April 4, 2017

In link below, you can find some of our recordings that we did in prison. :)

https://soundcloud.com/findingrhythms/sets/hmp-thameside-trinity-college-of-music

March 9, 2017

The fifth day was the end of a huge project. We just rehearsed the programme and we transformed the chapel into a music venue. 

They offered us a buffet at around 12 and after that some visitors started coming in. When they unlocked the people from the prison, arou...

March 9, 2017

The process of recording had finished. Only some parts were about to be recorded mainly for experiment. The first three days we were trying to form groups always with different people. Every group was creating something new or developping something already existed. Aft...

March 9, 2017

It is 8.15 in the morning and once again we leave all the electronic devices outside and we pass the check. As soon as we get into the chapel we start discussing the daily plan. We already had enough ideas/songs and we had to record them and find out how we are going t...

March 9, 2017

Tuesday, the second day of the project.

We all gathered in the entrance at 8.15, we left our phones in the lockers we passed the check and we went directly to the chapel to start again. I have to say that almost all the day without the phone in my pocket or my hands was...

March 9, 2017

This is a Colab project that took place in a prison in London, with a group of students from Trinity Laban Coservatoire of Music and Dance and the organization ''Finding rhythms''. The aim of this post (and of the following four also) is to illustrate our work and cola...

February 6, 2016

This post is about to demonstrate the daily work of our group called “Physicalais”, which we created in the Colab project in Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. The name comes from the words Physical and Calais which is a city in North France where  immigra...

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