We can come to you!

We have been running socially-distanced music well-being sessions for isolated people and carers on doorsteps, in gardens and in safe, appropriate spaces.

Good news! We have funding to offer these sessions free to isolated people and carers in Lewes District and Brighton and Hove.

If you are interested in booking a music and well-being visit from us please email here: mailto:keith@movingsounds.org

If you don’t have email feel free to call on: (07813) 027345


If we can’t visit you you can enjoy these videos and audio:

This is a twenty minute deep relaxation made especially for carers wherever you are, at home in a domestic setting, caring for loved ones, or a member of staff working in a care home.
We thank you so much for the wonderful work that you do and may you give deeply to yourself with this precious 20 minute gift.

Here’s a quick whistlestop tour of the gigs!


We have received generous funding from the Sussex Community Foundation Crisis Fund Awards for All to make these videos as we have not been able to come and play and facilitate music in person. We hope you enjoy them and that they make your experience of this time easier.

To get the most out of these videos find a time and place where you can get involved. Sing along, move, breathe and watch with family or carers too.

Oh, and a note to family and carers. These videos are for you too! We know you work hard, so if possible take some time to enjoy, de-stress, connect in a fun way with yourself and those you care for.

Here’s a taster of something we can all try, using rhythm to support those living with dementia. Thanks to Awards for All for funding this project.
Mike Potter and Keith Ellis play some of their favourite, all time classic songs. With words so you can sing along!
Music and Movement by the River Gambia with Ed and Bamba.
Gentle movement and breathing exercises in nature with Slothie and Lex.
A soothing guided relaxation accompanied by music and images of nature by Lex and Gani.
Some favourite songs on the clarinet from Keith Ellis

Many thanks to the funders of these projects!

And more thanks to the groups we worked with. Know Dementia, The Hop 50+ cafe, The Bevy, Claydon House, Lime Tree House, The Migrant English Project, Enthum House and all the individual participants and carers!

See you soon!