‘Notes of Joy’ – therapeutic musical activities
Enjoy a fun session of music with Manny! He plays violin, piano and guitar for one to one sessions, in person and online, brings people together for socialising in groups. You’ll be smiling and singing away while learning new skills and making new friends.
We’re a small family business using music to create therapeutic musical and dance activities tailored for individuals and groups. Everyone loves spending time with Manny and it will become the highlight of your week.
We aim to entertain, encourage connections and promote wellbeing. Our passion is spreading the joy of music, whether you have done music before or not. Sessions are either performance based or tailored to be interactive, depending on the needs and abilities of the group or individual.
As services reopen we’re ready to adapt to the needs of our wonderful groups. In a time of social distancing what could be closer to a hug than the joy of music? See the video for how we’ve kept busy in lockdown. We’ve missed you!
Hello Everybody! Notes of Joy is still in business and we are now taking bookings again. Please enjoy our isolation presentation and get in touch to see how we can help. Online entertainment sessions are also available for those still in quarentine.Now, hush the crowd, dim the lights and enjoy our video……………
Posted by Notes of Joy on Saturday, 27 June 2020
Last Updated: 22nd February, 2022
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