Kids Count Awards 2017 Winner of the Member’s of Parliament ‘Inspire the house’ best community group award at the Kids Count Awards. Kids Count are a fantastic national charity who aim to give young people a voice and a brighter future to help young people overcome disadvantages by listening, encouraging and promoting self-help. Each year […]
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We are always looking for young musicians and bands who would like to be considered for our events and workshops. At the moment we are not recruiting for new teachers, but we always welcome CVs. To apply, please email a CV and Cover Letter to the Artistic Director, Sahana Gero at email@example.com Current opportunities: […]
We have been shotlisted for the highly prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society’s ‘Learning and Participation’ award, the Oscars of the classical music world!
Title: Now’s the Time Year Recorded: 1945 Record Label: Savoy Personnel: Alto: Charlie Parker (aka ‘Bird’) Trumpet: Miles Davis Piano: Dizzy Gillespie (he’s also a great trumpet player) Drums: Max Roach Bass: Curley Russell Assignment 1 Solidify the melody on your instrument. Do this by singing with the track and putting it on your instrument […]
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
General Information & Term Dates NOTICES • Thursday 29 June and Thursday 6 July there will be no classical violin lessons with Harriet Term Dates » Discontinue lessons with us » New Students World Heart Beat Welcome Pack » Registration form » Grade Exams NEXT EXAM DATE: Saturday 8th July (ABRSM Exams) Trinity Exam Entry Form » Exam timetable » Upcoming […]
World Heart Beat Music Hour is hosted by The World Heart Beat Music Academy and their young musicians. The program explores music across the genres and from all music cultures, focusing both on established, mainstream players and on the new generation of younger artists. It also features the various projects and concerts at World Heart […]
Watch our Brazilian-inspired flash mob here! Be prepared for an incredible surprise from World Heart Beat Music Academy. Our young talented musicians bring the Brazilian Carnival to Southside Shopping Centre in London.
Learn to play the Brazilian Guitar at World Heart Beat Music Academy in London!
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.
Read the World Heart Beat Charter >> “Thank you very much for the copy of the latest newsletter. The Academy has had a great season, performing at diverse events and showcasing the talent to an ever increasing audience. I hope to be able to make time over the next semester to see the academy perform. […]
The World Heart Beat Music Academy is a Shangri-La for music, drawing in eminent musicians from around the world who nurture the talent of children and young people from 0-24 years old. The diverse programmes World Heart Beat offers tap into the vibrancy of music in all its forms.
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.
Thanks to the Jack Petchey Organisation, we were able to take advantage of the Vlogstar Challenge workshop in which 10 of our students were invited to spend a day at YouTube and now 2 of our students are in the finals at BAFTA.
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We have been enjoying the Brazilian vibe here at World Heart Beat Music Academy as we were delighted to welcome back Almir Pessoa and Pepe Barcellos, two of the Brazilian musicians we formed a strong bond with through the Brazilian Music and Culture programme we were involved in last year.
Recordings of the tunes learned in class for the Celtic Fiddle players to listen to.
We were honoured to welcome Sushil Dade to the Academy, a former member of the Soup Dragons and current producer of BBC 3’s Jazz Lineup. Sushil gave our students an insight into what it’s like to work behind the scenes on a BBC radio station.
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.