World Heart Beat Music Academy welcomes you to a truly magical online Christmas Concert consisting of two special, live-streamed performances filmed from our academy direct into your living room.
Audiences will enjoy this festive, one-of-a-kind concert which will feature Christmas classics, themes from the Nutcracker, Jazz, New Orleans through to charming Celtic Fiddles.
Expect some Harry Connick Jr, Joni Mitchell and Alicia Keys to bring a smile to your face and encourage a sing along this Christmas time!
Featuring World Heart Beat students from aged four to 25 years, the Christmas concert will be available to music fans around the world as a family-friendly virtual concert.
Ticket which cost £2 gives you online entry to both performances via YouTube links in your TicketSource booking confirmation.
We would be very grateful, if possible, to please make a Christmas donation to support our World Heart Beat’s Global Giving BE THERE campaign.
This supports young people, especially those living in challenging circumstances, to continue their music learning during the coronavirus crisis.
World Heart Beat Music Academy provides personal development for children and young people from low income and disadvantaged backgrounds, living in Wandsworth and the surrounding boroughs.
Every week 350 students aged 4-25 years participate in a programme from grassroots to early-career level, learning and performing music from a breadth of music genres.
This includes Jazz, Asian, Brazilian, Celtic, Eastern European, Gospel, Gypsy, Latin & Reggae music.
It runs workshops with schools and community groups, and performances at local festivals and music venues.
Half its students receive full or partial bursaries to attend our academy and free instruments.
#worldheartbeatathome lockdown music videos here: https://worldheartbeat.org/lockdown-video-fundraiser/
For further information on World Heart Beat, please visit www.worldheartbeat.org Date: Saturday 19th December and Sunday 20th December Time: 6.30pm Price: £2 each, available at www.ticketsource.co.uk /whb
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