In 2014 the Horsham District Live Music Alliance (HDLMA) agreed to make funding avalable for community music projects
Provides a range of programmes for music workshops
Upgraded the recording facilities and capacity of QM Studios
Our priorities focused primarily on:
People with disabilities
People with mental health issues
Click here to see our
community music outreach report.
Meet The Community Team
Adam is a free-lance community musician, music leader and percussionist. He specialises in devising and delivering accessible and inclusive workshops with a particular focus on people with learning disabilities and mental health issues. He is an experienced kit drummer and plays in several bands including the Rock Dogs. He is the creative force and facilitator behind the local learning disabled band The Coasters and is also the Mestre (director) of the South's only integrated Samba band Boom Tribe.
Jodie is a singer songwriter who fronts several local bands whilst running her own events company, Manic Mundays. She provides a keen spirit to our community sessions with her enthusiasm and guidance through her passion for inclusive music. Jodie has been involved here at QM since a young age and we are pleased to see her uncompromising devotion to the local live music scene. Manic Mundays is a valued partner of QM Studios, it provides opportunities and serves as a perform for young people who are involved in our projects.
Jack is a local musician, producer and engineer, with a degree in Commercial Music from Bath Spa University. With experience in a variety of bands from grunge to reggae and producing his own take on synth pop as the artist Ink Pix. His vast skills have been invaluable here at QM and he has adapted well to working with the wide range of abilities that frequent the studios. Jack has become a familiar face with groups such as The Butterfly Project and The Strawford Centre and looks forward to working with many more.