Music24 aims to offer those who are most socially isolated and vulnerable in our society the opportunity to engage in their local community in a creative and non-judgmental environment. They feel accepted and a part of a thriving creative community that lends support to working out shared solutions to reduce their sense of loneliness and isolation. 

Co-founders, Graeme Davis and Teela Hughes, established Music24 in April 2014. Initially Music24 offered new and innovative pilot projects that focused on adults with learning disabilities and young onset dementia. This was seed-funded by Luton Borough Council (LBC). The initial work has led to Music24 developing a ‘community music therapy’ formula that is so popular in their sessions today and something they continue to nurture as time moves on and as they adapt it to working with new groups.

The seed of Music24 was planted when establishing local creative community music group, First Note, in partnership with LBC (with New Horizon’s Tom Laurence & Chris Brandom and volunteer support). This group has been running strong since January 2011 and adopts a co-production structure, a model Graeme and Teela have always championed.

Music24 now aim to provide new groups with a similar supported co-production structure, putting the participants firmly in the driving seat. We want to inspire and empower people to take charge of their own well-being, thus improving resilience amongst our community. 



Graeme Davis

Director // Music Therapist

Teela Hughes

Director // Lead Facilitator

Grant O'sullivan

Non-Executive Director


Alex Paul

Music Therapist


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Jon Dainty

Musician Therapist


Colin Boyd

Community Musician


Ashley Knight

Community Musician

behind the scenes

Our Volunteers & Supporters

A huge thank you also goes to Adam Qureshi, Paul Hughes, Tasha Rowe, Antonia Gonzalez, Simon Buller, Dawn Knight, Kieran O'Brien, Zaqia Mehmood, Christine Clavey, Jen Considine, Olivia Harris, Archie McDonald, Jeff Solomons, Dr. Julia Renton, Barbara Dyer, Ann Archer and Michael Gilmartin for their ongoing support.