It is our great pleasure to perform at the Music for Liberia charity concert again this year. Book your tickets now and support this wonderful cause. Proceeds will go towards Mother Blessings home in Liberia and a newly established scholarship fund.
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World Heart Beat Music Academy would like to warmly invite you to our upcoming concert at Putney Arts Theatre on Friday 17th November
From 28th July to 1st August World Heart Beat were proud to host top Argentinian Tango artist, Blas Rivera, who lead our very first Summer School, featuring a performance at 606 Club.
On Monday the 26th of June, at 7pm, Trevor Watkis, Tony Kofi, and Byron Wallen, hosted an evening celebrating World Heart Beat’s passion for Jazz. Our fantastic Jazz students showcased their talents across a varied programme.
Since the success of our first Piano Party in 2013 we have made the event an annual occasion. Each party celebrates the excellence and hard work of our piano students, with performances featuring their favourite pieces and original compositions.
Sunday 14th May: Listen to a group of outstanding young musicians playing some of the most celebrated classical music including excerpts from Shostakovitch’s jazz suite, Strauss’ waltzes as well as some rarely performed moments from films, such as Toy Story and Monsters Inc.
Join us for an afternoon of free taster sessions and live music performances! There will be workshops available for children aged 5-12 (violin, clarinet, flute, saxophone, trumpet, tabla and guitar) Taking place at our Music Academy 58 Kimber Road SW18 4PP on Saturday 29th April 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
World Heart Beat Music Academy students now have a performance slot on the last Sunday of every month at Chelsea Theatre, sponsored by 606 Club. Come along for a relaxing evening of wonderful jazz music from London’s most exciting young jazz musicians. Music starts at 6:45pm.
World Heart Beat students have been invited to perform in Verdi – Italian Kitchen at the Royal Albert Hall as part of their Free Friday Music Programme. Friday October 28th | Free entry | Doors 11:30am | Table booking is advised.
House Gospel Choir (HGC) are famous for delivering a live show that’s epic in every sense of the word. The choir brings together outstanding singers, all passionate about music and performance and dedicated to giving a great show.
Thanks to the generosity of the 606 Club and Julian Joseph Trio, we were able to hold a fantastic fundraising Jazz concert on 4th July.
“The music was quite simply brilliant and provided a great ambiance for the day. People were captivated yet again. The World Heart Beat Music Academy is a huge part of the Cicada Road Street Party.”
World Heart Beat student performed a stunning classical flute set for the Worshipful Company of Fanmaker’s exclusive annual dinner.
Students supporting and mentoring each other is part of the parcel of World Heart Beat culture. Come along to our upcoming 2017 party on the 30th of June! Our Guitar Party events were originally started by one of our students, Milda, in 2016, and the tradition has been passed on.
Recently, our young musicians were invited to perform at the Century Club in Soho to celebrate Cascade PR’s 5th Anniversary.
On 25th February 2016 , our young talented musicians were invited to perform at the Emirates Stadium for the Passion Project Gala Dinner
World Heart Beat students recently performed a truly beautiful lunchtime jazz concert at the home of the UK’s most famous stage, the Royal Albert Hall.
World Heart Beat students play at Joe Macari Performance Cars for a Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce event.
We are excited to welcome Ôctôctô, who will be offering a very special Brazilian Music masterclass followed by a concert. Ôctôctô includes the flautist, Cibele Palopoli, who we were thrilled to have at the Academy for the Brazilian Music and Culture Exchange Programme earlier this year.
Join us for a concert with celebratory vibe, rhythmic grooves and strong beats. Featuring talented young musicians from the World Heart Beat Music Academy, and directed by jazz pianist and composer, Trevor Watkis.