Wandsworth music school performs virtual concert for schools and orphans

A school for musicians of all ages and abilities will raise money for orphans and schools with an online concert.

 World Heart Beat Music Academy’s Virtual Gala Concert, in partnership with charity Music for Liberia, will be live streamed via Facebook on Friday 31st Julyat 7pm featuring musicians from the US, UK, and Liberia.

The performances will be by young musicians and alumni of World Heartbeat Music Academy, based in Kimber Road, Wandsworth.

There will also be students from Music for Liberia’s beneficiariesincluding the Agape National Academy of Music (ANAM), Cachelle International Creative Arts Center and Mother Blessing’s Home

A special guest will be pianist Ric’key Pageot (Steinway Artist, Madonna’s Madame X Tour) and World Heart Beat’s very own piano teacher Kamilla Arku, who is also Music for Liberia founder and director.

The concert will raise money to support children in Liberia through education and creative arts provision, funding sponsorships, supporting rural schools and providing accommodation for ebola orphans.

The event will be live streamed via World Heart Beat’s Facebook page. Please do help support this wonderful charity by pledging a donation when you tune into watch!

More than one hundred young people (aged 5 – 25 years) from the award-winning charity have already come together to produce their own lockdown music video #worldheartbeatathome.

Students chose Stevie Wonder’s legendary and uplifting classic ‘Another Star’ for the #worldheartbeatathome performance, the first project of its kind for the academy.



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One thought on “Wandsworth music school performs virtual concert for schools and orphans

  • 8 August 2020 at 05:06

    How good it is to have music performed to the ones who need comfort in the difficult times of the coronavirus and covid-19 crisis going on globally. Let us hope and pray for the world to return to its normal so that we can all get together and give the warm hugs that we have all been longing for.


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