Both Roshi and Graham are very active and committed music workshop leaders, strongly believing that opportunities to make music have the power to transform people's lives. Over the last fifteen years Roshi has worked on many high profile participatory arts projects for children in mainstream and non-mainstream environments, with young people, people with special needs, the elderly and refugees on behalf of organisations such as Sing Up, The BBC Symphony Orchestra and Kith and Kids.

She has presented at several conferences (including Cambridge University CIAN conference in October 2013). She is an associate artist for Sound Connections and one of several expert members of their Music Making in Challenging Circumstances network. She has worked as a visiting tutor at Goldsmiths University’s PACE and STACS (Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies) departments since 2009.

Roshi has extensive experience of delivering:
-Singing and songwriting across a range styles and exploring different themes
-Rhythm and song from different parts of the world
-Sensory songs for people with special education needs 
-Reminiscence songs for elders
-INSET and training 

Roshi is a soundsense member
and through this has public liability Insurance. She has enhanced clearance from the CRB and regularly undertakes CPD training. 
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Roshi leading a session at Kith and Kids 
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