Help us bring music to life for people with disabilities
We love our Inclusive Choir and the impact it has on members. That’s why we’re excited that it will be part of this year’s Big Give #ChristmasCampaign later this month.
If you would like to support the choir and you donate to our campaign between 28th November and 5th December, your one donation could have double the impact.
A recent Birmingham Inclusive Choir session
Music and singing can have a huge impact on a person’s mental and emotional wellbeing, but opportunities to take part in them are not always easy for people with disabilities due to a range of reasons.
Our Birmingham Inclusive Choir, led by experienced Choir Leads, welcomes children and young people under the age of 25 with disabilities. Being part of the Inclusive Choir enables members to enjoy a safe and inclusive place to develop their singing and music making skills, feeling part of a special community where they can develop a personal pride, make friends and share their joy with fellow performers and audiences.
People with disabilities
Isolation & loneliness
The power of music can bring even more joy to people with disabilities, as a way to express themselves.
By supporting our Inclusive Choirs, you will help us reach even more people with disabilities, making a positive difference to their lives.
Birmingham Inclusive Choir was set up in December 2021, working with national charity Soundabout and successfully runs alongside the West Midlands Inclusive Choir.
The choir has continued to grow in popularity, and by nature is open to anyone with disabilities who wants to join, particularly encouraging children and young people with profound and severe learning disabilities, who may not be able to access mainstream singing opportunities.
Want to join the Inclusive Choir – Saturdays at the MAC, Birmingham?
Our Birmingham Inclusive Choir, led by experienced Choir Leads, welcomes children and young people under the age of 25 with disabilities to enjoy a safe and inclusive place to develop their singing and music-making skills, feeling part of a special community where they can develop a personal pride, make friends and share in the fun of singing and music making.
A recent Birmingham Inclusive Choir session showing our staff working one to one with one ofr the choir members