Beatie Wolfe's Story So Far...
Beatie Wolfe has been hailed as the definition of a 21st century artist. Beatie's career has taken her from being the artist who pioneered the "World's First" 3D Interactive Album App - which led to a global tour with Apple - to Official British Ambassador for Creativity & Innovation (Britain is GREAT). While also being PopJam's star musician channel with an audience of half a million kids to Musical Director of a compelling research project looking at the Power of Music for people living with dementia. Beatie's musical mentor is 9-time Grammy Award winner Wynton Marsalis.
Beatie's shows range from Ronnie Scott's to the Roundhouse, the Marquee Club to Chevening House, a residency with Punchdrunk in New York and featuring at festivals from Secret Garden Party in the UK to Wassaic in the US.
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Beatie Wolfe Live
NEXT SHOW - Featured by Urban Explorer + Ham&High
Beatie Wolfe & The Pack return to Hampstead's Rosslyn Hill Chapel on Tuesday the 2nd of June for an intimate concert in this hidden gem, famed for its natural acoustics. This will be the last date in London before Beatie heads to the USA via Liverpool, Manchester & Munich.
DOORS 19h00 ● STAGE 19h20 ● CLOSE 21h00
Live Shows Highlights
UK: Ronnie Scott's, Jazz Cafe, 606 Club, Kensington Roof Gardens, The Roundhouse, The Marquee Club, Arts Club, Cecil Sharp House, Regent Street Apple Theatre in London, WIRED's Creative Salon, Chevening House; The Stables in Buckinghamshire; Secret Garden Party; Hare&Hounds in Birmingham
USA: Sleep No More, SoHo Apple Theatre, Rockwood Music Hall, The Living Room, Cornelia Street Cafe & Pete's Candy Store in New York; Hotel Utah in San Francisco; Villa Jenkins & Lestat's in San Diego; Boylston's Apple Store & Berklee's 939 in Boston
DEU: Berlin Apple Theatre; CeBIT in Hanover; Leading Aviation Conference & Nochtspeicher in Hamburg.
Italy: Rocca Di Campiglia.
Power of Music & Dementia
The Power of Music & Dementia research tour ran for 4-months with the aim to objectively prove the power of music for those living with dementia. What sets this study apart is that Beatie Wolfe's music, which was not connected to memory or childhood, was used to facilitate meaningful connections with breakthrough results as documented by Spirit of Creation. The findings appear in three parts: documentary (below), data & testimonials.
Kids Wish for the World - Children's Charity Single
Beatie Wolfe and Kids sing their Wishes for the World in this 2015 Charity Single with the proceeds going to NSPCC's ChildLine and War Child - Order yours from: iTunes, Google Play & Amazon or make a Donation below. Press Highlights - Include: MTV News to CITV, Evening Standard to The Sun, BBC Radio to Smooth FM...
‘Kids Wish for the World’ is a re-recording of Beatie Wolfe's song ‘Wish,’ which features 10 children singing their own Wish for the World following a competition on Michael Acton Smith's (Moshi Monsters) breakthrough children’s social media platform PopJam. In two days, the competition received 20,000 responses. Beatie chose ten finalists to record their wishes as part of the single and star in the music video.
"Wish" is a celebratory song about the collective wishes that unite us
"Never Ever" is an upbeat ukulele-led love song with bittersweet lyrics
"Make it Up" is a poetic ballad about having faith in times of darkness
"Lied" is a brooding song about the allure of deception in relationships