Harmony Works Welcomes Two New Partners

We are thrilled to welcome Concerteenies and The Choir With No Name as new partners of Harmony Works.

Concerteenies produces high-quality, relaxed musical experiences for 0-7 year olds and their adults.

The Choir with No Name runs choirs and builds joyful singing communities with homeless and marginalised people around the UK. Their activities will also support Sheffield as the UK’s first City of Sanctuary (For more information click here).

We are delighted to be collaborating with two organisations who are doing such incredible work to include and engage communities through music-making. We can’t wait to work with them as Harmony Works continues to grow and evolve.

Polly Ives, Founder and CEO of Concerteenies, said: “Concerteenies is absolutely delighted to become an official partner of Harmony Works. A new vibrant and central space will help us to promote music for the very young (0-7s) and their grown-ups and lay the foundations for a lifetime of meaningful creative opportunities.”

Kate Wareham, CEO of The Choir With No Name, said: “The Choir with No Name are delighted to be joining as a Harmony Works partner and we are excited about making Harmony Works our home. There is huge potential in the Harmony Works building for encouraging collaborative working in the music-making eco-system in Sheffield, We are keen to add to that eco-system as we begin to put into place our plans to bring a choir, created with people with experience of homelessness, to Sheffield to join our six choirs around the UK.”


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