I am honoured to play with the World Harmony Orchestra and to assist the director, Romain Malan, with the planning of concerts.

The World Harmony Orchestra is an ensemble of professional international musicians based in London, who come from all over the world. They perform for peace and humanitarian causes, raising funds and awareness for charities.

Since its creation in July 2016 the Orchestra has performed 19 times in an array of historical and symbolic venues such as the Museum of Immigration and Diversity, Grande-Synthe refugee camp in France, Folkestone beach, the Dutch Church, the Actor's Church, Islington Town Hall and the Royal Academy of Arts.

We have collaborated with charities including Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants, Amnesty International UK, Core Arts mental health charity and We Make Change.

The latest concert 'Springs of Humanity' featured nine songwriters performing their songs with the Orchestra, arranged by Romain Malan at the quirky Islington Metal Works. It was a huge success and a CD has just been released. Please visit the website to find out more!

Folkestone Beach for World Peace Day 2016

Photography: Erretega

Grande Synthe 'Palais du Littoral':

concert in solidarity with refugees

Photography: Erretega