Music On My Mind

Workshops that focus on the link between music and mental health

HFEH Mind X Roland X Metropolis

Music On My Mind

Music on My Mind is our new partnership with world-leading electronic music instrument brand, Roland, and legendary music studio, Metropolis.

This project welcomes artists and music industry experts to Roland’s Artist Centre at Metropolis, where they’ll host a series of practical music workshops for young people (ages 16-25) from across our boroughs.

The connection between mental health and music has never been more pertinent, and open, honest communication on these topics from influential names in the industry provides positive action for the next generation.

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For young people aged 16-25.

This event has been postponed till further notice, we will provide an update as soon as we can

About the partnership

The joint music and mental health partnership will support young people’s mental health through music, enabling those from every background to explore music as a means of self-expression, to build their confidence and self-esteem, to learn new skills, and excel in what they are passionate about.

The project provides early intervention for positive mental health and well-being for children and young people, while also promoting careers in music and creative industries.

Music on My Mind celebrated its inception in August with an event showcasing topics from drumming, to maintaining physical health, to the creation of community through music, and was hosted by a special panel of artists and professionals including:

Pauli Lovejoy – Musical Director/Drummer/Producer

Janet Devlin – Singer/Songwriter

Charlie Dark – DJ/Producer

Anna B Savage – Singer/Songwriter

Roslyn Adonteng – Singer/Mind practitioner

Jacques Jenkins – Point Blank Lecturer/Studio Engineer

Professor Marcus Smith – Clem Burke Project Co-founder

Juls – Producer and Musician 

Music and Mental Health Workshops

Events are running, and will include appearances from:

P R G R S H N – London-based producer whose credits include Stormzy, Tiana Major, and Wretch 32
Saoirse – DJ/Producer and founder of Body Movement Festival
Joy Anonymous – Community-driven, music duo known for their spontaneous performances on London’s Southbank

Eligibility: Ages 16 – 25

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