Our wonderful contemporary band class runs on a Friday from 5.30-6.30 (intermediate class) and 7.30-8.30 (advanced class). Led by the talented vocalist and guitarist Sian Kelly, this class gives an opportunity for young musicians to showcase their skills and come together to learn how to perform the pieces they all love. Keyboard/piano players, bassists, […]
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Some of our musicians had the great opportunity of taking part in a Celtic Irish music workshop. Many had never taken part in this genre of music before, so it was an enriching experience where they could learn new music by ear, unlike in classical music. Miranda […]
On the 17th July World Heart Beat had the wonderful experience of having a workshop with the inspirational British film composer Alex Heffes. His film scores include those for the BAFTA-winning Touching the Void, and Oscar-winning movies One Day in September, The Last King of Scotland, and Inside Job. Heffes was nominated for the Golden […]
Directed by Michael Csányi-Wills and supported by Laci Olah, it has really wonderful vibe and tremendously enjoyable, our orchestra is a brilliant opportunity for young musicians to immerse themselves in the classical orchestral world. Michael Csányi-Wills is an award winning composer, pianist and conductor and has written works ranging from chamber music to […]
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.
Learn to play the Brazilian Guitar at World Heart Beat Music Academy in London!
Come and join this distinctive choir with inventive grooves, improvisation and completely original material.
The relaxed, playful and musically-rich environment at these classes creates opportunities for babies, infants and toddlers to observe, explore, engage and process in their own ways.
Monday 15th May: Songwriting Masterclasses with widely acclaimed Canadian born songwriter and singer, Tammy Weis, nominated for London Jazz Vocalist of the Year.
This is an industry-recognised qualification which centres around creating opportunities for employment in the creative industries. It is a dynamic program which encourages students to use their creativity and valuable skills in leadership e.g. teaching or planning a concert as well as performing and learning themselves.
This is for any instrumentalist who is Grade 3 – Diploma standard and would like to learn to improvise and learn the Jazz vocabulary.
Sunday 11th November 2012, 10am-5pm. Experienced musicians, aged 12-18, had the rare chance to work with Julian Joseph and top Jazz musicians.
Learn an instrument through the power and groove of reggae music. Junior Reggae Band 9-11 4-4.45pm. Main Reggae band 4.45-6.45pm.