More good vibes

Take part in our Beyond Performance project

Beyond Performance is for people who have taken part in a Good Vibrations course who want to further develop their skills as musicians. We’re planning a week-long course, culminating in a high profile performance at York University from the 10th – 14th September 2018.

The project’s going to combine gamelan and drama. You will decide and produce what the final creative output will be along with two professional artists, John Pawson and Paul Birch. We’re opening the course up to the public and students too, so you’ll mix with new people.

Here’s the Eventbrite page with more information, and to find out more, sign up, or get involved in the project design team, contact Katy on 07535 145 797/

Let us know if money could be a barrier to you participating – we can provide free places and give support with travel/accommodation costs to enable people to take part, who otherwise might not be able to.

Come to our celebration event this autumn

We’ve heard the message loud and clear from our past-participants – you want us to work with you to put on a celebration event to make more music together, showcase your talents, and network.

So, this autumn, led by a team of Good Vibrations project graduates, we’re going to put on something spectacular to celebrate all of you – watch this space! There’s going to be gamelan, acoustic songs, spoken word and others like you telling us what you  have gone on to since we first met you.

So if you enjoyed your Good Vibrations experience and what a reunion, get in touch with Malcolm on or 07967 963 431.

Why not find out what else is available?

If you can’t take part in the Beyond Performance project or the celebration event there is loads of info and opportunities to suit your needs here in our Opportunities Database.

Join our Participant Advisory Group

We’ve got a wonderful, dedicated group of past-participants who come together regularly to help us develop as an organisation, and we’re always on the lookout for new members – watch Errol’s light-hearted clip. To find out what’s involved/why it’s good to get involved contact Malcolm on 963 431. And here’s what the group say they’re all about: