In Tune Upcycle Orchestra – Jamie May

Every Friday at Quay Arts we normally have the incredible In Tune Upcycle Orchestra rehearsing in our building.

“The In Tune Upcycle Orchestra – connecting inspirational individuals to the power of music. Our unique and awesome musical project has the great pleasure of being part of the Quay arts community. We have been welcomed with open arms and rehearsing in the theatre on a Friday gives all of the participants a chance to shine!!

As we adapt to the situation we are all in at the moment we thought that it would be a nice idea to introduce you to not only our project but the inspirational individuals that are part of the band.

To put a smile on your face and maybe a little lump in your throat we decided that today we would post a Video of the incredible Jamie May. She is one of the most inspirational people you will ever meet and despite what life throws at her she faces it head on with a smile on her face!! key What makes this performance from Jamie May amazing is that she finds it very difficult to talk and uses an eye gaze system to communicate. However when you put a microphone in front of her she just comes to life!! With the very apt “Friday I’m in love” please enjoy Jamie’s performance!!” – Darren Price – In Tune Upcycle Orchestra Facilitator

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