News - Projects

New Resource Available

Posted in Projects on 26th May 2017

We are delighted to launch a new resource born out of our work in Romania, Rwanda and Georgia last year, but highly relevant to music therapists, students, educators, health professionals and the wider public worldwide: Our Research Summary is a unique 175-page... Read on

UK Film

Posted in Projects on 8th May 2017

Film-maker Charlotte Mackie is in the middle of travelling around the UK to capture the experiences of the amazing staff who have participated in our training projects here on home soil, and the people they work with. This footage will be turned into a short film... Read on

Charity Commission Error

Posted in Projects on 7th March 2017

A recent clerical error within the Charity Commission led to Music as Therapy International showing on their database as a defunct organisation in early February.  This error was corrected on 24th February and we have been very much up and running, delivering... Read on

Recent news from Hyderabad

Posted in Projects on 14th February 2017

Our Local Partners at the ARMS Centre in Hyderabad have just received some additional musical instruments from us to support the music programme they have been continuing since we provided a training project for their staff in 2015. They said, "We would like to... Read on

Our 2016 Impact

Posted in Projects on 19th December 2016

As we approach the New Year we have been reflecting on all we have achieved in 2016: Over all, including our work both in the UK and overseas, we delivered 19 projects to 226 Local Partners in 6 countries.  408 vulnerable children and adults participated in... Read on

Musical Instrument Fund

Posted in Projects on 14th December 2016

Local Partners in Gisenyi, Rwanda applied for our musical instrument fund earlier on this year. Based on their continued music as therapy practice we were really pleased to be able to send them a selection of new instruments to compliment the ones they already... Read on

Update from Romania

Posted in Projects on 24th November 2016

I am back in the office this morning, basking in the excitements of my recent visit to Brasov.  Accompanied and guided by our fantastic Romanian Programme Officer, Magda Pata, our three days began with a meeting at the University of Bucharest.  Loredana Tudorache... Read on

What is music therapy? How does it work and what evidence do we have?

Posted in Projects on 21st November 2016

Alexia Quin and Magda Pata are on their way to Romania to present at a conference being held by the University of Transilvania in Brasov - they will be launching a 180 page research document entitled 'What is music therapy? How does it work and what evidence do... Read on

Singing from a session in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

Posted in Projects on 4th October 2016

Following Alexia's fascinating visit to the Musicians without Borders and Sounds of Palestine teams in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, we are starting to think about how we might develop our partnership and offer the Distance Learning Programme again... Read on

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