The Wimbledon Foundation have used their support of the World Heart Beat Music Academy as their flagship project.
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Thanks to the Wandsworth Arts Grant we will hold a series of workshops leading to a concert on the 12th May.
Awards for All is supporting our Celtic Fiddle programme and violin learning at World Heart Beat.
The Arts Council England are supporting our work through this major programme – The Cascade Talent Development programme.
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We are very grateful to the Wandsworth Community Fund for giving us the chance to offer 5 hours of tuition time so that children who would never have a chance to play can. Find out more at www.londoncf.org.uk »
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Established in 1957, The Recording Academy is an organization of musicians, producers, engineers and recording professionals that is dedicated to improving the cultural condition and quality of life for music and its makers.
The GRAMMY Foundation was established in 1989 to cultivate the understanding, appreciation and advancement of the contribution of recorded music to American culture.
Our World Heart Beat young clarinettists, flutes and saxophone musicians spread happiness in Waitrose.
We really wanted give very young children a way to learn musical instruments so we are grateful to the Big Society fund for allowing us to purchase 10 fiddles so that we start Celtic fiddle playing in the academy, initially for 5-8 year olds. Find out more at www.bigsocietyfunding.org »
With this funding we will offer children and young people to learn Balkan music.
Our Gratitude to Help a Capital Child – with this support 10 children are able to learn to play an instrument through our 51st State Band programme. The World Heart Beat Music Academy is extremely grateful to Help a capital child funding because music and learning an instrument fills the holes in children’s lives in […]
Wandsworth Museum and World Heart Beat – Paintings of love Exhibition 7th May 2014 inspired by Nelson Mandela
Thank you very much for this funding. We are immensely grateful.
I want to create an Academy that gets to the heart and power of Jazz through its roots and history. The infectious rhythm, melody and invention inspires in an environment of cooperation and encouragement. The Academy’s mission is to be true to this great music” – Julian Joseph
Sandblast Arts create platforms to promote Saharawi arts and culture and undertaken projects in the refugee camps to strengthen artistic expression.
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