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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”.
Gucci Timepieces has been designing, developing and manufacturing iconic Gucci watches since the early 1970s.
World Heart Beat Music Academy and Seymour Green Estate Agents presented a Celtic Fiddle and Tabla concert. This concert featured a blend of traditional instruments from the repertoire of both Celtic and Indian music, resulting in a beautiful sound. (more…)
Leah Wing started playing flute when she was 9 years old, and took grades 1-8 in only 3 years. She is now preparing to take her Performance Diploma. (more…)
These awards are an initiative of Gucci Timepieces and Jewellery to acknowledge the extra qualities and support that their scholars bring to the World Heart Beat Music Academy. (more…)
In January, seven of our Gucci Timepieces and Jewellery scholars flew out to Rome to perform with Italian composer, Maestro Nicola Piovani, who has written scores for over 130 films. (more…)
The 2015 GUCCI Timepieces & Jewellery Scholars… (more…)
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We would like to warmly invite you to what is going to be an amazing Brazilian music concert at the World Heart Beat Music Academy on Friday 20th of March at 7:30pm. This will feature our Brazilian residents musicians Almir Pessoa, Cibele Palopoli, and Pepe Barcellos. The World Heart Music Beat Academy has formed a […]
The 2014 GUCCI Timepieces & Jewellery Scholars
Emile Sande, Jo Whiley and Neil Portnow, Director of The Recording Academy with the students of the World Heart Beat Music Academy
Through our partnership with Gucci Timepieces & Jewellery, two of our Gucci scholars were given the fantastic opportunity to attend GRAMMY Camp in LA. This year, Jordan and Renato flew out to LA on an all-expenses paid trip to meet some of the best in the business and earn some truly valuable experience.
The momentum, energy and freshness at World Heart Beat Music Academy is totally unstoppable!
“It was a great pleasure for me, to hear your talented and highly motivated pupils.” – D. Hill Trinity Guildhall examiner
The Wandsworth Museum and The World Heart Beat Music Academy invite you to the opening: Wednesday 7th May 2014, 1.30 – 2.30pm. Opened by Antoinette Haselhorst.
The Jack Petchey Foundation is a young, progressive grant making Trust based in Ilford Essex. The award includes money to be spent on equipment and instruments, workshops and masterclasses, or going to concerts and shows.
“Thank you once again for the great performance and fantastic music experience you and your students made possible for all of our guests!” – Riccardo, Marketing & Communication Manager GUCCI Timepieces & Jewelry
Written for the residents of Battersea, Balham, Clapham and Wandsworth. March 2014, Issue 13.