Anna is an artist, musician, and sound designer, Anna uses a range of musical tools across musical styles on projects that have included live improvisation, composition, audio-visual works, installations, interactive art and collaborative projects. Anna believes in the importance of access to creative expression for all, and works with acoustic and digital music, sound making, and multi-media projects in settings including healthcare, education, youth groups, early years, and outreach projects. Anna’s on-going research includes technological facilitation to increase access to creative involvement; creativity and wellbeing; and inclusive approaches to creative making. Qualifications include Certificate in Music Workshop Skills (Goldsmiths) and Masters in Studio Composition (Goldsmiths).
Marina is an established community musician, performing artist and qualified teacher, with passion for promoting wellbeing through participation in music. As a multi-instrumentalist tutor, Marina teaches guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, vocals and music production. Marina led the Music Leader Training programme for Community Music for 4 years. Marina led singing for health groups to support research into the health benefits of community singing by the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health at Canterbury Christ Church University for 3 years. Marina now delivers a diverse range of music projects in community, healthcare and educational settings. Qualifications include Certificate in Music Workshop Skills (Goldsmiths), PTLLS (University of Brighton) and PGCE Post-Compulsory Education (University of Brighton).