The OHMI Trust

Music-Making for People with Physical Disabilities.

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The OHMI Trust’s objective is to remove the barriers to music-making faced by physically disabled people. Other than the previous winners of the OHMI competition there are virtually no orchestral instruments that can be played without two fully functioning hands and arms.  This denies unlimited participation in musical life to millions, including those with congenital disabilities and amputees as well as those who may have been injured, suffered a stroke or developed arthritis. The primary obstacle is the absence of suitable instruments.

The OHMI hope that the information contained on their website will be a useful information point for musicians, students and anybody interested in instruments for disabled people.
The resource pages detail instruments and instrument makers with experience in adaptations, disabled musicians and relevant organisations.

OHMI encourage people to help the database grow by connecting them with musicians and instrument makers who are challenging the barriers to music-making faced by  disabled people.



16 Little Sutton Road
16 Little Sutton Road
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands
B75 6QW
United Kingdom

Phone: +447849726309

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