Moving Music

Moving Music which has been running concerts since 2007 was brought under the Sound Resource banner in May 2019. For more information follow the link

BBC Radio Oxford paid a visit to our Singing for Fun group at The Clockhouse where they were welcomed with a wonderful round of singing. Shared stories, shared music and of course shared humour; listen to the 8 minute clip here:

The Singing For Fun group at The Clockhouse were delighted to receive a visit from The Duchess Of Cornwall on 16th May 2017, where they welcomed her with a fantastic singing performance led by Janet Stansfeld the singing group’s leader. You can watch the video below:

Sister group starts up in Sao Paulo

A previous member who attended the Ark T singing group whilst on a research trip in the UK was so inspired by the work that she returned to Sao Paulo and has set up her very own singing group, closely based on the methods and principles here at Sound Resource. Marta will be starting her class at the end of March and is being supported by Sound Resource UK.

Singing for Fun Wood Farm group has moved!

Our popular singing group held on alternate Tuesdays previously at Bullingdon Community Centre has now been relocated to St Francis Church, just down the road. The group will be held from 2.30-3.30pm on 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month instead of the original 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. Details of the group can be found via this link:

Previous events


Liz Hodgson and some members of Singing for Better Breathing took part in BREATHe, a specially commissioned piece of music theatre by Orlando Gough.

The Breath Project was developed by artlink in conjunction with Oxford Contemporary Music and the Sound Resource project Singing for Better Breathing, Oxford Aspire and Oxford University Humanities department. It was supported by ORH Charitable Funds, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, The Radcliffe Trust, a Wellcome Trust Arts Award and Arts Council England.
For further details see artlink’s website