The Irene Taylor Trust has been inspiring people through its ‘Music in Prisons’ projects since 1995; in 2012 it extended this work ‘through-the-gate’ into the community with the ‘Sounding Out’ programme for former prisoner musicians, and ‘Making Tracks’, an initiative for young people experiencing challenging circumstances.

The resulting original music gives a unique insight into the lives of people who are often marginalised and undervalued; they have important stories to tell, experiences and talent that audiences need to hear and see.

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Looking forward to be able to pass on the skills I have learnt
Sounding Out’ former prisoner trainee Support Musician
I worked with amazing, talented people that made my writing easy and brought out my creativity
young artist on ‘Making Tracks’
I was sceptical at first but I’m glad I gave it a chance because it was one of the best things I’ve done in my life
young artist on ‘Making Tracks’

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