Epiphany enjoyed performing an hour-long programme of classical and improvised music in Chester Cathedral on 14th October as part of a modern day slavery exhibition. Click to watch a highlights video from this concert.Read More
Epiphany is often involved in community events, including classical concerts and Sound Portraits for businesses, drop-in centres, churches, care homes or day centres, hospitals and hospices, coffee shops and pubs, in arcades and on the streets - as well as private functions.
Towards the end of 2015 we spent a weekend playing Sound Portraits for members of the community in Newton Heath (E. Manchester). In the first 2 months of 2016 we played for staff and residents of Betel Manchester (recovering alcoholics and drug addicts) and also for asylum seekers who are clients of Boaz Trust in Manchester.
In Oct and Nov 2018 we played in care homes, hospices, prisons and in local communities in Hong Kong and Vietnam, all of which were enthusiastically received.
In 2019 we have partnered with a number of Charities working with the homeless, vulnerable women, people with physical or learning difficulties, refugees and asylum seekers, including with 'Off the Fence' homeless charity in Brighton and a café for asylum seekers and refugees in Hastings.
Feel free to contact us if you'd like to discuss any possibilities for Epiphany coming to your local community.
Some of our previous projects
Epiphany, joined by a number of other musicians, enjoyed spending a day in Bristol on 25th January playing Sound Portraits and other improvisations.
Bristol Sound Portraits
Epiphany enjoyed playing in and around Bristol over 3 days in early January, including in The Galleries shopping centre, in a backpackers hostel and a care home for the elderly - as well as putting on an improvisation training session for musicians.
Epiphany were privileged to have the opportunity to play Sound Portraits for refugees & asylum seekers in Eastbourne on 22nd and 23rd November. The invitation was from friends working for an organisation called Networx based in Eastbourne. It was also great to work with several artists, including the very talented Faith Heath.Read More
Epiphany spent a day in Basingstoke offering Sound Portraits and an evening improvised 'Happening' event - as part of the 2019 Basingstoke Festival 'Art in unusual places'.
Epiphany played Sound Portraits at a 'Westfest' event in West Molesey, Surrey on 22nd June.
Epiphany enjoyed an inspiring weekend in the beautiful village of Childswickham (in the Cotswolds) on 15th & 16th June 2019 playing Sound Portraits and giving a light classical concert.
Epiphany had a wonderful few days playing Sound Portraits and other improvisations at Ashburnham Place in E. Sussex - including an evening event in the Walled Garden at Ashburnham as well as taking teaching sessions for 'Catalyst' students there. We then spent a couple of days in Eastbourne playing on the top of Beachy Head and then putting on a 'Happening' and another event in Eastbourne (both including Sound Portraits) on the Fri eve and Sat morning.Read More
Epiphany had a wonderful time in Vietnam collaborating with the talented young Vietnamese pianist, Trang Trinh. This visit took years of planning and involved some exciting concerts in Hanoi including a new piece, specially written by composer Peter Richards for Trang and Epiphany featuring Vietnamese folk tunes. We also offered Sound Portraits at several of the events.Read More
Around 20 musicians from Epiphany and the Musicians Network visited Hong Kong for the 3rd year in a row working alongside Jackie Pullinger and her team. We were involved in outreach on the streets, in hospices, care homes and prisons as well as working alongside local Hong Kong musicians and offering Sound Portraits.Read More
Epiphany gave a light classical concert in Great Gransden (Cambs) on 2nd July evening and then played in an arcade, the streets and a pub in Peterborough town centre on 3rd July.Read More
In February 2016 Epiphany played Sound Portraits for a number of destitue asylum seekers who clients of the Boaz Trust in ManchesterRead More