to attend any of these (free) peformances, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: If you would like to attend the performance on 3 March, you will need to RSVP by 02/03/20.