Join us to celebrate 10 years of Sounding Out and Making Tracks at Rich Mix, 15.09.22

Join us to celebrate a decade of Sounding Out and Making Tracks with a special showcase performance at Rich Mix (Shoreditch, London) featuring musicians we have worked with over the last ten years.

The Irene Taylor Trust has been inspiring people through Music in Prisons projects since 1995; in 2012 we extended this work ‘through-the-gate’ into the community with the Sounding Out programme for former prisoner musicians, and Making Tracks, an initiative for young people experiencing challenging circumstances. The resulting original music gives a unique insight into the lives of people who are often marginalised and undervalued; they have important stories to tell, experiences and talent that audiences need to hear and see.

Ticket’s are just £5! Book now here.
10 Years of Sounding Out and Making Tracks flyer

More information about Sounding Out & Making Tracks 

Find out more about our work in the community in the short videos below:

Feedback from participants

“Looking forward to be able to pass on the skills I have learnt,” ‘Sounding Out’ former prisoner trainee Support Musician

“I worked with amazing, talented people that made my writing easy and brought out my creativity,” young artist on ‘Making Tracks’

“I was skeptical at first but I’m glad I gave it a chance because it was one of the best things I’ve done in my life,” young artist on ‘Making Tracks’

Book your tickets now!

Ticket’s available now via Rich Mix here.

Support our work 

If you like what we do but aren’t able to attend the performance, you can find out about other ways to help us to support more people here.

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