On June 23rd 2021, Spirit of 2012 hosted a virtual summit to share practical guidance on how to design and implement music programmes which improve wellbeing and reduce loneliness for unpaid female carers
Beat Syndicate was part of the Carers’ Music Fund, giving female carers across the UK opportunities for creative expression through music-making.
The project in numbers
Led by Noise Solution, Beat Syndicate was a digital music project for young carers in Suffolk, exploring the impact of both one-to-one music mentoring and collective music making.
Beat Syndicate delivered one-to-one music production tuition as well as music sessions in group settings, producing fantastic results from both.
The project showed incredible wellbeing improvements, and explored the positive impact that music can have on individuals and groups.
Through these partnerships, the project delivered music-related activities which culminated in unique performances by carers of all ages.
- Give female carers the opportunity for creative expression through music-making.
- Examine the effect of participatory music projects on the wellbeing of carers.
- Increase wellbeing and reduce loneliness for female carers.