May 13th, celebrating the significance of Nelson Mandela, the value of all people in society and to celebrate through diversity that even a single person can have significant impact on the world which we live in.
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We are looking to bring together a Development Board to advise, steer and launch a capital campaign to fund a purpose built, permanent home for the World Heart Beat Music Academy
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.
Thursday 1st May, 7.30pm, Maestro Arts Gallery, Milliners House, Eastfields Avenue, London SW18 1LP
“Thank you once again for the great performance and fantastic music experience you and your students made possible for all of our guests!” – Riccardo, Marketing & Communication Manager GUCCI Timepieces & Jewelry
A great programme of works inspired around Martin Luther King’s legacy and what he stood for, in this 50th Anniversary of his Iconic Speech. 13th December 2013.
4min video profiling the work of the World Heart Beat Music Academy
An exciting evening of music showcasing the variety, energy and dedication that the students of the World Heart Beat Music Academy thrive on.
Saturday April 27th, 2013. Aziza Brahim personifies the new voice of the Sahraouis. She is amazing. Here is the chance to experience Saharawi music as it should be heard.
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Founder of the World Heart Beat Music Academy Sahana Gero attends the Women of the Year Award Ceremony invited for significant contribution for improving children’s lives through music.
We were extremely privileged to have our First Art Exhibition of the Academy. Lella Russo has been a long time friend and contributor behind the scenes.
We had 10 candidates take our first set of World Heart Beat Tabla exams.