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Support New Note Orchestra

We help our musicians learn new skills, increase confidence and reduce isolation, which are essential ingredients to saying sober. Through our public performances we tackle the stigmas surrounding alcoholism and addiction.

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Sponsor a participant

We have lots of different types of people who come and play in the orchestra. Some can’t read music at all and this is their first experience of playing music.

Others have been classically trained. All of our participants work together, learning from each other. We are building a community away from drugs and alcohol and playing together has helped our participants to increase their self esteem, confidence and learn new skills. The orchestra has become a place for participants to share ideas and experiences about recovery and this is the inspiration behind all our music.

What we are doing

  • Building a community away from drugs and alcohol
  • Linking participants to services and encouraging them to join other community groups
  • Developing skills, confidence and self esteem.

How you can help?

£5   Pays for teas/coffees and biscuits for rehearsals.

£10 Pays for the rehearsal space

£20 Pays towards a professional conductor

Campaign Info

Start Date 2016
Location East Sussex
Benefits Those recovering from drugs & alcohol addiction
Category Empowerment

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We have lots of different types of people who come and play in the orchestra. Some can’t read music at all and this is their first experience of playing music.

Others have been classically trained. All of our participants work together, learning from each other. We are building a community away from drugs and alcohol and playing together has helped our participants to increase their self esteem, confidence and learn new skills.

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Buy an instrument

We believe that everyone has talents and some of them are hidden. With some love and care those talents can be nurtured and help to shine.

Many of our participants have never played music before and some don’t have instruments to bring along to rehearsals. We are trying to buy a range of instruments that our participants can use – mainly percussion such as drums and xylophones. The instruments we buy will be kept at our rehearsal space and brought out for everyone to use.

 

What we are doing

  • Providing percussion instruments for our beginners.
  • Raising money for a xylophone.
  • Raising money for drums and music stands.

How you can help?

£10 Goes towards maracas and triangles

£20 Goes towards percussion stands

£50 Goes towards a xylophone

Campaign Info

Start Date 2016
Location St Luke's - 64 Old Shoreham Road BN1 5DD
Benefits Those who don't have access to instruments
Category Musical Skills

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We believe that everyone has talents and some of them are hidden. With some love and care those talents can be nurtured and help to shine.

Many of our participants have never played music before and some don’t have instruments to bring along to rehearsals. We are trying to buy a range of instruments that our participants can use – mainly percussion such as drums and xylophones.

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Sponsor a concert

We hold between 4-6 concerts a year. We believe that performances are a vital part of what we do.

It gives our participants a real focus and purpose, building towards something together. By showcasing the varied talents of people in recovery we help break down taboos and reduce stigma within our community. Its also damn good fun for the audiences and the participants.

Anyone who donates will be included in our concert programmes, unless you want to stay anonymous.

What we are doing

  • Showcasing the incredible talents of people who come into recovery
  • Breaking down taboos and stigma around addiction and alcoholism
  • The participants gain a huge sense of achievement

How you can help?

£10 Provides refreshments to be sold at a concert.

£20 Pays towards a concert venue

£50 Pays for a conductor to get the best out of the participants.

Campaign Info

Start Date 2016
Location UK
Benefits 2000
Category Events

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We hold between 4-6 concerts a year. We believe that performances are a vital part of what we do.

It gives our participants a real focus and purpose, building towards something together. By showcasing the varied talents of people in recovery we help break down taboos and reduce stigma within our community.

Read More +

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