Key Changes launched the world’s first record label dedicated to releasing material from artists affected by mental health problems.
Key Changes Records offers a music…Read more
We were thrilled to be invited to perform at City Hall for the London Health Board Conference with an illustrious audience of leaders including the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, NHS Chief Executive Simon…Read more
Our Young Music Leaders in-house volunteer programme provides vocationally focused training and work experience opportunities for music producers and artists who are using mental health services.
Volunteers provide support with our concerts and events, artist…Read more
Key Changes Veterans Music Club is a programme of recovery-focused music activities for former members of the Armed Forces who are experiencing mental health problems. The programme provides tailored one-to-one songwriting, production and recording…Read more
Each year our music industry mentors provide 4,000 songwriting, beatmaking, production and recording sessions on the wards for over 2,500 children, young people and adults in acute, intensive care, forensic and rehabilitation in-patient treatment….Read more
Key Changes are collaborating with researchers from UCL and KCL to run ‘Mics and Minds’ an exciting research and music project.
We know from experience how much…Read more
The welcome return of our friendly, inclusive open mic night at St Lukes Community Centre in the heart of London’s Clerkenwell district. Musicians, singers, MC’s, comedians…Read more