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‘Together We Go Forward’ – a celebration of International Jazz Day

World Heart Beat presents a concert in celebration of Jazz – on Friday 30th April 2021

In partnership with the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy (JJJA), World Heart Beat Music Academy, proudly presents ‘Together We Go Forward’. This celebratory jazz concert has a line-up featuring some of London’s most exciting young jazz musicians. Be sure to join us – the concert will be live streamed on World Heart Beat Music Academy’s YouTube channel.    

This year, 2021, marks the 10th anniversary of International Jazz Day. This global movement to celebrate jazz, brings countries and communities together, and highlights music’s role in encouraging dialogue; combating discrimination; and promoting human dignity. The annual jazz event reaches over 2 billion people globally, across all seven continents, including Antarctica.   

Tune in for some exceptional jazz playing…

Enjoy the wonderful jazz music Chick Corea, Charlie Parker and much more. Our talented musicians include Josiah Wade, Jas Kayser (drums) Ezekiel Ajie (bass) James Wade-Sired (trombone) and Ava Joseph (voice).

Don’t miss out! Click below to join us! If you’d like to support our academy and musicians, feel free to ‘buy us a coffee’ at ko-fi.com

World Heart Beat and JJJA – a truly creative partnership…

The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy and World Heart Beat Music Academy are intertwined – their partnership helps secure the shared enrichment and creation of more well-rounded musicians. World Heart Beat students follow specialist jazz programmes at JJJA, and JJJA students expand their experience in classical music, orchestra and band performances, as well as mentoring opportunities. 

World Heart Beat’s jazz programme is spearheaded by the exemplary work of internationally renowned British jazz musicians, including pianist Trevor Watkis, saxophonist Tony Kofi and trumpeter Byron Wallen all of whom are part of the founding faculty of JJJA. Jazz vocalist Cleveland Watkiss MBE provides mentoring and masterclasses to World Heart Beat students on a regular basis.

The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy (JJJA) – under the artistic direction of internationally renowned jazz pianist, composer and World Heart Beat Patron Julian Joseph – welcomes aspiring young jazz musicians, aged 9-24 years, all year round. The Academy offers talented young instrumentalists and vocalists an amazing opportunity to work with some of the world’s top jazz musicians – developing their creative talents and performance skills, through exploring the American roots of Jazz. 


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