World Heart Beat
Bringing Cheer to Care Homes

Bringing Festive Cheer to Care Homes

Our Christmas Concert

Christmas Concert — streamed LIVE on 22nd December at 2.30pm

As part of Artists n Residents Christmas Box Programme, World Heart Beat will spread festive cheer by streaming our Christmas Concert direct into care homes across the country.

Featuring a mix of the usual festive classics, we will also highlight songs by Otis Redding, Joni Mitchell and Harry Connick Jnr. — plus charming performances of children playing the Celtic Fiddle. 

The concert will stream on Tuesday 22nd December, at 2.30pm — watch out for full details to come.

Artists ’n Residents

Setup by Jennie Muskett (musician) and Nick Cohen (Head of Production at World Heart Beat), Artists ’n Residents tackles the loneliness and difficult conditions found in UK care homes due to COVID-19. Jennie’s father (also a musician) is in a care home and was deeply saddened by the lack of visitors, day trips and live music during lockdown. To address this, every Wednesday, Artists ’n Residents bring the joy of live music direct from the homes of the country’s top musicians, straight to care home residents. 

The musicians generously giving these concerts would normally be performing in the world’s top concert halls or recording film scores for Hollywood blockbusters. With concert halls and music venues currently closed, they are now performing especially for care homes all over the UK. 

Calling Care Homes…

Get your free tickets and join the party. If you work at a care home, or have an elderly relative or friend in one, and would like the residents to enjoy these live performances and Christmas Concerts, follow the link below for details.

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