Me, Myself, Us!

Over the last few weeks we’ve been working with The Cherry Trees boys school in Bow delivering fun and engaging creative sessions including drumming, singing, songwriting, live electronics, improvising and puppets! Opening in 1997, the school works with primary school pupils who have behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. Spitalfields Music has been presenting musical activities…

At the Cherry Trees

For a number of years we have been working with The Cherry Trees School in Bow and its extraordinary pupils, who experience emotional and behavioural difficulties. Workshop leader Roshi Nasehi reflects on their most recent work with us. I’m writing this blog on the tail end of an intense, varied and extremely rewarding few months…

Cherry Trees Performance!

Cherry Trees School and Spitalfields Music have been working in partnership for over 10 years, of which for the last four I have been lucky enough to be part of the team of workshop leaders and apprentices delivering the project. My colleague Zoe Palmer commented to me that “…Cherry Trees reminded me why I love this…

What does Spitalfields Music mean to you?

During this year’s Summer Festival we asked members of our audience, the local community and others with close links to us, what Spitalfields Music meant to them. Here’s a little of what came back: [video by Andy Weir] See more videos about and by Spitalfields Music on our YouTube channel!