Peter Broderick, Douglas Dare, and Michael Price will be joining forces on March 28 for an evening of intimate piano performances at London's Courtyard Theatre as we prepare to celebrate Piano Day, an unofficial holiday created by Nils Frahm on the 88th day of the year.
This event is particularly special to everyone here at Erased Tapes due to the involvement of World Heart Beat Music Academy, a non-profit organisation which works tirelessly in providing music tutoring and education to disadvantaged children across London. 100% of proceeds from the concert will go towards the purchase of a much-needed piano for World Heart Beat and help facilitate them in continuing such a vital and worthwhile cause.
In 2009, the charity converted a disused warehouse in Chelsea into a music academy which is now home to 4 studios, a recording studio, radio studio and performance space, hosting more than 300 young musicians each week. Due to high demand, World Heart Beat have opened a second space in the refurbished Ramport Studios in Battersea. The building has a rich past as a recording studio which was once owned by The Who. Other artists who have recorded there include Supertramp, Judas Preist, Brian Ferry, and The Sex Pistols.
We're proud to support an organisation undertaking a cause as vital as this and excited to curate an evening of live music which celebrates Piano Day. Visit the event page here to dontate what you can