When Musical Keys’ Fundraiser, Alison Cooper, discussed the idea of a Sky Dive to raise money for the charity, her husband volunteered. Seeing the difference the charity makes to the lives of people living with disability and additional needs, since Alison joined the organisation, Lee Cooper wanted to do his bit to help with fundraising

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Musical Keys is seeking new members for our Board of Trustees, to help us build on nearly three decades of work in Norfolk enabling people with additional needs to access music and the arts. Musical Keys is a Norwich based charity providing a service to people of all ages with disabilities and/or additional needs across

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Musical Keys’ long-standing CEO, Sallie Eastick MBE retired at the end of May. Sallie was instrumental in founding the charity back in 1990 when she found, along with other parents of children with disabilities, that her son George benefited hugely from the use of music and movement. There was an excellent turnout for Sallie’s retirement

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As part of Make Music Day we have produced a version of Terry Riley’s minimal masterpiece ‘In C’. Recorded over a period of weeks and including a contribution from dozens of participants from TWELVE of our groups and projects, this is the biggest piece of ensemble music we’ve ever made 🙂 ‘In C’ is designed to

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Inspired by our work and his experience of delivering MK workshops, Chris had an idea to write a piece of music using material gathered from groups and projects from the four corners of our work. Through structured activities Chris worked with participants to create the music, structure, lyrics and instrumentation. The melody of the song is

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Thanks to our recent grant from Global’s Make Some Noise and support in-kind from NANSA, we are able to extend our offer at our popular Early Years Monday Group at NANSA’s Family Centre, 33 Woodcock Road, Norwich. As well as the first session from 9.45 – 10.45 for babies and toddlers, we can now offer a second session

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We’ve updated our strapline; We are ‘Specialists in Disability and Creativity’. Our outgoing CEO, Sallie says ‘The new strapline better captures exactly what we do and who we are’.

Earlier in April we were well and truly blown away to receive a cheque for £79000 from Global’s Make Some Noise – we are very grateful for their support and for the all the hard work from the lovely team at Heart East Anglia. We’re also extremely grateful to all the listeners that have donated or participated in

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We are delighted to announce that Ed Maxfield has been appointed as the new CEO of Musical Keys. Ed will join the team at the beginning of April for a period of hand over with our current CEO, Sallie Eastick. Ed first moved to Norfolk when he was 18 years old and he has lived

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Exciting opportunity for a Chief Executive Officer to lead a long established Norfolk charity with a small and aspirational team, making a difference to those living with disability and additional needs. As we announced earlier this year, Musical Keys’ co-founder and dedicated Chief Executive, Sallie Eastick MBE, is retiring in Spring 2018, and we are

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