Thanks to the generosity of the 606 Club and Julian Joseph Trio, we were able to hold a fantastic fundraising Jazz concert on 4th July.
The fantastic charity Guitar Giving recently donated us two beautiful acoustic guitars for our young guitar players to use. We are immensely grateful for this donation – the new guitars have already proven popular with our young guitarists on Friday evenings!
World Heart Beat Music Hour is hosted by The World Heart Beat Music Academy and their young musicians. Presented by Julia Back, 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 […]
We are proud to be offering 2 concerts in this most prestigious festival
We were invited to play in the Bank of America for their ‘charity Christmas calls day’. Flute students from the WHB academy of over grade 6 standard provided the music for the day.
Sunday 11th November 2012, 10am-5pm. Experienced musicians, aged 12-18, had the rare chance to work with Julian Joseph and top Jazz musicians.
We are proud to announce that one of our clarinettists Ranjeev Singh Grewall is among the 11 finalists for the Wandsworth Young Performer competition.
Boris Purushottama Grebenshikov, world reknowned musician, composer of over 500 recorded singles is working with the World Heart Beat Music Academy, alongside musicians Sheema Mukherjee, Alok Verma, Daisy Chute and students of Southfields Community College.
97.5% achieving merit or distinction and 61.5% achieving grade 5 or above between the ages of 10-14, a grade 5 is considered the equivilent of a GCSE.
During the summer term The World Heart Beat Music Academy entered a total of 75 children in for Trinity Guildhall and Associated Board exams, with 24 children taking over grade 5- Grade 5-Diploma.
“The tiny music school that captured Hollywood’s heart.”
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.