Dancing Giraffe Concert - Jakob Deist and the Music Man Project

Dancing Giraffe

Dancing Giraffe CIC (www.dancinggiraffe.com) is a not for profit Community Interest Company.  It is a website that connects disabled people  and their care networks to accessible information and links them to vital community resources that disabled people may find difficult to get to. Dancing Giraffe are required to put a minimum of 35% net profit back into local community projects.  To do this they will be raising funds from this concert. 


The evening will start with the Music Man Project with musical director, David Stanley, leading his talented team of musicians and players who will sing and play their musical instruments for us.  These people have may have disabilities but the important thing is that they have ability.  They have performed at several major events and it is a privilege to have them playing at the Chelmsford Cramphorn Studio. 


The evening will be finish with Jakob Deist, a very talented young musician who sings and plays a guitar.  His music is a mixture of Indie/Folk/Pop and you are sure to enjoy this young man’s talent.  He is a James Morrison sing a like!


Tickets have now been discounted from £15.00 to £7.50!


The Music Man Project

“The Music Man Project” is the only full time music service specifically for children and adults with a learning disability, difficulty or special educational need in the country. It currently comprises of a weekly Saturday music school (established in 2000), daily adult classes, a special school music hub supporting children in schools, free online teaching and learning resources, and direct teaching, training and consultancy for schools, colleges and care homes. The students follow a bespoke program of study with original music and resources and can obtain a Bronze or Silver Arts Award. 


Jakob Deist

Jakob Deist is the frontman from the newly buzzed band Calgary. His solo sound is a unique blend of Indie/Folk/Pop. Jakob has performed at The Natural History Museum, across the UK and back home in his native South Africa.  



Ticket Price

Tickets: £7.50
A £1.50 fee is applicable per transaction, except for cash and debit card payments made in person and by telephone


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