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Home is where the Heart is – A Celebration of the Arts and Expression

IAXA Global is pleased to present its inaugural event and Charity Fundraiser. "Home is where the Heart is." A Celebration of the Arts and Expression." All artists are performing for free and all profits will be donated to charity. Please join us and our company of Prima and Principal Ballet Dancers, Concert Pianists, Pop Stars, Award Wining Film Directors, Authors and Artists for a one-off performance of "Home is where the Heart is. " Our Celebration of the Arts and Expression. Our unique story travels Four Continents telling of beauty in the face of total destruction, love that surpasses the boundaries of life and death, bravery in the face of systemic political and corporate corruption and the personal struggle of coming to terms with intra-ethnic racism and severe and terminal disability. Families and Children welcome.

  • 10th July 2022
  • 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

IAXA Global is pleased to present its inaugural event.

 

“Home is where the Heart is.”

A Celebration of the Arts and Expression.

 

Please join our company of internationally acclaimed Prima and Principal Ballet Dancers, Concert Pianists, Pop Stars, Award Wining Film Directors, Authors and Artists for a one-off performance of “Home is where the Heart is. ” Our Celebration of the Arts and Expression.

Our unique story travels Four Continents telling of beauty in the face of total destruction, love that surpasses the boundaries of life and death, bravery in the face of systemic political and corporate corruption and the personal struggle of coming to terms with intra-ethnic racism and severe and terminal disability.

We are delighted to present a unique multi-art form cast comprising :

 

Dimitri Skvortsov, Photographer, presenting Photos from Odessa.

Yen Han, Artistic Director of Yen Han Ballet Productions and the former Prima Ballerina Zurich Ballet and Opera House for 27 years.

Jorge Garcia Perez, Principal Dancer of Theater of Basel and former Soloist of the Zurich Ballet.

Richard Justin Fields, Julliard and former Principal Pianist and Performer with the Zurich Ballet and Opera and Jose Limon Dance Company NYC performing his own compositions “Old Radio Song” and “Anthem”.

 

Peter Straker, Coroner turned Author, presenting “The Unforgiving Minute”.

Sohrab Kavir, multi-award-winning Film Director, presenting “Duchenne Boys”.

Shweta Aggarwal, Author, presenting “The Black Rose”.

 

Young Athena, rising Soul and Hip Hop star.

Claudillea, Pop and Opera singer that drove Will.i.am crazy on The Voice.

 

And we’re working on a couple of surprise guests….

 

I do hope you enjoy this unique and one-off performance and may be inspired to support aspiring artists and the natural environment by donating to our first Fundraiser.

 

Daniel Toole

Founder and Evergreen Patron

IAXA Global and The IAXA Foundation

 

Polite request:

Since this is a charity fundraiser if you opt to donate rather than purchase tickets PLEASE DONATE MORE THAN THE FACE VALUE OF THE TICKET.

Tickets range from £10-50 depending on seating location.

There are only 25 free tickets. As we would like to make the event accessible to all socio-economic demographies, please do not take a free ticket if you can afford to pay for one.

All artists are performing for free and all proceeds net costs (e.g. concert hall hire) will go to charity.

More information on what your donations could fund below.

 

Who we are and what we do:

IAXA Global is a TV, Film and Music company. We support, acquire and develop Content and Artists that have something to say. We are here to give outlet to:

Stories that Should be Told.

Voices that Need to be Heard.

We protect our Artists and give them a platform for growth , expression and commercialisation. And we exist to serve our global Audience.

We fund our Foundation on an evergreen basis from IAXA Global, as established and structurally embedded by our Founder.

 

Our charitable focus, aims and approach

The IAXA Foundation’s aims are to support:

– the environment and conservation;

– the Arts, education and entertainment;

– the under-privileged, the disadvantaged and the under-represented.

 

We aim to be primarily a grant giving organisation.

We aim to both fund and amplify our impact in our chosen areas of philanthropy by working in partnership with others and mobilising complimentary funding.

We appreciate your support.

 

Our initial programmes

Some of the initial Programmes we are aiming to support include:

 

– graduate scholarships for the Cambridge University Faculty of Music;

– graduate scholarships for the Cambridge University Faculty of Biological Sciences;

– outreach scholarships for potential Cambridge undergraduates from disadvantaged or under-represented backgrounds;

– educational attainment and music support programmes in underprivileged areas of London;

– educational support material for underprivileged children in Africa.

 

….. more details to follow and during the Show.

 

Thank you and how you can help

We appreciate any and all donations, pledges or offers of support or services in kind around both these Programmes and our Foundation themes. We know times are tough so we are grateful for any offers of finance, support or services in kind. If you would like to contribute in any way do let us know. And remember no matter how tough things get, there is always someone more needy…

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Did you know?

A staggering 121 affiliates of the University of Cambridge have been awarded the Nobel Prize since 1904