I Speak Music always welcomes new members.
Here are just a few of the participants who come along to create and enjoy music.
Since arriving in the UK from Syria a few years ago Rami has settled into his new home with his family.
Rami tours the UK with songwriter and musician Anna Neale, fusing popular Arabic and Western music.
Farhang is a Tombak player from Isfahan, Iran. After he graduated from music school, he began teaching others how to play the Tombak at private academies, as well as performing in Iran.
"I like being part of a music culture and am inspired by the music leaders. I like the community of people in the orchestra and love to hear others play and explore new music."
Instrument: Oud and piano
“I am programme manager for Big Leaf Foundation, which is a charity supporting displaced young people from all over the world. I also love music; hearing it, playing it and collecting musical instruments from all over the world."
Elena's music has gained airplay
on local and national radio and TV shows. "I am constantly striving to spread empowering and positive messages through my music."
Instrument: Singer and songwriter
"I work in Property Maintenance.
I like to be in ISM because through the one language of music we achieve friendship & harmony, despite our differences in our backgrounds or cultures."
"I'm from Nicaragua and am a very sociable person and love travelling. I enjoy being part of ISM as it has given me my first experience of being part of a music group and it also enables me to meet other people."
"I joined ISM when I heard they needed some singers. I’ve always loved music and have sung with various choirs. ISM truly is a family where we all speak one common language - music - and I feel honoured to be a part of it."
"I'm Sindy and I play the harp
I love ISM it's close to my heart
Friendly setting not too harsh
Diverse people and you can take part."