One of our Gucci Timepieces and Jewellery scholars, Renato Paris, is now performing in the West End in “What’s It All About? Burt Bacharach Reamagined”.
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The Foyle Foundation gave us a grant towards our project to provide free instruments and music tuition for 70 disadvantaged young people.
The John Lewis Partnership have contributed towards our violin programme.
Youth Music have provided funding towards our new Early Years Music programme.
The Arnold Bentley New Initiatives Fund have provided funding towards our new Early Years Music programme.
Our students applied to the Youth Opportunity Fund for a grant to run a series of Songwriting Masterclasses.
The Thomas’s Schools Foundation gave us a grant for scholarships to enable children to learn an instrument in the 51st State Band.
On Sunday 16th August, 10 World Heart Beat students performed a fantastic varied programme at the Cicada Road Street Party. Thanks to the sponsors of this event, Knight Frank and Sharky & George, and to Event Hire Professionals for providing the stage. We really enjoyed the atmosphere and look forward to many more street parties […]
The relaxed, playful and musically-rich environment at these classes creates opportunities for babies, infants and toddlers to observe, explore, engage and process in their own ways.
The Jack Petchey 15th Anniversary Grant has enabled us to purchase our own radio studio.
The Santander Foundation have contributed towards our project to provide music tuition for 70 disadvantaged children and young people.
We have received a grant from the Allergan International foundation to build a state of the art recording studio at World Heart Beat Music Academy.
The Stardust People Choir is proud to be sponsored by The Domino Recording Company. This is a truly unique choir with inventive grooves, improvisation and totally original material. The Stardust People Choir is open to all ages and abilities. The Domino Recording Company was founded in Putney, South West London by Laurence Bell in 1993. The label’s start-up […]
On 15th July, our students showcased their talents in one of the UK’s most established jazz clubs, sharing the stage with the best jazz Trio in the country. (more…)
Our students were invited to perform at the Summer Gala at Kensington Palace in the presence of His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent and Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent in aid of the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection. (more…)
We are immensely grateful to Zildjian Cymbals for their generous donation of this fantastic set of 2XT cymbals. This will make a huge difference to the quality of sound for our concerts and we are looking forward to testing them out! Avedis Zildjian I (the first) was an Armenian alchemist in the city of Constantinople in the early […]
We are immensely grateful to Liberty Drums for their generous donation of this fantastic custom-built Liberty drum kit. This will enable us to offer drum lessons to more young people which are becoming increasingly popular at World Heart Beat Music Academy. You don’t have to look too hard to discover that the modern drum market […]
Our sincerest and deepest thanks to Marco and all those at Markbass for sending us these beautiful Mark Bass Amps. (more…)
These concerts feature a blend of traditional instruments from the repertoire of both Celtic and Indian music, resulting in a beautiful sound. Our upcoming concert will be on Wednesday 5th of July 2017, at 6pm, at World Heart Beat Music Academy.
World Heart Beat Music Academy hosted the United Society of Writers for the launch of their contemporary poetry anthology Happiness: The Delight-Tree. The evening featured readings from the poets themselves, as well as performances from World Heart Beat Music Academy students and the Russian group Infinity’s Sky. (more…)